Copy of 18 Hole Golf Course

Copy of 18 Hole Golf Course

Hole 2

This hole plays uphill all the way. An uphill second shot plays longer than it looks. Deep bunkers guard the right side of the green. Par here is a good score.





 
 

Hole 3

Tee shot is critical on this hole as the fairway slopes severely to the left. Second shot should be a mid to long iron to a two tiered green.



 
 
 

Hole 4

This par 3 requires a precise tee shot to carry a marshy, wetland area to a wide but narrow green. Take enough club or you will be using the designated drop area to the left of the green.



 
 
 

Hole 5

This hole has everything a golf hole can have, except for length. Wetlands and bunkers guard the left, and trees and wetlands guard the right. A well placed tee shot to the left of center will help avoid the large tree on the right, and the wetlands in the front on the 2nd shot.



 
 

Hole 6

Out of bounds along the entire right side can spell disaster on this hole. The fairway slopes towards the wetlands on the left, so be careful. The 2nd shot will be a long iron over a wetland area. Par on this hole will be a nice reward.




 
 

Hole 7

This is the shortest par 4 on the frontside, but be careful. Tee shot must be straight and the 2nd shot must clear a natural wetland to a two tiered green. Birdies are a possibility here.



 
 

Hole 8

This three shot par 5 is uphill till you get to the green. Ideal lay-up shot will leave you on the right side of the fairway to avoid a deep bunker in front of the green for your 3rd shot.



 
 

Hole 9

This par 3 will require you to hit the green with your tee shot or take the consequences. Two ponds guard the left side and two bunkers guard the right side and rear of the green.




 

 
 

Hole 10

Favor the left side of the fairway on your tee shot to avoid the 6 acre lake. The second shot must be precise to avoid a small stream and a bunker in front of the green.



 
 

Hole 12

For those who hit a good drive past the directional flag, it could be possible to get home in two. The majority of golfers will need three shots to have a chance at birdie.



 
 

Hole 13

This par 3 plays uphill all the way, so take an extra club. Bunkers to the rear and left, and mounding to the right can spell trouble for an errant tee shot.



 
 

Hole 14

A solid tee shot is required to reach the top of the hill to have a view of the green. A second shot with a short to mid iron must be precise to this large two tiered green.



 
 

Hole 15

A solid tee shot is required to reach the top of the hill to have a view of the green. A second shot with a short to mid iron must be precise to this large two tiered green.



 
 

Hole 18

The ideal tee shot will be down the left side in close proximity to the fairway bunkers. The mid to short iron approach into the green will need to be precise, due to a bunker that encircles the entire rear portion of the green.