1 | Par 4
#1 – A straightforward tee shot for most players. Longer hitters can challenge the fairway bunker on the right, leaving a short iron to a green that is well protected on both sides by bunkers.
Gold - 392 yards Silver - 379 yards Bronze - 366 yards Handicap 5 Red - 310 Yards Handicap 9
2 | Par 4
#2 – A short, but challenging hole with bunkers in play on both sides of the fairway. A deep green that slopes from back to front awaits players with many challenging pin locations.
Gold - 375 yards Silver - 357 yards Bronze - 340 yards Handicap 9 Red - 315 yards Handicap 7
3 | Par 3
#3 – A challenging par 3 that requires a carry over water to a green that is well protected by bunkers on both sides. Undulations in the green require the player to miss on the correct side of the pin.
Gold - 188 yards Silver - 170 yards Bronze - 140 yards Handicap 11 Red - 132 yards Handicap 17
4 | Par 5
#4 – A challenging par 5 that has a tee shot landing area guarded by bunkers on the left and trees on the right. For longer hitters, the opportunity to reach the green in 2 is met with bunker protection on both sides of the green.
Gold - 553 yards Silver - 519 yards Bronze - 488 yards Red - 435 yards Handicap 1
5 | Par 4
#5 – A short, but deceiving par 4 that offers many challenging pin locations. An overly aggressive tee shot can leave the player with a delicate wedge shot to the green.
Gold - 352 yards Silver - 337 yards Bronze - 324 yards Handicap 17 Red - 292 yards Handicap 13
6 | Par 3
#6 – Do not let the handicap fool you. This hole is played predominantly into the wind, this long, uphill par 3 has a deep green that tests players of all abilities. Birdies are rarely surrendered and pars are a great score on this difficult par 3.
Gold - 221 yards Silver - 200 yards Bronze - 131 yards Red - 131 yards Handicap 15
7 | Par 4
#7 – A semi-blind, downhill tee shot challenges players with a fairway bunker on the right side, and uneven lies in the rough on the left. Keeping the ball below the hole on the approach shot is key, as the green slopes significantly from back to front.
Gold - 396 yards Silver - 377 yards Bronze - 360 yards Handicap 13 Red - 299 yards Handicap 11
8 | Par 5
#8 – Depending on the tee played, this hole varies from a very reachable par 5, to a long brute with a two-tiered green that demands an accurate approach to a well- guarded green. Keep your approach shot on the appropriate tier for a better chance at birdie.
Gold - 564 yards Silver - 484 yards Bronze - 465 yards Handicap 7 Red - 414 yards Handicap 5
9 | Par 4
#9 – With a pond starting at 140 yards from the green, a layup of around 200 yards off the tee is the best choice to set up an approach to an elevated green that is well protected on all sides by bunkers.
Gold - 357 yards Silver - 354 yards Bronze - 335 yards Red - 282 yards Handicap 3
10 | Par 4
#10 – A short, but challenging hole with church pew bunkers that protect the left side, that offers many difficult pin positions on a green with many slopes.
Gold - 355 yards Silver - 340 yards Bronze - 349 yards Handicap 10 Red - 281 yards Handicap 14
11 | Par 4
#11 – A medium length par 4 that protects itself from long hitters with a bunker in the center of the fairway that is about 270 yards from tee. An elevated green awaits players, with bunkers all around.
Gold - 376 yards Silver - 360 yards Bronze - 349 yards Handicap 12 Red - 302 yards Handicap 10
12 | Par 4
#12 – A long, slight dogleg par 4 that forces players to take a longer route up the left side to have a better look at the green for their downhill approach. Two solid shots are rewarded with a fairly level green.
Gold - 440 yards Silver - 420 yards Bronze - 348 yards Handicap 8 Red - 305 yards Handicap 12
13 | Par 4
#13 – One of the more visually intimidating holes on the course, this long par 4 forces bigger hitters to choose between either carrying the cross bunkers to the upper fairway, or laying up short to the lower fairway. A well-guarded green rewards players with a fairly level putting surface.
Gold - 433 yards Silver - 417 yards Bronze - 403 yards Handicap 2 Red - 317 yards Handicap 6
14 | Par 3
#14 – The signature hole at Cress Creek offers players a shorter par 3 over water to a well-protected green with a significant slope on the front edge. Even with its shorter length, a 3 here is a good score.
Gold - 156 yards Silver- 146 yards Bronze - 125 yards Red - 108 yards Handicap 18
15 | Par 5
#15 – A long, straightaway par 5 that challenges players to either lay up short of the bunker and pond at 120 yards from the green, or to carry the obstacles and have just a short wedge into the green. The putting surface offers many challenging pin locations due to its many slopes and levels.
Gold - 540 yards Silver - 527 yards Bronze - 518 yards Handicap 6 Red - 447 yards Handicap 2
16 | Par 4
#16 - A difficult, dogleg right par 4 that features a corner bunker that gladly accepts any mis-hit tee shot. A safe play up the left side leaves a mid to long iron approach to a green protected on both sides by bunkers.
Gold - 432 yards Silver - 418 yards Bronze - 393 yards Handicap 4 Red - 323 yards Handicap 8
17 | Par 3
#17 – A longer par 3 that features a green with significant left-to-right slope. Out-of-bounds sits close to the left side of the green, but an ample bail out area to the right of the green gives players a safe landing area.
Gold - 217 yards Silver - 188 yards Bronze - 151 yards Red - 151 yards Handicap 16
18 | Par 5
#18 – A straightforward tee shot that features bunkers both left and right that will pose threats to longer hitters. Trees down the right hand side of the fairway force players to play up the left hand side. A hog's back through the middle of the green demands that players miss on the correct side of the pin to avoid a very difficult putt.
Gold - 491 yards Silver - 472 yards Bronze - 462 yards Handicap 14 Red - 422 yards Handicap 4