A long straight drive will reward you with a short iron into the green. Be wary of the trees that line the fairway, a missed hit ball spells disaster!
Playing your ball to the corner is a safe bet. For those who are faint of heart, cutting the corner has its risks. Hitting the fairway could have an eagle soaring your way.
Don’t be fooled by how the upper tee box directs you, aim for the green and reward yourself with a par.
A long drive favoring the left side of the fairway is key on this great golf hole. An accurate second shot is a must if you want par or better.
No need to use your imagination here, what you see is what you get! For a great eagle opportunity, land your shot on the fairway short of the green and let the roll do the rest.
This long par 3 hole may look simple, but its not! Be aware of the hidden dangers that guard this green. Set your sights on the middle of the green and be happy if you walk away with par!
Aim your tee shot over the trees at the corner, be careful not to push it through the fairway O.B. A long second shot is required to reach this par 4 in regulation.
Put the big stick away on this relatively easy par 4, it will only cause you grief. Play to the corner and have a short iron into the putting surface.
Options, options! Playing the left side off the tee leaves you with a tight but shorter second shot into the fairway. If you choose the middle-right side of the fairway this give you a great view but longer second shot. The choice is simple, its up to you! Overshoot this treacherous sloped green and you’ll be sure to walk away with bogey.
Now that you have made the turn, take in the beauty of this par 3. Don’t lose focus on the task at hand, check the wind direction and choose your club wisely to hit this large green.
Your first two shots are critical on Canada’s longest hole (782 yds.). Land your tee shot at the start of this fairway, your second shot is a blind one to the waters edge. From the waters edge it will take two good shots to reach this green in regulation. Bogey or par is a good score on this difficult hole.
Take advantage of this straightaway par 4, this hole is a great opportunity for birdie. Pay close attention to where the pin is located on this long but narrow green.
It’s not an illusion; it is as long as it looks! Length is the key on this massive par 3, hitting the green is crucial in order to score par or better.
Check your yardage to Whelp Brook (creek) and choose your club accordingly. It’s going to take 3 well placed shots to reach this very large green in regulation. Be very aware of the water hazard that follows the fairway across the brook.
Placement of your tee shot is critical on this challenging par 4; laying-up to Whelp Brook is the key to your success! Playing the left side of the tee leaves you with an easier second shot into the putting surface. Playing the middle-right side has you carrying hazards into the green.
Make sure your tee shot has enough carry in it to make the dogleg. This will ensure that you have a great view and a short iron into this small but challenging green.
This great little par 3 has trouble all around it! Take aim at the center of the green. Leaving with 3 or better on this hole is a good score!
This tough finishing hole is loaded with trouble! In order to score well your tee shot must land in play. Aim your tee shot at the tall poplars, this will give you a great view of the rest of the hole. Any tee shot to the right of the fairway will leave you with a blind second shot. Land your ball below the hole on this sloped green to be successful.