A Par 5 welcomes you to the tee of the West Course. Wide open with hills and farms surrounding it, the West Course meanders along its track with picturesque holes that accent the natural beauty of the area. Don`t be decieved by the peaceful appearance however, challenging greens and approach shots make the final 4 holes on this nine give the West course of a great blend of challenge and relaxation.
Reachable in two, this 461 yard Par 5 requires you keep it on the right side of the fairway but watch out for the water. Be left on the green and you will have a good chance for a Birdie.
West’s first Par 3 can be a simple hole if you are not left or short. The green is tricky so you need to look at your putt carefully.
Water greets you on this wide open 325 yard Par 4. If you get over the water on the tee, you will have an easy shot to the small green but don’t be long or left.
A pretty Par 3 at 125 yards may appear a simple task. You must hit the green right center because if you are left and short, your ball will kick back in the drink.
This may seem like a straight forward hole, but you will find trouble on the left of this 357 yard Par 4. Accuracy is essential and you should have an easy second shot to the green.
If you stay in the left side fairway on this elegant hole at 370 yards you will have a good shot into the green, anything to the right will be blocked by trees. Don’t over club the second shot or you will be in the trees behind the green.
West gets challenging with this 345 yard dog leg left Par 4. If you go left, you may not have a shot to the green so hit your tee shot right of the 150 yard marker. Big hitters can try to fly the trees to have a chip and putt left for a Birdie.
Good Luck! You don’t want to be left or right, long or short. You must hit the green to even have a chance at a Par on this large green. This downhill Par 3 will usually play shorter than its 195 yards.