Hole Descriptions

HOLE 1 – Par 4

Graham & Robbie: Dogleg left. Target is between 150 marker and distant light pole. Approach is to a cooperative, very elevated green.

Black: 400 | Yellow: 385
White: 366 | Red: 350
Handicap: 11

HOLE 2 – Par 5

Old Mill: Dogleg right. Play for position with tee shot. Laying-up left, inside the 150 marker, will avoid an approach over bunkers.

Black: 552 | Yellow: 525
White: 525 | Red: 395
Handicap: 5

HOLE 3 – Par 3

The Challenge: Middle iron is suggested for tee shot. Short is better than left or right. Wind is often a determining factor.

Black: 197 | Yellow: 184
White: 150 | Red: 140
Handicap: 9

HOLE 4 – Par 4

The Namesake: Dogleg right. Risk takers shoot for the green. Safer approach is to hit a low iron to within 100 yards, leaving an easy wedge approach to the green.

Black: 321 | Yellow: 321
White: 290 | Red: 258
Handicap: 17

HOLE 5 – Par 3

The Lookout: Short iron off tee is recommended. Wind coming off Mill River can carry weakly hit ball into the pond fronting the green.

Black: 160 | Yellow: 150
White: 119 | Red: 99
Handicap: 13

HOLE 6 – Par 5

Duncan Brothers: Straight-away par 5. Now is the time to let loose with your driver. A long wood suits second shot, leaving a long to middle iron for approach to the elevated green.

Black: 620 | Yellow: 591
White: 502 | Red: 433
Handicap: 1

HOLE 7 – Par 4

Hunters Spring: Do not hit tee shot straight. Choose left or right side. A middle to high iron is needed for approach to a very elevated green.

Black: 419 | Yellow: 379
White: 358 | Red: 303
Handicap: 3

HOLE 8 – Par 4

Hidden Nook: Dogleg right. Stay to left side of fairway with tee shot. Green is flat and receptive.

Black: 466| Yellow: 421
White: 380 | Red: 357
Handicap: 7

HOLE 9 – Par 4

The Homestead: Straight-forward par 4. Hit straight. Forward pin placement makes for a challenging approach shot.

Black: 355 | Yellow: 344
White: 344 | Red: 300
Handicap: 15

HOLE 10 – Par 5

Hernewood: Good birdie opportunity. Keeping right on tee shot will avoid tree in the middle of fairway. Attempt to reach the green in two after a strong drive.

Black: 491| Yellow: 491
White: 461 | Red: 408
Handicap: 16

HOLE 11 – Par 3

Easy Pickins: Play middle to high iron on tee shot. Right side is ideal landing zone on this tough, sloping green.

Black: 203 | Yellow: 188
White: 188 | Red: 155
Handicap: 8

HOLE 12 – Par 4

Mightly Limes: Straight wood shots off the tee are best. Avoid front right bunker on approach to the tiered green.

Black: 378 | Yellow: 363
White: 363 | Red: 304
Handicap: 12

HOLE 13 – Par 5

Aqua Bound: Dogleg left. Play low iron left of twin birches. Lay-up short of pond with middle iron. Approach is to receptive two-tiered green. Wind is a factor with front pin placement.

Black: 565 | Yellow: 551
White: 529 | Red: 479
Handicap: 2

HOLE 14 – Par 4

The Orchard: If taking a risk, stay right and hit driver over the pond. Or play safe by hitting iron to left, short of pond. Laying-up leaves a flat lie for easier approach. Green slopes from back to front.

Black: 362 | Yellow: 338
White: 338 | Red: 292
Handicap: 4

HOLE 15 – Par 4

Twin Birches: Dogleg left. Two large, distant fir trees are ideal target for tee shot. Hit less club on approach than yardage indicates. Green slopes front to back.

Black: 439 | Yellow: 423
White: 408 | Red: 326
Handicap: 6

HOLE 16 – Par 4

The Spinney: Dogleg right. Hit a wood straight away. Note yardage to prepare for a difficult approach shot. A left to right shot is an asset.

Black: 370 | Yellow: 355
White: 355 | Red: 313
Handicap: 14

HOLE 17 – Par 3

Bob’s Way: Wind is big influence here. Tee shot can vary from a middle to high iron depending on conditions.

Black: 171 | Yellow: 142
White: 142 | Red: 113
Handicap: 18

HOLE 18 – Par 4

Graham & Robbie: Dogleg left. Target is between 150 marker and distant light pole. Approach is to a cooperative, very elevated green.

Black: 416 | Yellow: 405
White: 374 | Red: 339
Handicap: 10