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18 Holes | 7,059 Yards | 72.1 Rating | 130 Slope |
Par 72 | 105 Bunkers
This is a challenging par-5 opening hole with a good chance for a birdie. Two well-played shots can put you on or near the green.
This is arguably the hardest hole on the front side. Hitting the fairway is a must, for trees and bunkers guard both sides of the fairway. Choosing the right club for your second shot is very important for your approach into this uphill, two-tiered green.
A well placed tee ball to this tight, deceptively difficult fairway is necessary for an approach to this large, elevated green. Par is a good score here.
A good par-3. Getting your tee shot on the green on this medium length hole is paramount, as the green falls away on all four sides.
A good par-4 with a comforting, wide-open fairway. Take one club extra to this two-tiered green.
Finally, a breather! This is a short par-4 played with a short iron second shot to a large, elevated green. As with #3, though, be sure and take extra club for your approach.
A well bunkered par-5 that is easily reached with two good shots by the better player. Miss the fairway here, though, and you could be looking at a big number.
A long, challenging par-4. Your tee shot should be placed perilously close to the left side of the fairway, which is guarded by three bunkers. A tee ball to the right side of the fairway will mean having to maneuver a large pine blocking entrance to this large, undulating green.
A beautiful, down hill par-3 with a large tree guarding the left hand side of the green. It is better to be short and right than over the green.
A strong par-5 playing uphill all the way. The green slopes severally from back to front, so be sure and place your approach shot below the hole.
The signature hole at Georgia Veterans. A sweeping, dogleg-left par-5 with a tee shot requiring a precisely placed shot out of a chute of trees. Laying up for your second shot will leave you a short iron to this small, two-tiered green.
Toughest (and longest) par-3 on the course. A mid to long iron tee shot to a narrow green. You shot must fly the whole way; run up shots are next to impossible.
A tough par-4 that may require a lay up tee shot for longer players. Your second shot is played slightly uphill to a green than slopes from back to front.
A fun par-4. You will play your tee shot to a plateau roughly 50 feet above the level of the green. Play less club for your second shot to this large green.
A fun par-3 that rewards a well placed tee shot. The green falls away sharply on all approaches, creating a tough up and down if you miss the green.
Hardest hole on the back nine. A very long par-4 that requires a perfect tee shot to a fairway you cannot see from the tee. Your second shot is played to a narrow, kidney shaped green that again cannot be seen from the fairway.
A very good finishing hole. This is a long, dogleg left par-4 that ideally requires a drawn tee shot. The long, mid to long iron second shot to an elevated, two-tired green must be precisely played. Par is a good score here.
A good tee shot here will leave you a mid to short iron to this large green. A truly beautiful hole with a picturesque pond guarding the right hand side of the green.
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