The Pines Course

The Pines Course

A challenging layout of over 6800 yards through an upland pine forest!

Course Rating / Slope

Blue         71.6 / 119

White      68.9 / 114

Gold        67.1 / 107

Red         69.0 / 117

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#1Par
5
506
yds
Prevailing wind will be in your face. Dog-leg, (slightly to the right). Aim tee at the water tower. This is a "3 shot" hole. Green slopes back to front.
#2Par
4
365
yds
65 degree dogleg to the left. Favor the right side of the tee. Second shot will be slightly up hill.
#3Par
3
139
yds
Pedestal Green and small target area, make this green tough to hit.
#4Par
4
392
yds
Prevailing wind in your face. Take enough club for your approach shot.
#5Par
5
493
yds
Prevailing wind left-to-right. This is a 3 shot hole with second shot a "lay-up." Third shot will be over water. Favor the right side of the fairway off the tee. Green slopes from back to front.
#6Par
3
166
yds
Tee shot, over water--Prevailing wind will be right-to-left. Front third of green is severely sloped back to front
#7Par
4
355
yds
Prevailing wind will be right-to-left. The second shot is to a slightly elevated green--Be sure to take enough club.
#8Par
4
413
yds
Prevailing wind will be at your back. This is the #1 handicap hole. Large green with some undulation make it a good "two putt" hole.
#9Par
4
383
yds
Prevailing wind, Left-to Right. Fairway accepts tee shots nicely. Favor the left side of the fairway. Remember to take enough club for shot in to slightly elevated green.
#10Par
4
354
yds
Prevailing wind from right to left. A fade shot is a preferred type shot. It sets up for a mid-sized iron approach shot. Green is flat, accept a high shot nicely.
#11Par
4
322
yds
Prevailing wind from left to right. Tee shot favors the right side of the fairway - away from the bunker. Second shot is a mid iron into a mid-sized undulating green. The green is mid size and slopes from front to back. Will accept a high approach shot nicely.
#12Par
3
144
yds
Tee shot over water, must carry approximately 140 yards, anything short is subject to roll back into the water. Green is bowl shaped with some undulation.
#13Par
5
485
yds
Can be reached in two shots for big hitters. Normally a three shot hole, which will definitely favor the right side away from the bunker on the left side of the fairway. Anything left, the trees become a major factor on your third shot. Big Green that slopes from back to front.
#14Par
4
333
yds
Prevailing wind will be in your face. Tee shot must be accurate to avoid both side bunkering. Shot from fairway to the green will be up hill to an elevated green.
#15Par
3
158
yds
Prevailing wind will be in your face. Take enough club--green accepts long iron shots. Fairway bunker should not come in to play.
#16Par
4
370
yds
Prevailing wind will be in your face. Favor right side of the tee- Second shot will be over water to a green that is sloped back to front.
#17Par
5
438
yds
Prevailing wind will be to your back. Dog-leg to the left. Off the tee, avoid the fairway bunker on the right. Second shot should favor the left side or left portion of the green. Right side of the green side bunker is hidden, but can come in to play. Birdie hole!!
#18Par
4
346
yds
Prevailing wind will be to your back. Avoid 3 small "pot bunkers" off the tee. Green does open up from the left side. Also, it is farther away than you think. Take enough club.