The South Course is home to the famous Jack’s Black Tees which, when played from here make the South Course the longest course in all of California. There are several additional tee boxes so the South Course is great for players of all ages and skill levels. The South Course is ranked as one of the best playable courses in the region and often holds major qualifying events and tournaments. Recently, the South Course has recently gone through extensive upgrades including perfect white sand in the bunkers.
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The target from the tee is the second fairway bunker on the right. Favor the right side of the right to left sloping fairway to avoid the large bunker short of the green. The third shot is played to a large, multi-tiered green.
Keep the tee shot to the left of the fairway bunker on the right. The second shot should favor the left side to have the best angle for the third shot into the green.
Avoid the large trees on either side of the fairway. With the prevailing wind at the players’ back, choosing the right club is a challenge when hitting up the hill to the green.
Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee. The second shot can play 2-3 clubs longer because of the prevailing wind and elevation of the green.
Favor the left side of the left to right sloping fairway to avoid the bunkers on the right. The second shot is played downhill into a small green that is guarded by a large bunker in the front of the green.
This uphill hole is placed into the prevailing breeze. Players must avoid the three stocked-sod bunkers that are in front of the large, flat green.
A downhill dogleg right that has dramatic fairway and greenside bunkers. The hole can be played a variety of ways to score par or better.
Favor right side of the fairway as the slope beyond the crest of the hill goes right to left. Avoid the fairway bunker on the right for the approach shot into the large, but well-bunkered green.
A long par 3 with a large green. Depending on the prevailing breeze, players may be able to play a club down.
This short dogleg left requires player to play their tee shot beyond the crest of the sloping terrain. Favor the right side to have the best approach over the pond to the green that is pitched steeply from back to front.
A well-placed drive will avoid the fairway bunkers that flank either side of this dogleg right. The approach shot is played into the prevailing breeze, avoiding the deep greenside bunker.
A good par three that plays down wind. Avoid the deep bunker on the right side of the green.
Favor the right side of the fairway to have an opportunity to reach the green in two. Players can lay up short of the green in the valley, or try to avoid the greenside bunker to reach the large green in two.
A downwind par 4 that requires players to avoid the fairway bunker on the right. The undulating green is framed by bunkers on the left and right.
Favor the right side of the fairway to avoid the trees on the left. The second shot plays longer due to prevailing breeze and uphill approach.
The downhill tee shot should avoid the trees on the right to have an opportunity to go for the green in two. A small pond guards the front of the small green.
The elevation change and the strength of the prevailing breeze from behind make club selection a challenge. The well-guarded green is surrounded by bunkers and towering eucalyptus trees.
The closing hole is a long par 5 that demands an accurate tee shot to avoid the fairway bunkers. The second shot needs to be played right of the bunker and short of the pond to allow player the opportunity to play an accurate approach shot into the undulating green that is guarded by bunkers on either side.