You are not logged in

Golf Course Tour

Click Here to View/Download the Course Scorecard

Hole 1:        A very reasonable starting hole.  This par 5 plays downwind, making it very reachable in two shots.  However, the undulating green can leave some tricky putts if your ball is not in the correct area.  The green slopes right to left towards the water hazard, so avoid missing this green to the right which could leave an almost impossible up and down.

 

PAR

5

Blue

485

White

471

Gold

456

Red

422

 

Hole 2:             An average length par 4 which plays a little downwind and left to right.  This hole doglegs right to left, around a water hazard that starts at the 200 yard maker and continues to 80 yards from the green.  The green does not slope as much back to front as it appears from the fairway.  The grass bunkers right of the green should be avoided if the flag is anywhere on the right half of the putting surface. 

 

PAR

4

Blue

410

White

392

Gold

380

Red

372

 

Hole 3:             A challenging par 4 gives a lot of room to the right for the tee shot, but attention should be paid to the hole location to set up the approach shot into the green.  Balls hit left off the tee, tend to bounce out of bounds fast.  The green is guarded by a fairly large bunker on the left.  This green is firm, so play for the approach to release.

 

PAR

4

Blue

449

White

427

Gold

410

Red

372

 

Hole 4:             A very good and tight par 5.  This hole usually plays into a stiff wind, making this a very difficult hole to reach in two shots.  With out of bounds running the entire length of this hole left and a drainage ditch running the entire length right, accuracy is at a premium.  The lay-up to this hole should be positioned at the 100 marker to leave a level lie.  This green is elevated from the fairway and is guarded by a bunker short and left. 

 

PAR

5

Blue

526

White

489

Gold

465

Red

394

 

Hole 5:             This short par 4 plays downwind a presents a choice of how close you want to play your second from the green.  Most players choose to lay back of this tee to leave a full shot into the green, but beware of the fairway bunker.  This green is guarded by two bunkers left and plays very firm.  Play for the front third of this green.

 

PAR

4

Blue

428

White

380

Gold

365

Red

336

 

Hole 6:             The longest par 3 on the course offers almost no land marks for depth perception.  The green opens up in the front allowing the ball to run onto this firm green.  Trust the yardage and be careful of the left to right wind which is blocked by the house between the tee and green.

 

Par

3

Blue

215

White

195

Gold

183

Red

147

 

Hole 7:             A great short par 4 that plays as one of the hardest holes on the course because of the undulating green that offers many challenging hole locations.  The water hazard on the right of the hole starts about 100 yards from the green and wraps around approximately half of the back of the green.  Approach shots should be left below the hole.

 

Par

4

Blue

348

White

310

Gold

282

Red

261


 
Hole 8:             A pretty par 3 that plays a little longer than the yardage.  If you miss the green you are left with a difficult shot from anywhere except short.  Allow the slope of the green to get your ball to the correct location.  Beware of the swirling winds on this hole because of the houses on the left.

 

PAR

3

Blue

191

White

167

Gold

149

Red

109

 

Hole 9:             The tee box on this par 4 lines you up to the right towards the fairway bunker.  With the normal wind which blows into and from the left, take a more aggressive line down the left hand side of the fairway.  Hole location is critical on this green and sometimes a chip is better than a long putt from back to front.

 

PAR

4

Blue

403

White

376

Gold

357

Red

288

 

Hole 10:           The narrow fairway and wind challenge this tee shot.  The fairway bunker on the left is a difficult position to recover from. The green falls off to the back, so avoid hitting your approach shot over the green.  Because of the firm green and surprising speed from front to back, the approach shot should be played to the front half to allow for any chance at birdie.  

 

PAR

4

Blue

414

White

390

Gold

365

Red

342

 

Hole 11:           The second and best of our good short par 4’s.  Tee shots should be positioned between 100 and 130 from the green.  This will allow for a full approach shot into this firm and very undulating green.  Being on the correct level of the green is imperative if you want to have a legitimate chance at birdie and sometimes par.

 

PAR

4

Blue

358

White

329

Gold

303

Red

276

 

Hole 12:           A short but demanding par 3.  This hole plays into the prevailing wind, so make sure you take enough club.  The shape of the green offers multiple looks to the player.  This green is very fast from left to right.  Avoid the grass bunkers long and left at all costs.  Chip shots from here are almost impossible to get close to the hole.

 

PAR

3

Blue

141

White

114

Gold

92

Red

79

 

Hole 13:           A short but demanding par 5 which plays shorter than the yardage.  Because of the trees on the right and right to left slope in the fairway the tee shot must be kept in the middle to middle left of the fairway to have any shot at reaching this green in two or setting up a good angle for a lay-up.  A hazard runs the entire length of the hole on the left and out of bounds the entire length on the right.  The green sits downhill and allows approach shots to be run onto the green. 

 

PAR

5

Blue

500

White

475

Gold

459

Red

437

 

Hole 14:           This is a chance to get a shot back.  Long hitters can fly the fairway bunkers right and the trees that run from the tee to the 100 yard marker.  A full shot into this green allows for the best chance at birdie.  A slightly crowned green offers many subtle breaks on this large green.

 

PAR

4

Blue

380

White

354

Gold

337

Red

321

 

Hole 15:           This short par 3 is an easy hole with no wind but usually plays back into the prevailing wind.  The slope in front of this green funnels balls short, back into the water.  Middle of the green is a great target regardless of the hole location.

 

PAR

3

Blue

158

White

136

Gold

123

Red

93

 

Hole 16:           This is the start to a great finish at Victoria Country Club.  This is the most difficult driving hole on the course.  With hole doglegging right to left and the fairway sloping left to right, hitting the fairway is a challenge.  The approach shot plays a little downhill to a big yet firm green with a large ridge running through the middle.  Being on the proper level of this green allows for the best opportunity at par or better.

 

PAR

4

Blue

445

White

399

Gold

365

Red

328

 

Hole 17:           This par 4 usually plays downwind allowing the player to let one go off the tee, but beware of hitting the ball through the fairway left and being block out by the big tree.  This hole doglegs slightly left to right.  The green falls away to the hazard on the left and long.  The greenside bunker right and anywhere right of this green is a difficult up and down. 

 

PAR

4

Blue

421

White

388

Gold

358

Red

325

 

Hole 18:           This long finishing par 5 plays back into the wind and puts a premium on all three shots.  A deep fairway bunker right and out of bounds right make players favor the left side of the fairway, but beware of the trees left of the fairway.  The ideal lay-up is just right of the leaning tree on the left of the fairway.  This will leave a full shot in to this very undulating green and in no danger of laying up in the water which guards the green to the left.  Pay very close attention to the hole location here. The approach shot into the green must be to correct spot or a three putt is inevitable. 

 

PAR

5

Blue

598

White

535

Gold

489

Red

432