#1 - 424/ 390/ 345 yd. Par 4
A sharp, deep draw crosses between T-boxes and an inviting open fairway. Tree line and OB on your left and a steep decline right, makes for a long, tricky second shot to an elevated green. With it's gentle rises and a sloped front, the green will challenge. Par is excellent here!
#2 - 383/ 318 yd. Par 4
Standing on the tee, the fairway parallels the creek with a sharp gully at full drive range. Laying up before the gully, leaves a full 150 yd. shot up-hill to a narrow triangular green, with water hazard to the right and a sharp slope to the left. An extremely accurate second shot is required. One of the toughest on the course
#3 - 248/ 207 yd. Par 4
The back, elevated T-box, gives a commanding view of the natural beauty of the course! The creek, running below, must be cleared to reach the fairway. Trees, both sides, wedge to an L shaped green, bunker guarded on both sides. Left side of the green will take your ball off of the putting surface. Birdie possibilities.
#4 - 352/ 320 yd. Par 4
With the creek now running on your left, the fairway looks open and wide, but gently slopes to the creek it's entire length. Fairway bunkers on the right will require a long drive to clear. A low lying green is circled by tall poplars with a shallow draw across the front. A flat putting surface is a relief from the sidehill approach.
#5 - 469/ 431 yd. Par 5
The first of the par 5's require a straight drive, generally into prevaiing winds. OB left and the dreaded 'Mother Bunker' on the right at 225 yd. The fairway doglegs slightly right and narrows considerably, with an extreme drop (Pecover Pass) down to the creek, on the right side. A gently undulating green, pitches to the right and into heavy rough.
#6 - 132/ 120 yd. Par 3
A spectacular view of the clubhouse and a large part of the course, welcomes this short par 3. A 100 ft. drop down to a large, moderately sloped green, circled on the back side by the lovely French Creek, makes this one an absolute pleasure to play! The trail down requires extreme caution. Long shots here get wet! Putts will be drawn to the water.
#7 - 375/ 362 yd. Par 4
A fantastic T- area in the crook of the creek, is a deceiving start to the most challenging hole on the course. A dogleg right, with the creek winding along the right and heavy rough on the left, force a most accurate T shot. An elevated green, guarded by a large Spruce, makes and equally accurate second shot an essential. The small green is backed by a steep bank and slopes to the front and side. Par is excellent!
#8 - 190/ 145 yd. Par 3
It's all about the green on this tough par 3. OB is tight on the left and a steep run-off to the right makes just holding this sharply sloped, two tier green an accomplishment! Chipping on from below and 'one' putting is probably less stressful than other options. A tough one!
#9 - 430/ 373 yd. Par 5
A wide open fairway awaits your final drive. The fairway is treed and bunkered on the right, with the RV Park on the left. A narrow dogleg right opens to a wide approach of the green, with a heavy draw on the right side. A flat green, guarded by rises at the entrance and sides, makes 'sticking the green' a definite challenge. If thoughts of the 'Club House' refreshments don't distract you, Birdie is your reward!