Our Course

Take a virtual tour through all 18 holes of our course.

Hole #1


Picturesque par 5 starting hole.  Brook meanders down the entire left side crossing the fairway 100 yards from the green, giving golfers the option of laying up or going for the green.

Hole #2



Slight dog-leg left par 4. Tee shots should favor the left side of the fairway to avoid the brook that runs along the right side. Extra club is needed on your approach shot to an elevated green.  Par is a good score.

Hole #3



Uphill par 3 with a long deep green. Club selection is important; a back pin may require 2 extra clubs.

Hole #4



Short par 4 with OB left and a pond that you must carry on the tee shot. A good tee shot leaves a wedge approach into the green.

Hole #5



Strong par 4 slight dog-leg left. Longer hitters will be left with a mid to short iron into the green that is protected by a false front, long leaves a difficult up and down. Take par and run.

Hole #6




Long par 3 to an elevated green with OB left. Short left leaves and easier par chance. Overshooting this undulating green leaves a near impossible up and down.

Hole #7




#1 handicap hole: Long par 5 dog-leg left, fairway slopes left to right off the tee. Your second shot is a lay up with a mid to long iron, this hole is not reachable in 2 for most golfers.

Hole #8




Downhill drivable par 4 great risk/reward for bigger hitters. Shorter hitters will be left with a short iron or wedge into this narrow green. Great birdie opportunity!

Hole #9




Bring your “A” game to this challenging tee-shot. Fairway slopes from right to left leaving you with an uneven lie. A well struck tee shot leaves anything from mid to short iron into this challenging green with a false front.

Hole #10




A 3 shot par 5. A 230 tee shot will leave you just short of the brook that crosses the fairway. Lay up with a mid iron to leave a short iron approach to a well guarded green.

Hole #11




Picturesque Signature par 3 over water that requires a long to mid-iron into a green that is sloped from back to front.

Hole #12




Short par 4 ranked as the easiest hole on the golf course. Stay away from the trees right and OB left and you will have a simple short iron into a green that slopes from left to right.

Hole #13




One of the more challenging holes on the course. A dog-leg left that warrants a right to left shot off the tee. From the fairway you will be left with a mid iron, to a green guarded by a left front bunker.

Hole #14




Par 4 that plays slightly up hill. A good tee-shot to the middle-left of the fairway will provide a better angle to the green, leaving a mid to short iron approach.

Hole #15




Par 5 Long hitters will have a chance to clear the brook that splits the fairway 230 yards from the tee. All others will play this as a 3 shot hole. Laying up short of the left fairway bunker will give you a sand wedge into a slightly elevated green.

Hole #16




Par 4 that requires a wise club selection on this demanding tee-shot. The fairway slopes hard left to right and runs out about 230 yards to a brook that winds its way throughout the back 9. Once again your approach shot is to an elevated green requiring a pin point iron shot. The green is guarded by bunkers left front and right.

Hole #17




A slight dogleg  Par 4 that has a blind tee shot with a fairway that slopes down hill left to right. A good tee shot leaves the player with a short iron approach to a green that slopes away from the player.

Hole #18




Long par 3 plays slightly up hill. Add at least one club to your tee-shot into this 2 tiered green. The front of the green is guarded by a deep bunker.  The play is to the middle of the green, get your 2 putt and run.