Hole By Hole
Opening in 1995, our original course, The Legend, has quickly become a favorite among golfing enthusiasts. Built on over 200 acres of rolling terrain, carved from towering pine forest and lush natural environmental beauty, this course ranges from 5255 yards for the ladies to over 7000 yards from the championship tees. The Legend has a maximum course rating of 74.3 and a slope rating of 145. Each hole is unique, however, its the award winning 18th hole, nestled around Woodington Lake, that makes this course truly legendary.
Pro Tip:This dogleg right requires a drive that does not surpass the 150-yard marker avoiding the wetlands that separate the fairway from the green. Your approach is to a large green protected by a gaping bunker on the left.
Pro Tip:A good tee shot on this medium length par five will be just left of the first two fairway bunkers. Your second shot should leave approximately 100 yards to avoid the bunkers protecting both sides of the fairway 80 yards short of the green.
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Pro Tip:Any wind on this elevated tee can greatly affect club selection to this wide but shallow green. Shots left short bring the hazard into play while shots long leave a difficult downhill pitch.
Pro Tip:This winding par five requires you to aim your tee shots left of the fairway bunkers cut into the hill on the right. Your next two shots should be hit right of the target to compensate for the natural slope of the land.
Pro Tip:Solid tee shot on this uphill dogleg left is a must to set up for a tough second shot. Aim left of the hole on your next shot to avoid the bunkers right of the green and a possible kick off the hill into the environmental area.
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Pro Tip:This, the toughest par three on the course, demands a mid to long iron shot that must carry over a creek and environmental area to a green nestled into a hill protected by a deep bunker in front.
Pro Tip:A long accurate drive left of a large fairway bunker will leave a medium length pitch to a putting surface divided by a ridge running through the middle of the green.
Pro Tip:The ideal landing area is the 150-yard marker, keep left to avoid a kick off the hill on the right into an environmental area. Short of the 150-marker makes your approach blind and downhill to a green protected in front by a bunker and surrounding trees.
Pro Tip:Keep your tee shot left of centre on this straight away hole to give you a clear view of the green which lies between pine trees on the right and bunkers on the left. Don’t be long as the green falls away in the back.
Pro Tip:This dogleg right consists of water and bunkers on the left and out of bounds and bunkers on the right leaving you no choice but to be accurate with your tee shot. Your second shot into the green could be treacherous if you go right or long as there is a steep slope.
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Pro Tip:This par three hosts a green that is long and narrow and requires a well hit tee shot. Right of the green is protected by deep bunkers while the left side leaves a slippery pitch to a green that slopes away.
Pro Tip:A straight away par five that starts with a downhill tee shot should be played left of the pond. When hitting into the green, bunkers and a steep bank with a pond below await. The green has three narrow tiers making for challenging pin placements.
Pro Tip:A long tough dogleg left has a landing area with two fairway bunkers on the left and environmental hazard to the right. Second shots are usually a mid to long iron…keep in mind that you don’t want to be long or right of the green.
Pro Tip:With a unique split fairway, this pretty par four can be dangerous. A tee shot right of the lower fairway will put you in the hazard. Left will leave you with a severe downhill lie. Your approach shot must carry the environmental area and bunker in front of this two level green.
Pro Tip:This slight dogleg left plays long and should be played to the left side to avoid a bad kick off the hill on the right into the environmental area. Your approach shot plays slightly downhill to a large green sloping left to right.
Pro Tip:Club selection is very important here, this hole sits high on a hill and is affected dramatically by the wind. Tee and green are separated by a waste bunker while a clover leaf bunker guards the right hand side of this two-tiered putting surface. Miss left and you’ll find yourself at the bottom of a large slope.
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Pro Tip:A wide fairway begins this par five that narrows all the way to a multi-tiered green that lies between trees on the left and bunkers front right.
Pro Tip:The tee shot is downhill to a fairway that slopes left around the lake. The ideal tee shot is to the right of the fairway. The approach must be accurate to a plateau green guarded in front and left by water and to the right by trees. Should your tee shot stray left, laying up short and right of the green is your best option.