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|1: The Blue Heron|
The Blue Heron is a 459 yd Par 4. The tee shot needs to favor the left side in order to avoid fairway bunkers, and to offer the best angle for the second shot. Green slopes from back left to front right with a lower tier on the front right portion. Par is an excellent score on this hole!
|2: The High Hill|
The High Hill is a 515 yd par 5. Secondshot placement is the key to this and should be dependent upon the location. This multi-tiered green requires distance control in order to have a makeable putt.
|3: The Creek|
The Creek is a real challenge! From the tips, this 470 yd par 4 plays overtwo water hazards. This narrow fairway requires precise tee shot down the middle. Take an extra club on your approach shot to avoid the creek in front of the green. A bogey here does not always lose!
|4: The Panther|
The Panther is a challenging 200 yd par 3 over water. This requires an accurate tee shot to a narrow green that is guarded by water in front and on the left as well as bunkers on the right and back of the green. At 200 yards deep, give some thought to the location when making your club selection.
|5: The Wetland|
The Wetland is a 405 yd par 4. Tee shot needs to be placed between the trees on both sides of the fairway. The longer the tee shot the better because thisgreen is thenarrowest on the course, surrounded by trees and mounds on the left and wetlands on the right.
|6: Cross O’Hole|
Cross O’Hole is a 186 yd par 3 that requires a tee shot over water and bunkers. The big green offers a good chance for par before taking on 3 tough finishing front 9 holes.
|7: Chad’s Way|
Chad’s Way is very difficult par 5. Tee shot needs to find the fairway in order to set up the second shot. Second shot should be played over the wetland and away from wetland on the left. Third shot needs to be hit precise in order to carry the wetland and stay on the green which is not very deep. Out of bounds lurks close behind the green!
|8: Pot Bunkers|
Pot Bunkers is a 428 yd par 4 that features a generous fairway. Beware of theeight bunkers surrounding the front of the green. Always good to take an extra club to this uphill green.
|9: Trace Lake|
Trace Lake has been thought of by many as having the toughest tee shot on Panther Lake. This features a very narrow fairway that slopes from left to right towards the water. A very demanding approach shot to the green surrounded by water and bunkers is required. Taking an extra club might not be a bad idea!
|10: The Heathery|
The Heathery The Heathery is a 520 yd Par 5 that features a very generous fairway, so give it all you got!The secondshot is played uphill and should favor the left side of the fairway in order to provide the best angle for your approach. Elevated, sloping green offers tricky locations.
|11: The Rowdee|
The Rowdee is the toughest Par 3 on the course! At 228 yards this is all carry over hazards and bunkers surrounding the front of the green. Long is much better than short here!
|12: Laurel Oaks|
Laurel Oaksis a 439 yd par 4 dog-leg left that requires a good tee shot down the right side of the fairway. Long hitters can cut the corner over the trees, but don’t hit it to far left. A large green awaits that slopes from back to front.
|13: The Pine Walk|
The Pine Walk is a 441 yd picturesque par 4 lined by trees and bunkers on the left and right side of the fairway. It’s all uphill on the tee shot and approach to the green, so an extra club might be a good idea. Green is tricky with much undulation.
|14: The Long Man|
The Long Man is a monster!! This 622 yd Par 5 will take everything you have off the tee avoiding hazards on the left. Secondshot on this dog-legright should be kept to the right of the fairway. When approaching the green, be careful of bunkers in front of and behind the green as well as water to the left.
|15: The Gulley|
The Gulley is a beautiful 227 yd Par 3 that carries over water and bunkers. Shorter hitters might want to play to the right of the green. Tricky tee shot may require an extra club.
|16: Northward Ho|
Northward Ho is a 426 Yd Par 4 slight dog-leg to the right. Keep your tee shot down the right side as the slope of the fairway will bring it to the middle. Approach shot is to an uphill green surrounded by bunkers in the front.
Carrie is a short 160 yd Par 3 that requires a delicate shot off the tee to a two-tiered green that slopes from back to front. Could be a difficult shot depending on the wind.
Hillocks is a great finishing hole! At 570 yards, this Par 5 requires a tee shot down the right side of the fairway avoiding rough on the left and bunkers on the right. Keep yoursecond shot to the right of the fairway. Approach shot to green is slightly uphill and green slopes right to left.