1-Arch- The tee shot is blind to the fairway that rolls downhill through the drive zone. The green is elevated at least ten feet above a huge bunker protecting its left front. The putting surface is moderately tiered, with the right front below left rear.
Par: 4 HDCP: 13 Red: 293 White: 365 Blue: 373
2- Mound- The sharp left-dogleg from the slightly elevated tee, with trees close on the left side, a ridge crosses the fairway beyond the turn, after which the hole rises gradually to a green enclosed in a horseshoe-shaped mounding.
Par: 4 HDCP: 5 Red: 356 White: 390 Blue: 394
3-Bull’s Eye- A short par 3 played over a large frontal bunker that is at least 15 feet below the putting surface on the right, with a smaller trap up on the left. The two-fiered putting surface left rear to the right front.
Par: 3 HDCP: 18 Red: 107 White: 117 Blue: 128
4- Long View- It plays from a slightly-elevated tee across Turnesa Drive to a long green set on a slight left-to-right angle with a long bunker fortifying the right side.
Par: 4 HDCP: 7 Red: 345 White: 401 Blue: 401
5- Old Glory- An uphill par-5 with a row of tall trees on the entire left side. Trees on the right and fairway bunker left tighten up the second shot. The two-tiered putting surface has an upper level to the left and a deep bunker across its right front.
Par: 5 HDCP: 3 Red: 444 White: 537 Blue: 537
6- Tribulation- Patterned after the Spectacles (#14) at Carnoutsie, the feature being a pair of high-lipped bunkers across the fairway, about 60 yards from the green. The difficult putting surface is three-tiered, with the higher deck in the rear.
Par: 4 HDCP: 7 Red: 403 White: 420 Blue: 437
7- Waterloo- Rolls downhill from a slightly-elevated tee, approaches a small green that must flirt with a pond to the right that curls out into the entrance to the green, and avoid a dangerous fall-off behind.
Par: 4 HDCP: 9 Red: 333 White: 373 Blue: 382
8- Redan- An uphill par 3 playing from the slightly-elevated tee up to a Redan green set on a left-to-right angle to tee while falling away sharply to the right rear. Three bunkers are situated down below the right front with a large bunker short and left.
Par: 3 HDCP: 11 Red: 165 White: 196 Blue: 196
9- Half Way- a par 5 that plays uphill through the drive zone, which is bunkered to the right and narrowed by an intruding tree line on the left. The hole proceeds to the green through an avenue of new bunkers
Par: 5 HDCP: 15 Red: 432 White: 507 Blue: 511
10- Hillside- the tee shot is played across a road to a fairway that rises through the drive zone, falling to the right as well. The green is set back behind a bunker the right front.
Par: 4 HDCP: 8 Red: 353 White: 373 Blue: 386
11- Bee Line- A long par 3 tightened up considerably by a row of tall maples down the right side. There are two bunkers on each side of the fairway, one pair on each side of the green.
Par: 3 HDCP: 16 Red: 199 White: 215 Blue: 215
12- Land’s End- The drive is narrowed by trees on the left and a row of maples and a pair of bunkers to the right. The two-tiered putting surface is protected by a large bunker to the right front and a crescent-shaped bunker encircling and a small pot on the left.
Par: 4 HDCP: 10 Red: 307 White: 330 Blue: 333
13- Glen- The doglegs almost 90 degrees to the right, with the drive played down a steep hill into a ravine in the woods. The longer hitters must play a lay-up shot, there being no more than 230 yards to the far side of the fairway.
Par: 4 HDCP: 12 Red: 304 White: 348 Blue: 364
14- Vista- Another short par 4, with a sharp turn to the left at the end. The putting surface bears the Tillinghast signature. The bunkers narrow the entrance from both sides and a slight back-to-front tilt.
Par: 4 HDCP: 17 Red: 266 White: 289 Blue: 289
15- Overlook- A strong par 4 that plays uphill from tee to green while bending gradually to the right. The putting surface is set in a punchbowl created by a horseshoe-shaped rim encircling the sides and rear of the green.
Par: 4 HDCP: 4 Red: 333 White: 391 Blue: 394
16- Eden- A par 3 that is played from an elevated tee over a nest of three bunkers to a kidney-shaped green featuring a “burial mound” at the right front and a ridge across the back.
Par: 3 HDCP: 13 Red: 158 White: 184 Blue: 191
17- Long Tom- The driver must carry 175 yards over a pair of bunkers at the top of a rise to reach a fairway which then rolls downhill while bending left. The fairway drops sharply 100 yards from the green, where a tall tree to the right complicates the approach.
Par: 5 HDCP: 6 Red: 488 White: 537 Blue: 541
18- Raynor- Acclaimed as one of the best finishing holes in the country. It is played from an elevated tee over a pond to a fairway that falls left to right, with a lateral water hazard along the entire right side of the driving area. The drive must be long and accurate to leave a level lie. A second pond angles the fairway 100 yards from the green. The fairway beyond the water is at a higher level, a bunker is built into the hillside to the left of the green.
Par: 4 HDCP: 2 Red: 428 White: 437 Blue: 444
19- The Bye- Our unique 19th hole is a short par 3 played from an elevated tee over a small pond to a tiny back-to-front green protected out front by a row of three bunkers set on a left-to-right angle to the tee.
Par: 3 Red: 119 White: 123 Blue: 123
Course Photos Courtesy of Frank Cali