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Hole 1

Par Handicap

Men’s        3    11  Blue – 506 | White – 489 | Red – 424

Women’s   3   15   Blue – 506 | White – 589 | Red – 424 | 364

Pro Tip: This straight away par 5 starts your round. Pull Driver and let`er rip. The green is deep, so pick your approach club wisely.

 

Hole 2

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    9  Blue – 350 | White – 337 | Red – 311

Women’s   4   7   Blue – 350 | White – 337 | Red – 311 | 236

Pro Tip: This short par four features towering cedar trees. Driver is unnecessary, keep it in play with a hybrid or fairway wood. Avoid the deep bunker to your right on your approach shot.

 

Hole 3

Par Handicap

Men’s        3    13  Blue – 164 | White – 150 | Red – 136

Women’s   3   15   Blue – 164 | White – 150 | Red – 136 | 126

Pro Tip: This par 3 has a green that slopes from back to front, as well as bunkers on both sides. Leave the ball below the hole on this green.

 

Latest Holes in One

Bruce Barnes – Monday, February 25, 2013

Jim Collie – Friday, December 14, 2013

Hole 4

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    7   Blue – 368 | White – 354 | Red – 339

Women’s   4   13  Blue – 368 | White – 354 | Red – 339 | 247

Pro Tip: Another Hole where accuracy trumps distance. Trouble on both sides leaves you with a hybrid or fairway wood as the best option off the tee. Hole Sponsor: Oceanside Doorman www.oceanside-doorman.com

 

Hole 5

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    5   Blue – 375 | White – 360 | Red – 329

Women’s   4    9   Blue – 375 | White – 360 | Red – 329 | 249

Pro Tip: This beautiful hole has a creek that runs across the fairway about 100 yards from the green. Pay attention to the pin location as it is important to be on the right section of this multi-tiered green.

 

Hole 6

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    1   Blue – 402 | White – 372 | Red – 324

Women’s   4    1   Blue – 402 | White – 372 | Red – 324 | 251

Pro Tip: A long dogleg left is what you face on the toughest hole on the course. Right center of the fairway, just short of the pond will give you the optimal approach shot.

 

Hole 7

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    1   Blue – 159 | White – 142 | Red – 120

Women’s   4    1   Blue – 159 | White – 142 | Red – 120 | 120

Pro Tip: Hitting the wrong side of this wide and undulated green can make for a very tricky putt. Avoid the deep bunker on the left.

 

Hole 8

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    3   Blue – 383 | White – 377 | Red – 346

Women’s   4    5   Blue – 383 | White – 377 | Red – 346 | 281

Pro Tip: This hole provides a slight dogleg left. Aim at the tree at the end of the fairway to give you an optimal approach shot.

 

Hole 9

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    15   Blue – 301 | White – 289 | Red – 259

Women’s   4    11   Blue – 301 | White – 289 | Red – 259 | 259

Pro Tip: This hole offers a risk reward tee shot. Long hitters can take a shot at rolling one up onto the green. However, all that is needed on this short par four is a hybrid or long iron to get you inside the 150 yard marker.

 

Hole 10

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    12   Blue – 360 | White – 318 | Red – 269

Women’s   4    11   Blue – 360 | White – 318 | Red – 269 | 219

Pro Tip: Leave the driver in the bag here. Landing your tee shot in the middle of the fairway, to the right of the big tree, will give you about 100 yards into this green.

 

Hole 11

Par Handicap

Men’s        5    14   Blue – 483 | White – 474 | Red – 438

Women’s   5     4    Blue – 483 | White – 474 | Red – 438 | 343

Pro Tip: Hit the driver on this par 5. Plan your shot wisely and you can have a reasonable chance at getting on in two. Be sure to leave your approach shot below the hole as this green has an aggressive slope from back to front.

 

Hole 12

Par Handicap

Men’s        5     6    Blue – 440 | White – 384 | Red – 325

Women’s   5    12   Blue – 440 | White – 384 | Red – 325 | 275

Pro Tip: Water runs along the left side of this long par four. This two tiered green can make for an interesting putt if you are left on the wrong hole level.

 

Hole 13

Par Handicap

Men’s        3    16   Blue – 227 | White – 176 | Red – 143

Women’s   3    18   Blue – 227 | White – 176 | Red – 143 | 108

Pro Tip: This uphill par three plays longer than the yardage. avoid the large bunker on the left.

 

Hole 14

Par Handicap

Men’s        5    2   Blue – 227 | White – 176 | Red – 143

Women’s   5    2   Blue – 227 | White – 176 | Red – 143 | 108

Pro Tip: Water Runs down both sides of the longest par 5 on the course. With water at the end of the fairway off the tee, play smart and lay up with your second shot to the 100 yard marker.

 

Hole 15

Par Handicap

Men’s        3    18   Blue – 169 | White – 161 | Red – 142

Women’s   3    16   Blue – 169 | White – 161 | Red – 142 | 130

Pro Tip: With water on the right, play it safe and aim for the middle of the green.

 

Latest Holes in One

Ivan Kartz – Sunday, September 1, 2013

Jim Collie – Sunday, March 31, 2013

Harold Baragar – Thursday, March 7, 2013

Hole 16

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    10   Blue – 390 | White – 360 | Red – 334

Women’s   4     6    Blue – 390 | White – 360 | Red – 334 | 259

Pro Tip: With water on the right, play it safe and aim for the middle of the green.

 

Hole 17

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    4    Blue – 403 | White – 388 | Red – 350

Women’s   4    8    Blue – 403 | White – 388 | Red – 350 | 275

Pro Tip: Hitting driver is a must on this hole, but hitting it straight is more essential with trouble both left and right. Make sure you are on the right section of this two tiered green.

 

Hole 18

Par Handicap

Men’s        4    10   Blue – 404 | White – 383 | Red – 359

Women’s   4     6    Blue – 404 | White – 383 | Red – 359 | 284

Pro Tip: The 18th is our most scenic tee shot. Be sure to hit it straight with OB on both sides. Aim just left of the bunker, 150 yards from the green will leave you the ideal approach shot down the hill. Choose your approach club wisely.