north course

front nine.

Par 5 – Yardage

Yellow: 557 | Blue: 527 | White: 488 | Red: 427

This par 5 is reachable in two for the long hitter. A good drive leaves you a long iron or fairway wood to the large, elevated green.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 225 | Blue: 216 | White: 190 | Red: 147

Hole location will determine how long this part 3 will play. The safe play is to the middle of the putting surface. This sloping green is flanked by a deep bunker on the left side.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 461 | Blue: 437 | White: 403 | Red: 363

This long, dogleg left par 4 requires accuracy off the tee. Even though deep bunkers protect the left side of the fairway, drive the ball down the left side to set up a middle to long iron for the second shot.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 187 | Blue: 160 | White: 136 | Red: 116

Take in the scenery before you tee off here. The elevated tees make this hole play shorter than the yardage. Check the wind direction and your club selection to make sure you clear the pond protecting the green.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 360 | Blue: 345 | White: 325 | Red: 278

The shortest part 4 on the course is this slight dogleg to the left. The tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 510 | Blue: 502 | White: 490 | Red: 420

The yardage suggest a real birdie opportunity here, but watch out. Long hitters can easily reach this green in two, but to do so requires a precise tee shit played over the left corner. The safe play is a three woof off the tee, a short-iron lay-up and a pitch to the slightly elevated green,

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 427 | Blue: 400 | White: 350 | Red: 308

Avoiding the bunkers on the right side from the tee is the key to scoring well on this tough part 4. A lake on the left and two bunkers protect the green.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 448 | Blue: 415 | White: 402 | Red: 334

Hit it hard and hit it straight. Nothing tricky is needed here, just length. Bunkers surround the fairway and another guards the front left side of the green.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 413 | Blue: 390 | White: 381 | Red: 250

Tee shots require both proper distance and direction to carry the wetland on this medium length, but difficult dogleg right. The narrow landing area in front of the green requires that you make the correct club selection.

back nine.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 526 | Blue: 517 | White: 486 | Red: 390

Keep it in the short grass. We don’t recommend going for the green in two. A precise lay-up with your second shot will leave you in a good position for your approach to the small green. Avoid the tree in the middle of the fairway when you lay-up.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 420 | Blue: 394 | White: 373 | Red: 300

On this dangerous par 4, favor the right side of the fairway from the tee. A good drive will put you in a good position to attach the small green. Par is good score.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 440 | Blue: 417 | White: 388 | Red: 340

No words do this great par 4 justice. This 440-yard dogleg right features woods, water and bunkers and will expose any weakness in your game.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 158 | Blue: 149 | White: 124 | Red: 107

Don’t be deceived by this short hole. The undulating green challenges the best golfers. If the flag is back right, make sure you have enough club. If you find the deep bunker to the right of the green, you’ll face a tough up and down.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 462 | Blue: 426 | White: 376 | Red: 277

Hit it hard, and then hit it hard again. This par 4 is the second longest on the course and usually plays into the prevailing wind.

Par 5 – Yardage

Gold: 541 | Blue: 517 | White: 467 | Red: 407

There is no trouble here except for the pond, so grip it and rip it. Long hitters take a risk going for it in two. The smart play is to lay up your second shot with a mid to long-iron, then play a shirt iron to a difficult green.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 407 | Blue: 400 | White: 351 | Red: 288

This narrow landing area requires an accurate drive. Your approach is to a small green guarded by two large bunkers on the right. If you miss the green, the left side is where you will have the best chance to get up and down for par.

Par 3 – Yardage

Gold: 198 | Blue: 189 | White: 161 | Red: 118

This tough par 3 plays from elevated tees. You must find the correct level of the two-tiered green flanked by deep bunkers.

Par 4 – Yardage

Gold: 486 | Blue: 462 | White: 408 | Red: 314

This downhill, dogleg right is the longest par 4 on the course. Play your tee shot toward the middle bunker. Don’t cut too much off the right side or trees will block your approach to the green. Par is a great score on this tough finishing hole.