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Front 9: Lush & rich with history

Hole # 1 / Par 4

Wide open hole. Down the middle tee shot leaves short iron to large right to left-back sloping green. Now's the time to make birdie.

Hole #2 / Par 5

Long ball hitters may find this hole reachable in two. The green is guarded by a small creek at the front and bunkers on each side.

Hole #3 / Par 4

Tee shots to left of large tree in center of fairway leave easier shot to tricky green. However anything left of the tree line on the left side of fairway is out of bounds.

Hole #4 / Par 3

Large cedar guards front and left of green. As green slopes down to right front, if you can move the ball from right to left this is the hole to do it.

Hole #5  / Par 4


Long tee shot is beneficial to this hole as green is well protected by trees and bunkers. Placing your tee shot slightly right of center on the fairway clears way for a clean second shot to the green.

Hole #6 / Par 4

A good tee shot near center of fairway will leave a mid iron to this well protected undulating green.

Hole #7 /  Par 4

A real test of golf. This hole demands two good shots. Avoid tree on right side of fairway off the tee. Trust the yardage markers hitting to this hidden green.

Hole #8 / Par 4

Two small trees on horizon in center of fairway are target, but they don't come into play. Tricky second shot to very soft green protected by creek.

Hole #9 / Par 4

This refreshing hole, ends at the club. A long tee shot aided by prevailing winds can reach the green. Short iron approach shot should be played short of pin as green slopes from front to back.

The Front 9 is the oldest part of the course. Mature, manacured and sculptured around old growth trees, these 9 holes are a work out for mind, body and spirit. With hidden and sloping greens, creeks, double bunkers and large cedars, the path ultimately leads you back to our golf club to finish a 9 hole round or grab a refresher to-go, before moving to the back 9.

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