Scorecard & Layout
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The 1st HoleA wonderful starting hole, this par 4 parallels Paul Stemmier Pkwy on the right side, allowing for anything but a slice. A full tee shot will leave you with a short iron to the green. The green, uniquely guarded on the back by several small bunkers, slopes up from front to back – so leave your approach shot short to ensure an up-hill putt.
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The 2nd HoleA dogleg right, this par 4 gives you plenty of room on the left, but too much cut and you’ll be in the ditch running along the right side. A short iron in will help you place the ball near the pin and get you an elusive birdie on a par 4.
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The 3rd HoleA straight away par 3 with plenty of room on the right side.
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The 4th HoleThe 4th hole is straight, but the green is offset to the left – hidden from the tee box. A good tee shot will mean the green is easily reachable. The green slopes up from front to back, so try to leave your approach below the hole.
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The 5th HoleThe 5th hole is the first par 5. Keep the ball in play for the first 2 strokes, and you’ll have no trouble hitting this enormous green.
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The 6th HoleThe 6th hole is a short par 3. Depending on wind speed, you may need to club up for this deceivingly easy hole.
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The 7th HoleThe 7th hole is the shortest par 5 on the course. Keep your tee shot in play and you should have a good shot at getting home in 2.
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The 8th HoleThe par 3 8th is the shortest hole on the course. Don’t let the creek worry you, just a short iron to the green gives you the opportunity to 2 putt for par.
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The 9th HoleThe par 5 9th hole is a dogleg right. A confident driver will pick a line over the trees on the inside corner. Higher handicappers may want to leave the driver in the bag and aim for the middle of the fairway at the turn. A bunker guards the right side of the green, so plan your approach accordingly.
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The 10th HoleThe 10th hole is a slight dogleg left par 4. This may be the most wide open hole of the course, making driver a good choice off the tee box. The green is narrow and undulating, so choose your approach carefully.
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The 11th HoleNumber 11 is a short par 4 that includes carry over a normally dry creek bed. Long hitters can go for the green in 1, but mid to high handicappers should consider laying up by hitting 200 yards off the tee. That will leave you 100 yards or less to the center of the green. The green is a small boot shape and leaves very little room for error when approaching it. Try to stay below the hole and you should have no problem 2 putting for par.
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The 12th HoleThe 12th hole is a dogleg left par 4 that follows the curve of the Maumee Riber. There’s a creek bend that cuts the fairway about 250 yards from the tee box. All golfers will be tempted to try to carry it, but only some will succeed. Whether you carry the creek, or layup short of it, you’ll have a short iron to a very small green.
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The 13th HoleThe dogleg of the par 4 13th hole continues to follow the Maumee River. With out of bounds all down the left side, a well aimed tee shot is a must to be setup for your approach shot. The green is guarded by a bunker complex, so take your time and execute your approach well. The slope on this green is significant, so stay below the hole and make 5.
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The 14th HoleFourteen is a straight par 3, but the carry is a bit intimidating. Teeing off from the tip of the golf course, the hole plays over water to a downhill green guarded by trees and bunkers. Hit the green and par is a near certainty.
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The 15th HoleThe par 4 15th hole is a nice rest after several tough holes. Located in the middle of the golf course, there’s almost no trouble – other than trees. The green is long, but very narrow, so you’ll want to hit a short iron into the green. That probably means driver is a good bet off the tee box.
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The 16th HoleBirdie time! At under 300 yards, hole number 16 is the shortest par 4 on the course. The green has no bunkers and has only 1 tree guarding its front left side. In other words – swing away! Knock it close – or on, and make your birdie.
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The 17th HoleThe par 5 17th is our signature hole. The fairway is bisected by a creek and then you’ll find a pond guarding the front of the green. Playing to a distance is the key to success on this hole. Regardless of which tee box you use, or how far you hit your drive, you’ll have 200 yards left from the end of the first fairway, and 100 yards left from the middle of the second. The green is shaped like a figure 8, and is crowned in the middle. On this hole, long is definitely better than short.
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The 18th HoleThe finishing hole is a par 4, straight shot back to the clubhouse. A tree lined fairway leads to a narrow green guarded on the left by 2 bunkers. The slope of the green plays right to left, so for left placed pins plan on hitting the right side of the green and smile as the ball rolls towards the hole. That’s it for golf. Now head to the bar to add up your score and count your winnings. Who’s buying?
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