Courses

Red Course: The Original Short and Sweet

Our shortest nine, the Red course is a favorite with beginners, seniors and juniors. Mature pines, gently rolling slopes, and multiple green side bunkers are a test of skill if you stray off course.

Our first nine opening in 1964, the Red course is a par-35 playing 2,867 yards from the middle tees. Holes four through seven offer water hazards, which make for pretty  –and pretty challenging–  golf. This nine is usually played as the back nine coming from the Gold Course.

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Red Course 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total Slope Rating
Blue Tees 388 389 360 191 503 214 254 385 338 3022    
White Tees 384 384 349 149 498 184 248 377 325 2898 m: 112 33.6
Red Tees 356 356 264 125 426 173 215 342 307 2564 w: 107 34.1
                         
Gold to Red 18 Hole Course           m: 117 68.2
                      w: 106 67.3
Gold Course 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total Slope Rating
Blue Tees 410 351 178 426 549 472 196 358 363 3303    
White Tees 358 335 162 369 498 446 156 342 354 3020 m:  122 34.6
Red Tees 284 271 120 269 388 305 101 312 295 2345 w:  105 33.2