Course Tour

Three 9-hole courses with
distinct personality and challenges.

click on the Courses below for details on all 27 of our golf holes.



  • North Course


    • Hole #1 North

      This hole is a dogleg right par four that plays from a slightly elevated tee to a very receptive green that with a good second shot can get you started with an under par round. Aim your drive at the fairway bunker on the left side of the fairway, this will help you avoid the two large fairway bunkers on the right side. For the longer hitters you can try and carry the bunkers on the right, but make sure to avoid the fairway bunker on the left. With the addition of a new chipping area short and right of the green and a greenside bunker left of the green, your short game will be tested early if you come up short on your approach shot.


      Par: 4

      Handicap Men: 7 | Handicap Women: 6

      Championship
      432
      Back
      412
      Middle
      398
      Combined
      347
      Forward
      347

  • South Course


    • Hole #1 South

      This hole is a slight dogleg left par four and provides ample room to hit your opening tee shot. With a fairway bunker on each side of the hole you are supplied with a beautiful framed look from the tee box and your only goal is to split the bunkers. Once your drive is in play your second shot is slightly uphill to a green that has considerable slope from back to front. There is a pot bunker in front of the green surrounded by fairway that can make this a tough par if you fail to reach the green.


      Par: 4

      Handicap Men: 6 | Handicap Women: 4

      Championship
      419
      Back
      400
      Middle
      356
      Combined
      327
      Forward
      327

  • West Course


    • Hole #1 West

      The opening hole requires you to be on your game right from the start. This dogleg left par four has a large fairway bunker on the left side of the fairway that forces a player to play down the right side or try to fly the bunker. The fairway will run out down the right side if the ball is hit to far so shaping your shot right to left is preferred. Once in the fairway the second shot will require excellent distance control. The player will be hitting to a three-tier green that contains a lot of movement. There is a large bunker protecting the right side of the green and if you decide to play to the left you will still be left with a difficult chip. This is a great starting hole and will definitely require your attention.


      Par: 4

      Handicap Men: 4 | Handicap Women: 5

      Championship
      445
      Back
      422
      Middle
      378
      Combined
      348
      Forward
      348