Course Map & Description
Hole 1 - A 324 yard par 4 with a creek 260 yards from the tee and a green protected by two green side bunkers.
Hole 2- A 360 yard par 4 with a pond down the left side of the fairway and a large pine tree guarding the approach to the large green.
Hole 3 - A 290 yard par 4 with a pond across the fairway at 195 yards. It is 250 yards to carry the pond off the tee. The prudent move is a lay up off the tee leaving a straightforward wedge shot.
Hole 4- A 350 yard par 4 requiring a maximum 200 yard shot off the tee leaving a 150 yard shot over a creek and between two huge maple trees to an elevated green.
Hole 5- A 330 yard par 4 with a pond down the right side of the fairway to an elevated large green.
Hole 6- An uphill 330 yard dog leg right has a pond across the fairway at 250 yards to a large elevated green.
Hole 7- A 279 yard straight away par 4 has a large hill to go over 180 yards from the tee making all tee shots and some approach shots to the green blind. There is one green side bunker to the right protecting the elevated green.
Hole 8 - The 152 yard par 3 has a slightly elevated green with bunkers at both the back and to the left of the green.
Hole 9 - A straight away 337 yard par 4 with a ridge about 260 yards from the tee making blind approach shots from 160 yards to 90 yards out.
Hole 10 - A 455 yard par 5 plays with a slight dog leg left, with a creek in front of the green and a pond behind the green.
Hole 11 - A 290 yard par 4 with a slight dog leg left. The elevated green is guarded by two bunkers.
Hole 12 - The 185 yard par 3 is the most challenging , with elevated tee and green. One customer has christened it "the shortest par 5 in the province."
Hole 13 - A 485 yard par 5, with a dog leg right, has the Nerepis River along the left side. The NerepisRiver to the left of the green and Douglas Brook behind the green guard against errant approach shots.
Hole 14 - A 175 yard par 3 to an elevated green. The green is long and narrow.
Hole 15 - The straight 278 yard par 4 has the intimidating Nerepis River the entire length of the fairway to the right. There is a bunker at the back of the green.
Hole 16 - A 145 yard par 3 to an elevated green. The small green is protected on the right and behind by the ever present Nerepis River.
Hole 17 - A 125 yard par 3 to a postage stamp elevated green protected to the right and behind by a pond.
Hole 18 - The 410 yard par 4 finishing hole is straight away with 2 bunkers guarding the front of the green.
Men's Slope Rating: 112 Men's Course Rating: 64.8 Men's Par: 69
Ladies Slope Rating: 122 Ladies Course Rating: 71.5 Ladies Par: 70