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Course RatingTM/ Slope Rating
Front Nine Par
Back Nine Par
MENS 33.1/123 (66.2/123 for 18)LADIES 35.7/124 (71.4/124 for 18)
MENS 31.1/115 (62.2/115 for 18)LADIES 33.2/113 (66.4/113 for 18)
MENS 29.6/109 (59.2/109 for 18)LADIES 31.3/105 (62.6/105 for 18)
Hole 1Par 4
A wide open tee shot to start your round. Keep your drive to the right of the bunkers. Try to hit your approach to the proper area on this two-tiered green.
Hole 2Par 4
The large tree on the right of the tee might force you to play too far left. There is a raised approach to the green. Pin locations on the sunken back tier are a challenge to get close to.
Hole 3Par 3
Make sure you hit enough club to get on this slightly elevated green. Any balls hit over the green risk being lost in the bushes.
Hole 4Par 5
A long, bending par 5. Keep you tee shot left of the bunkers unless you are a big hitter. There is a left-to-right tilt to the fairway so adjust your aim accordingly.
Hole 5Par 4
Make sure to hit the fairway here to avoid the trees on both the left and right. Avoid the left bunker and right trees on your approach.
Hole 6Par 3
A scenic par 3 on the banks of Highwood River. This is a tough green to putt on with multiple slopes and tiers. Par is a great score.
Hole 7Par 4
A demanding tee sheet through the alley of trees around the tee. Avoid going to the right. Tee shots tend to bounce right so aim safely. Another tiered green awaits.
Hole 8Par 4
Be mindful where the pin is and aim your tee shot accordingly. The shallow green will challenge your club selection and the front bunker catches many approaches.
Hole 9Par 5
Only the longest hitters can get home in two shots. Here is another challenging green so plan your strategy accordingly. Many are happy with a par 5 here.
Hole 10Par 4
A demanding tee shot. With water left and right, finding dry land is a must. Hit an extra club to this elevated green. One of The Highwood’s most difficult holes.
Hole 11Par 4
There is a generous area for your tee shot but stay out of the large bunker on the right. This green is deceptively large so check your yardage carefully before hitting.
Hole 12Par 3
An unassuming par 3 with a very large green. Trust the yardage. Many tee shots come up short.
Hole 13Par 5
A risk-reward par 5. Hitting this green in two shots is difficult with water left, right, and short. There is a severe back-to-front tilt in this green so try to leave your ball below the hole.
Hole 14Par 3
A challenging par 3 with water and sand guarding the left side. The green is deeper than you may think.
Hole 15Par 4
Another demanding par 4 with lots of water and sand. Finding the fairway is key. The green has two large tiers so do your best to be around the hole.
Hole 16Par 4
Here is an opportunity to make up some shots. Play for the fairway as attempting to drive the green often leads to disaster. Be smart and you should have a birdie putt.
Hole 17Par 4
A short but tricky hole. The fairway tilts towards the water. Add a club to your approach and be mindful of the large slope in the middle of the green.
Hole 18Par 4
A long and demanding hole to end your day. Find the fairway and you may still need to lay up to get to the green safely. Par is a great score here as many big numbers have been recorded.
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A short par 4 with a right-to-left fairway tilt. Don’t be too aggressive off the tee and you will be fine.
Spitzee 2Par 4
One of the toughest holes on the property. A long and tree lined hole with a small green.
Another beautiful hole on The Highwood River. Keep to the right off the tee and avoid the many bunkers. A par is a great score.
A short dogleft right which still demands a good tee sheet past the 150 yard post. Many have made the mistake of not hitting it far enough to see around the corner.
One of the most challenging par 3’s on property. Avoid the water on the right at all costs. This is a tough green to putt on.
An awkward tee shot to a diagonal running green. Bail out to the right if needed and you can still make a par with a chip and a putt.
This short par 4 tempts you to drive the green. Most golfers are better served to hitting it left off the tee and opening up the approach to this crowned green.
An innocent looking hole unless you go into the front bunker. Don’t lose your concentration.
A tranquil setting to end your round. Avoid the water at all costs. Short or right is better than wet. Finish up and head out for a second loop!