Mountain Greens Golf Course
|Par: 4||Blue: 396||White: 381||Gold: 365||Red: 297|
A tee shot played with a long iron or fairway metal that favors the left-side is ideal. An accurate approach played to the proper section of the green should assure an opening par.
|Par: 5||Blue: 501||White: 487||Gold: 365||Red: 297|
Playing this tree lined par 5 in three shots will give a player the best chance to make birdie. A second shot laid up short of the 100 yard marker will provide a better view of the well-bunkered, undulating green.
|Par: 4||Blue: 366||White: 351||Gold: 327||Red: 290|
On this elevated green it is essential to find the correct tier to have a chance for par. Add one to two clubs for a back pin placement.
|Par: 4||Blue: 401||White: 394||Gold: 372||Red: 315|
A very tight and demanding hole. Accuracy is crucial throughout this hole so taking the proper club to find the fairway and green will improve your chance for par.
|Par: 3||Blue: 188||White: 180||Gold: 162||Red: 144|
A medium length par 3 with a very deep green. It could require two more clubs to reach a back pin placement.
|Par: 5||Blue: 475||White: 453||Gold: 420||Red: 379|
The creek that separates the fairway swallows many tee shots. Laying up short of the creek and playing the hole as a three shot, par 5 will give you the best chance for birdie.
|Par: 4/5||Blue: 427||White: 414||Gold: 396||Red: 354|
The number one handicap hole requires a very demanding tee shot. A second shot, carrying the creek will require an extra club or two to reach a back pin placement.
|Par: 3||Blue: 170||White: 140||Gold: 110||Red: 73|
Our signature hole features an uphill par 3 to a well-bunkered green. Make sure to take enough club to clear the "M" bunker short of the green for a well-earned par.
|Par: 4||Blue: 355||White: 331||Gold: 275||Red: 257|
A short dogleg left par 4. Hitting a long iron or hybrid to find the fairway is the preferred play. This leaves a mid-iron into a deep undulating green.
|Par: 4||Blue: 363||White: 316||Gold: 292||Red: 277|
This short, dogleg right par 4 is a great hole to start your inward nine. A generous fairway leads to a large green sloping back to front.
|Par: 3||Blue: 142||White: 134||Gold: 112||Red: 92|
Our shortest par 3 features an uphill tee shot guarded by a large bunker short of the green. A miss to the right is your only bail out.
|Par: 4||Blue: 347||White: 309||Gold: 302||Red: 283|
Options abound on our most scenic par 4. A well-placed tee shot avoiding the three fairway bunkers can lead to an easy birdie.
|Par: 5||Blue: 500||White: 489||Gold: 430||Red: 383|
A challenging par 5 that is reachable in two for the longer hitters. A target placed behind the green will align you on this blind second shot.
|Par: 4||Blue: 376||White: 352||Gold: 313||Red: 301|
A straight forward par 4 that requires an accurate tee shot. A well-placed drive favoring the left-side will leave you with a mid iron to a slender green.
|Par: 4||Blue: 352||White: 338||Gold: 314||Red: 231|
A sharp dogleg left par 4. A draw or hook tee shot plays well to this two-tiered fairway. An uphill approach shot missing the green right will almost assure a bogey.
|Par: 3||Blue: 190||White: 176||Gold: 151||Red: 137|
Accuracy is a premium on our longest par 3. A tee shot to an elevated green favoring the right-side should funnel to the putting surface.
|Par: 5||Blue: 479||White: 465||Gold: 440||Red: 426|
A narrow, downhill par 5 that slopes from the right to the left. A tee shot favoring the right-side should stay in the fairway leaving a reachable second shot and a chance for birdie.
|Par: 5||Blue: 415||White: 377||Gold: 358||Red: 252|
A tee shot from an elevated tee box will find a generous fairway waiting. Birdies are plentiful if you avoid the lone bunker around this small green.