Tee off from an elevated tee box to a tree-lined narrow fairway, below. A stout par 4 starts us off as Rocky Run Creek runs parallel to the left and O.B. on the right. The entire right side of Hole #1 is lined with mature trees making it difficult to find the green in regulation. Length and accuracy off the tee are key to reaching this sloped green. Par is a good score on this opening hole.
Hole #2 is unique, with Rocky Run Creek splitting the second-toughest par 4 down the middle. With fairways cut on both sides of the creek, golfers can decide which option is best for their game. A solid tee shot to the fairway on the right side of creek will leave golfers with mid iron into a two-tiered green. The green slopes from back to front so place your approach shot below the pin location.
A slightly downhill par 4 with a direct hazard at the end of the fairway is waiting to gobble up golfers balls off the tee. It’s best to hit a long iron or hybrid off the tee to the middle-of-fairway. Golfers hit an approach from 150 to 215 yards to a large and slightly elevated green that slopes back to front. Missing this green long or right is not an option. Walking away with a par on #13 is a good feeling!