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Golf Course Rating and Slope

Tee Par Length Rating Slope
Black 72 7,099 yards 74.0 130
Blue 72 6,633 yards 72.0 126
White 72 6,149 yards 69.0 122
Gold (W) 72 5,594 yards 72.0 115
Red (W) 72 4,888 yards 72.0 114

Scorecard

HOLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOTAL
BLACK 74.2/132 388 573 195 398 434 231 418 446 517 3600 402 530 412 199 474 350 223 497 414 3501 7101
BLUE 72.0/127 361 544 170 364 408 215 404 419 496 3381 383 511 391 179 447 317 204 491 387 3310 6691
WHITE 69.7/124 332 515 145 334 381 187 369 400 465 3128 356 493 359 155 432 300 179 447 366 3087 6215
GOLD 67.1/115 289 494 121 293 335 164 334 360 444 2834 328 466 329 131 380 262 156 421 320 2793 5627
HDCP 15 9 17 13 3 7 5 1 11   8 12 4 18 2 16 10 14 6    
                                           
PAR 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4 5 36 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 5 4 36 72
                                           
GOLD 72.5/125 289 494 121 293 335 164 334 360 444 2834 328 466 329 131 380 262 156 421 320 2793 5627
RED 67.6/113 252 462 95 262 303 111 291 321 403 2500 287 428 278 92 348 226 106 372 285 2422 4922
LADIES PAR 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4 5 36 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 5 4 36 72
LADIES HDCP 13 3 17 11 5 15 9 1 7   10 4 6 18 2 14 16 8 12    

Course Tour

Hole 1 Par 4

With bunkers guarding the left and right sides of the fairway, this solid par 5 requires a fairly accurate tee shot. Whether going for it in two or not, accuracy and trajectory are key on the second shot to reach the lay-up area or the green which is guarded by deep bunker.

Handicap
Men's - #15 | Women's - #13
Yardage
252 | 289 | 332 | 361 | 388

Hole 2 Par 5

Aim your drive at the mounds to the right side of the fairway-side sand trap. Your second shot should favor the left side to skirt the strategically placed fairway bunker. A relatively short iron to an undulating green is all that remains.

Handicap
Men's - #9 | Women's - #3
Yardage
462 | 494 | 515 | 544 | 573

Hole 3 Par 3

Club selection is critical to this deceptively long and narrow green. Most shots landing inside the mounds will kick toward the putting surface.

Handicap
Men's - #17 | Women's - #7
Yardage
95 | 121 | 145 | 170 | 195

Hole 4 Par 4

The mound to the right side of the left-handed fairway-side trap is the target for your drive. This gives the best angle for approaching the small, tightly trapped green.

Handicap
Men's - #13 | Women's - #11
Yardage
262 | 293 | 334 | 364 | 398

Hole 5 Par 4

A drive in the center of the fairway is important here to not make the second shot too long or be blocked out by the trees at the corner. Over this green means difficulty or disaster.

Handicap
Men's - #3 | Women's - #5
Yardage
303 | 335 | 361 | 408 | 434

Hole 6 Par 3

Don't let the beauty of the framing oaks, pines and palms distract you. Although slightly downhill, the hole takes a shot with sufficient carry because your ball is unlikely to roll much after it lands.

Handicap
Men's - #7 | Women's - #15
Yardage
111 | 164 | 187 | 215 | 231

Hole 7 Par 4

A straight hole which requires your drive staying out of the giant live oak trees and avoiding traps guarding both sides of this green.

Handicap
Men's - #5 | Women's - #9
Yardage
291 | 334 | 369 | 404 | 418

Hole 8 Par 4

The length of this hole and the effect of the prevailing wind demands a long tee and second shot. A generous landing area coupled with a large green allows for aggressive tee and fairway shots.

Handicap
Men's - #1 | Women's - #1
Yardage
321 | 360 | 400 | 419 | 446

Hole 9 Par 5

A picturesque, tree-framed finish for your first nine holes. Aim your drive to the left of the two sand traps to be safe. Your second shot should be played into the narrow fairway to the right of the tree traps.

Handicap
Men's - #11 | Women's - #7
Yardage
403 | 444 | 465 | 496 | 517

Hole 10 Par 4

Everything is in plain view on this tree bordered hole. The green has three surrounding sand traps, but is more open from the right side of the fairway. Check the location of the pin before hitting your approach to this kidney-shaped green.

Handicap
Men's - #8 | Women's - #10
Yardage
287 | 328 | 356 | 383 | 402

Hole 11 Par 5

Length off the tee and an accurate second shot are the keys to this hole. The green is elevated so be sure your approach shot is hit with adequate distance.

Handicap
Men's - #8 | Women's - #10
Yardage
428 | 466 | 493 | 511 | 530

Hole 12 Par 4

Oak trees to the left side of the fairway require a drive to the center or right side. Caution - water lurks in front and behind the green!

Handicap
Men's - #4 | Women's - #6
Yardage
327 | 358 | 392 | 411 | 439

Hole 13 Par 3

Water frames both sides of this scenic par-three demanding a smooth and relaxed swing - with confidence!

Handicap
Men's - #18 | Women's - #18
Yardage
92 | 131 | 155 | 179 | 199

Hole 14 Par 4

An uphill tee shot and a long second shot make this the most challenging hole on the course. Driving to the center or slightly left of center of the fairway will shorten your second shot considerably. Just don't try to cut the dogleg too close.

Handicap
Men's - #2 | Women's - #2
Yardage
348 | 380 | 432 | 447 | 474

Hole 15 Par 4

Placement of your drive is essential on this picturesque hole or you will likely be playing your second from sand. With the shortness of the hole and tightness of the landing area, leaving your driver in the bag might be the smart play. A short, accurate second shot is required to this closely sand-guarded green.

Handicap
Men's - #16 | Women's - #14
Yardage
226 | 262 | 300 | 317 | 350

Hole 16 Par 3

The pin placement affects the strategy on this hole. If it's on the left side between the front and rear traps, either a perfect tee shot is demanded or a right-to-left shot desirable.

Handicap
Men's - #10 | Women's - #16
Yardage
106 | 156 | 179 | 204 | 223

Hole 17 Par 5

A long tee shot must be threaded between fairway-side sand traps. Then a second shot from the right side offers the best approach angle to the small, contoured green with two green-side traps.

Handicap
Men's - #14 | Women's - #8
Yardage
372 | 421 | 447 | 491 | 497

Hole 18 Par 4

A left-to-right tee shot can avoid the fairway-side sand trap and follow around the dogleg. The final hole offers maximum playing interest with minimal difficulty. A definite birdie hole to finish out your match.

Handicap
Men's - #6 | Women's - #12
Yardage
285 | 320 | 366 | 387 | 414