The North Course is designed with every golfer in mind. This course is highly playable and all skill levels will enjoy this track. The North Course features some Scotland Style bunkers on the 16th hole so watch out!
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The opening hole requires the tee shot to avoid the bunkers flanking the landing area. Players should layup to the 100 yard mark to give a full swing approach into the small, well-guarded left to right sloping green.
Playing downhill from the tee, the prevailing breeze can move the ball from right to left.
Favor the right side to give the best approach in the second shot landing area. The third shot is played uphill into a right to left sloping green that is guarded by bunkers on 3 sides.
Play the ball up the left center of the fairway to avoid the fairway bunker on the right to have an open approach into the small, kidney shaped green.
Favor the right center of the fairway to avoid the fairway bunker on the left. The narrow green is guarded by bunkers on the right and front.
The downhill tee shot requires players to consider the prevailing breeze to prevent missing the green to the left.
Favor the right center of the fairway to pick up the swale in the fairway to gain more distance. The second shot is played uphill into the green guarded by a deep front bunker and a second on the right.
Favor the right side of the right to left sloping fairway. The approach shot is played uphill to a large green guarded by a deep front left bunker.
Layup to avoid the cross bunker. The second shot must be played over or around the tree if the hole is placed on the right side of the two-tiered green.
Be aware of the prevailing breeze when hitting into this steeply banked back to front green guarded by a pond.
Favor the right side of the fairway off the tee. The uphill second shot can be influenced by the prevailing right to left breeze.
Tee shot placement is key to ensure the best approach into the green. Avoid the bunkers on the right, and the trees on the left.
Play your tee shot towards the second fairway bunker that guards the left side of the fairway. The second shot is played into a green that slopes steeply from back to front.
Be aggressive off the tee but avoid the fairway bunkers that flank the fairway. The second shot should favor the right center of the fairway, but lay short of the dramatic Johnny Pott-designed bunkers to have a pitch shot into the well-bunkered green.
Accuracy off the tee is needed to avoid the trees on the left and the thick rough on the right. The second shot must avoid the pond that guards the front left corner of the green.
Aim at the target flag in the middle of the fairway at the crest of the hill. The second shot should be played to bottom of the valley to have a more level lie. The third shot is played uphill into a green that is fronted by 3 stacked-sod bunkers.
Challenging hole that requires distance control.
Favor the left center of the fairway to avoid the deep bunkers on the right. The approach shot is played uphill and against the prevailing breeze.