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 Player Comments for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2008
This lists the last 20 player comments for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2008
Jim Beam Creek
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 1:35:50 PM
third fantasy course played today that looks real : with wide tree-lined fairways, big lakes and quite a few doglegs, this par 72 plays very smoothly.
on the front 9, i like the right dogleg par-4 2nd hole, with a big bunker in front of the green, the picturesque par-5 6th hole, with a meandering creek on the left side, the par-3 8th, quite nice with a small lake in front, and two big bunkers around the green, and the par-4 9th hole, with a nice open view of the lake around the green.
coming back, the right dogleg par-4 10th hole is worth mentioning with a big lake near the tee box and a creek running along the fairway on the right side, just like the left dogleg par-5 11th hole, with the green and the open view, similar to the 9th hole.
after teeing off from the par-3 16th hole, quite nice with flowers on the right side of the tee box, the par-5 17th, slightly curved to the right, will challenge you with water in front of the green. as for the par-4 18th hole, it is nice with the lake on the left side.
overall, with nice plantings and smooth fairways and greens, you should score well on this course, which is not the most challenging one, done by ron717, but it is, as usual, well-designed...

Rabbit Run Country Club
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 11:01:08 AM
after just finishing reviewing the edgewood park golf club 2011, i found out that chadlegend had designed only one other course, five months earlier, so i ran like a... rabbit to play this one !
needless to say, after being near the lake tahoe, the scenery at coeur d'alene is another beauty : with mountains filled with trees, gorgeous plantings and your usual amount of lakes and ponds, this par 72 plays very nicely and is beautiful to look at.
right off the bat, the left dogleg par-4 1st hole is very pretty with the tee box set between two very high trees and a fairway getting narrower as you get close to the sligthly elevated green. the next noticeable hole is the left dogleg par-5 4th, quite scenic with all those bunkers spread on the fairway, left and right, and its elevated green.
the short par-4 5th hole is gorgeous too, with its very narrow, and slightly elevated, fairway, its big lake on the left side with its long bridge, and a very nice green with red and white flowers all around.
after the right dogleg par-4 6th hole, where you will need to hit a big big tee shot over the lake, i like the very picturesque par-3 7th hole, with a steep elevated green, surrounded by bunkers and the lake below on the right side.
other holes worth mentioning are the par-4 8th, similar to the 6th, with a downhill green (quite small), and the par-5 9th hole, a pretty straight narrow fairway, with a little creek across but with a nice view (flowers, clubhouse) near the green.
the back 9 has some great-looking holes too, starting with the sharp dogleg par-4 11th, with a lake on the left side, followed by the par-3 14th, nice with a shallow wasteland in front and its green surrounded by bunkers.
the last four holes are nice : the right dogleg par-4 15th is quite scenic with bunkers all across the fairway and near the elevated green, the par-3 16th hole has its green on a hill on the other side of the lake, and the par-4 17th is a right dogleg with the lake on the right.
but the best hole might be the... last, the par-5 18th, simply gorgeous, with beautiful flower beds on the right side and bunkers on the left of a twisted fairway, leading to the slightly elevated green, near the clubhouse.
just like at edgewood park, chadlegend designed another gorgeous "fantasy" course (which looks so real !) with, once again, short par-5 holes, giving you eagle opportunities, narrow fairways, plenty of water hazards, a few elevation changes and a very nice landscape to look at.
like many other players, i just wished he could have designed some more...
Edgewood Park Golf Course 2011
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 9:26:28 AM
after stonewood, designed by sammy08, here is another fantasy course that could easily be in the real category, with its beautiful mountainous panorama, nice plantings, narrow fairways, water hazards and "sports" complex (with tennis courts and... two "soccer" - or football for the purists - fields).
the front 9 starts with a nice par-4 1st hole, with a pond near the green, followed by the left dogleg par-5 2nd, with big bunkers (with high grass in the middle) on the right of the narrow fairway, just like on the par-4 3rd hole, going in the opposite direction.
after a par-3 5th hole, not difficult but with a nice overview with a lake behind the green, you will reach my favorite hole, the right dogleg, par-4 8th, quite scenic with tennis courts on the right and a gorgeous island green, with a nice wooden retaining wall around it and bridges on both sides. the par-4 9th hole is also worth mentioning, slightly bending to the left with an elevated green and the complex behind.
on the back 9, the par-4 10th hole is similar to the 8th as you come back to that gorgeous island green. the next two holes are interesting too : the par-3 12th, with its sligthly elevated green and a beautiful winding road on the right, and the par-4 13th, slightly curved to the right with nice roads near the green and two soccer fields further to the right.
after the dogleg par-4 15th hole, with a lake on the right, you will reach two of the most scenic holes on this course : the right dogleg par-5 16th, with a lake across the fairway, not far from the green and, back the other way, the par-3 17th, with a tee shot over the lake and its gorgeous "edgewood" sign made with beautiful flowers behind the flag !
finally, the dogleg par-4 18th hole, with the lake on the left side, will provide you with a nice finish, making this course very enjoyable and a definite keeper, thanks to the very nice work done by chadlegend...
StoneWood
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 5:10:01 AM
this fantasy course is quite nice with its small-mountain panorama and lake and it has a real down-to-earth look with its design : nothing fancy, but plantings are well done and with a few water hazards, this par 72 plays very smoothly and is very enjoyable.
my favorite holes are the short par-5 4th and 6th, where you will have eagle opportunities and the left dogleg par-4 9th, with a small pond and a bridge near the tee box and the slightly downhill slope to the green.
the back 9 starts with the par-10th hole, a long right dogleg, slightly downhill, and continues with the par-3 12th hole, not too difficult but nice with a half-moon-shaped bunker in front of the green with a small lake behind. i also like the dogleg par-4 15th hole, with sand all around the lake on the left side and a slightly downhill green, and the par-3 16th, with its horseshoe-shaped bunker around the green and the lake behind.
sammy08 designed a very good course that could have been classed as real, as you will find out once you download it !
Golfplatz Oberallgau
BJMac
Australia
Member Since: 8/27/2020
Course Comments: 275
Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 2:38:19 AM
great little course, very attractive to the eye, with an enjoyable and varied layout. i didn't find it a demanding track, with little about to bring you undone except the elevation changes (or poor play of course) - but it's a beaut one for that relaxed round with mates or to give your skills a solid workout, thanks to that variety. fave hole was the par 5 5th, with a terrific risk-reward element if you play it right. awesome design, cheers!
Downtown at Sylven Glen GC
BJMac
Australia
Member Since: 8/27/2020
Course Comments: 275
Sunday, February 28, 2021 @ 11:36:33 PM
well now, isn't this something special. incredible-looking course with awesome realism and a cls that, as mentioned, is a real milestone for this 13 years-young game. and i must say the layout too is superb - just top 'quality' one-shotters throughout. no faves - i loved every hole - but i couldn't believe it when i aced the first, right off the bat, with a 5 iron into the breeze.. then almost repeated it with a 9 iron on the back. so a wee soft spot for 1 & 10 hehe.. it's a real blast to play and huge kudos to quietly, this is a work of tw art. cheers!
Heart of Africa
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Sunday, February 28, 2021 @ 2:13:27 PM
after playing this course, i am totally exhausted ! with no paths anywhere, you will end up carrying your own golf bags through very high and thick grass, trying to reach small fairways far apart from each other, while praying that crocodiles and elephants will keep basking in the sun...
welcome to cello's fantasy world ! with his wild imagination, this par 72 is quite scenic with its gorgeous sun-lit mountain panorama and wide open space. a lot of holes look very nice and other... unreal, yet they end up being quite playable despite all the obstacles in the way (trees, huge rocks, water hazards), provided, of course, that you hit close-to-perfect shots !
standout holes include the steep uphill par-4 1st and the par-3 2nd, very scenic with the mountains as a backdrop, a small pond in front of the green, and two not-so-friendly... crocodiles (don't wear lacoste polo shirts near them !).
the next few holes are quite challenging : the uphill par-5 3rd, where you will hop from one small fairway to another, with a pond in the middle and a tiny green, the par-4 4th, with its tiny island green surrounded by a small cliff, and the par-3 5th, where the small green is hidden by trees.
the green of the scenic par-5 6th hole seems unreachable on your second shot, but if you land your ball in the small fairway, away from the bushes and trees, you can reach it with a huge shot over the wide lake and you will be rewarded with the sight of 4 flamingos nearby...
then, after playing the nice par-3 8th hole, with its green hidden by trees, you will reach the par-5 9th, with its small fairway far apart from the elevated green... too far to reach on your second shot. your only chance, then, is to land your ball in the high rough to avoid being in the bushes and around the trees guarding the green.
the back 9 starts with a “funny” sight on the uphill par-4 10th, with big-paw-shaped bunkers after you hit your tee shot. then, if the next three holes look unplayable, at first glance, they are not... if you hit precise shots : the par-5 12th is a dogleg to the left (with two elephants standing below the elevated green), the par-4 13th is slightly downhill with huge rocks blocking the view of the fairway and the green, and the par-3 14th, quite scenic, has an elevated green surrounded by big rocks in the middle of nowhere !
if the par-5 15th hole is nice, with two huge rocks in the middle of the fairway, and a downhill green (with an elephant near a pond on the left side), the right dogleg par-4 16th offers a gorgeous panoramic downhill view.
as for the last two holes, they are beautiful but totally different : the par-3 17th has a downhill island green, “guarded” by an elephant, whereas the par-5 18th hole has… two elephants staring at you on the very narrow downhill fairway before reaching the elevated green !
needless to say, heart of africa is something else and cello deserves a lot of credit for creating such a course that, despite its seemingly insurmontable obstacles, is a lot of fun !
Montreal Olympique SDG
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Saturday, February 27, 2021 @ 4:34:00 PM
nice course, designed by chimaera, with the gorgeous olympic stadium in montreal as the main center of attraction.
with nice plantings and a beautiful work done on the bunkers, this par 72, with its wide open look, plays very smoothly and has a few nice and challenging holes, starting with the par-4 1st and its long and twisted bunker. the par-4 2nd hole is very pretty with its view of the olympic stadium on the left, just like the par-4 6th, with a lake in front and a nice view of the stadium, once again, slightly on the left side. the other hole, worth mentioning, is the par-5 9th, a dogleg with a lake to the right near the green.
the back 9 is less scenic as the olympic stadium is less visible. nevertheless, the par-3 11th hole is quite nice with the city skyline as a backdrop, and the long par-5 12th hole is quite tough with its elevated green on top of a small rocky plateau. as for the par-5 18th hole, it is one of my favorites : it's a very long (close to 700 yards) dogleg to the left, with two ponds, one in the middle of the fairway and the other one near the elevated green, guarded by a pot bunker !
overall, this course is quite enjoyable but, unfortunately, three little displaying bugs "spoiled" my round : the first one, mentioned by other players below, is on the par-4 5th hole where, tee markers are floating near tiger woods'... head !
the second is on the par-4 17th hole, where you can clearly see a big grainy patch between the panorama and the plot. and the third, noticeable on a few holes, is the panorama itself, where a thick white line outlines most of the buildings.
minor bugs, but enough to wish for an updated version by chimaera design...
Larkhill Golf Course
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Saturday, February 27, 2021 @ 12:32:50 PM
a very nice little gem of a course, designed by john rainey, not the most well-known designer around, but very challenging and beautiful.
the first thing that you will notice is the vegetation with plenty of small bushes spread everywhere on the course, which will give you fits if you hit errant shots, as i did a few times. if you add some very sharp dogleg holes with plenty of water hazards and some... big rocks, spread along the course, this par 72 is very enjoyable to watch and play.
the first two scenic holes (the left dogleg par-4 1st and the par-4 2nd), will give you a taste of things to come, just like the gorgeous par-3 3rd hole, with lots of bushes, and an elevated green with a small stone wall on the right side.
after the left dogleg par-4 4th hole, requiring a downhill tee shot, the par-5 5th is pretty straight with a narrow fairway and bunkers on both sides (and a small pond near the green), just like the par-4 6th hole, pretty straight too, but with a downhill green and bunkers around.
the other par-3 7th hole is quite picturesque with its downhill green and plenty of bushes to deal with, whereas the sharp left dogleg par-5 8th hole, with a big lake in the middle, will leave you with a choice of hitting your tee shot either on the left or the right fairway to avoid getting wet...
as for the par-4 9th hole, with a creek running along the fairway on the left, then crossing in front of the green to the right, it is very pretty with its nice little bridge and big rocks nearby.
the back 9 is quite pretty too, starting with the par-3 10th hole, with a peninsula green covered with flowers and a very nice retaining stone wall around the lake.
after the scenic left dogleg downhill par-5 11th hole, with bushes and a small pond near the green, the next two holes, the par-4 13th and the par-4 14th, are sharp doglegs, right and left, with a big hill along the fairway on the left and the lake on the right on the latter.
other holes that stand out are the par-4 15th, with its twisted fairway and lake on the right side, the gorgeous par-3 17th hole, with an island green in the middle of a narrow but elongated lake, and the sharp right dogleg par-4 18th hole, where, once again, you might be tempted to hit your tee shot on the other fairway to the right to avoid the big lake on the left side.
hidden among hundreds of fantasy courses, larkhill is a definite keeper, combining beauty and toughness, and i will definitely take a closer look at the few other courses, designed by john rainey, who should be recognized and thanked for all his work and creativity !
Hinterland Winterland Revisited
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Friday, February 26, 2021 @ 5:22:20 PM
very nice snow-capped mountain panorama with a mixture of grass and snow around the fairways and greens, giving this course a wintery touch without being completely blanketed with snow like the gorgeous laurentian hills winter course, designed by quietly.
this par 72 has some nice holes (par-4 1st, par-5 3rd, par-4 4th hole, the scenic par-3 5th hole, with a creek running along the left side of the fairway and then twisting halfway around the green), but i slowly lost touch with reality after completing the par-4 7th, a straighforward hole with an island green and a bunker right in the middle (!), and frozen water around.
i know that this is supposed to be a fantasy course, but i found the par-5 9th hole, totally unrealistic with a huge plateau in the middle of the fairway (with a big icy pond in the middle), making it almost impossible to go around it without landing in the high rough. but the worst part was that i ended up right in front of it... and was able to hit my second shot through and, again, through icy walls further down !
needless to say, from that point on, i knew this course was not for me. i did finish it and the next few holes (11th through 15th) have very icy (?) walls all around and some are quite nice, but the "icing on the cake" was the par-4 16th hole where, on my second shot, my ball went through the remains of a castle !
i have played a few other cello courses before and knew what to expect, design-wise, but this course, despite its nice scenery, at times, and its "local" black forest touch, with three castles on the last three holes, needs some major work before being recommended...
Sand Hills GC 08 V2
golfingod
United States of America
Member Since: 2/20/2013
Course Comments: 27
Friday, February 26, 2021 @ 11:08:53 AM
one of my favorites, just the kind i like, elevation and pretty much pure golf - not so much the "eye candy" jbmac mentioned, which generally doesn't catch my eye anyway. i stay pretty focused on fairways, greens and holes, and on this course you need to do that. thanks, barry, for you work on this one.
Xanadu Island Golf Club
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Friday, February 26, 2021 @ 10:37:45 AM
does the x of xanadu stand for "xcellent" or "xtraordinary" ? this par 72 is simply awesome with, maybe, one of the most gorgeous ocean panoramas you will ever see (superb color) and with cliffs looking more real than ever !
this xanadu island course is pure "xtasy" visually, and it is very hard to concentrate with such breathtaking downhill views, especially on the front 9, as you will see right off the bat when teeing off from the gorgeous par-4 1st hole.
as you get ready for the steep downhill par-4 2nd hole, you might suspect jimbo63 of being quite fond of sailing as you will see a yacht, an old ship, some small sailing boats racing, and a lighthouse on the left side standing on visually-stunning cliffs.
the downhill par-4 3rd hole where, with a little luck, you might reach the green from the tee box, is very pretty too, with its sloped fairway and the view of a small village, facing the tee way back.
if the downhill par-5 4th hole is similar to the 1st hole, but with a dogleg to the right, the par-3 5th hole is simply gorgeous all around with the atlanta skyline (as mentioned by jimbo63), sailing boats and a big cruise ship, not to mention the lighthouse...
i also like the downhill par-5 8th hole, quite scenic too, with the view of the village in front and nice lego-shaped bunkers, just like the par-4 9th hole, with the village in front and an old castle on the right.
the back 9 is flatter on the first few holes, starting with the straightforward par-5 10th, with the castle facing the tee box (and a very narrow fairway) and continues with the par-4 13th hole, bending slightly downhill to the left, with beautiful bunkers too.
the last few holes have downhill slopes again with the left dogleg par-4 16th, having a stunning view of the ocean and the cliffs, and the par-5 18th hole, slightly going left with a big cruise ship behind the green.
needless to say, this links-style course is a masterpiece with its beautiful plantings too (plenty of gorse and bushes), its wide and lego-shaped bunkers and its great elevation work. in fact, once you have finished your round, you are dying to go back and start all over : that's how good jimbo63's course is !
Sparrows Nest Golf Club
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Friday, February 26, 2021 @ 8:53:34 AM
this is a beautiful course with a nice mountain panorama, gorgeous autumn colors, and quite a few challenging holes, where a lot of out-of-bounds areas are delimited by yellow stakes, especially on the front 9.
my favorites holes are the dogleg par-4 1st, with a lake on the right, the straight par-3 4th, with all those yellow leaves on the trees lining up the fairway, and the right dogleg par-4 7th hole where, if you have an... urgent need, you can enter the beautiful stone house on the left of the tee box and stop at the restrooms !
on the back 9, i like the left dogleg par-4 11th hole, with its small lake in front of the green, but the best and toughest holes are the last three : the scenic dogleg par-5 16th, with a lake on the left side and some wasteland in the middle, the par-3 17th, with its small green on the other bank of a lake, and the sharp dogleg par-4 18th hole, where you will need to hit a big tee shot over the wide lake before (hopefully) reaching the green on your second shot, with a nice stone clubhouse to look at.
a definite keeper in my book and, yet, this is not quietly's best course for a very simple reason : since designing this course in 2008, quietly has come a long way since, making a lot of… noise with “world premieres” designing ideas in 2021, such as moving trains (on his par-3 downtown at sylven glen gc course) or snow falling (on his laurentian winter course). so, if you like this course, wait until you see his latest ones...
Sparrows Nest Golf Club
BJMac
Australia
Member Since: 8/27/2020
Course Comments: 275
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 6:55:49 PM
excellent design, a really picturesque course, stunning on the eye with some lovely colours and textures. probably the only thing i didn't like visually was the stakes - they detracted a little from the rest of the beauty. the layout is certainly tough but not excessively penal. i played my usual (ex/dry/breezy/heavy/diff) and was never worse off than even (thankfully a solid start helped!), peaking at -3 before ending -1. so depending on your skill level, it has a good balance of difficulty. fave hole was the 11th, a really nice par 4. an awesome design and loads of fun to play - my first time around a quietly track and i'll certainly be checking out more. cheers!
Pine Valley GC
golfingod
United States of America
Member Since: 2/20/2013
Course Comments: 27
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 4:18:07 PM
one of my favorites, over the last few days i played it partially, always failing to complete the round because i hate it when i get 10 over! finally figured out you better play for wide part of the fairway or you'll end up in wicked weed behind a tree! shot 3 over, which is fine. thanks, sandsaver, just a great course visually, but also a great course to play.
Dropoff Point 21
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 8:51:35 AM
nice course wich plays well and is more challenging than expected with plenty of doglegs, subtle elevation changes and a few greens where the ball "sticks like fly paper" !
the first 3 holes are par-4 inland doglegs, with the 2nd, being quite nice with all those flower beds near the tee box and a lone tree in the way, near the green.
the most scenic holes, however, are the dogleg par-4 4th, with the ocean on the left side and a steep elevated green, and the right par-4 5th hole, with a downhill green, next to the ocean too. as for the par-4 9th hole, it is nice too, especially near the green, as you will see the lighthouse on the left, the clubhouse behind and a tennis court and a swimming pool on the right side !
the back 9 has more inland holes, such as the right dogleg par-4 11th, with its elevated green and the ocean behind, the long right dogleg par-5 12th, and the par-4 15th hole, a left dogleg, with an uphill tee shot and a downwhill green.
but the best holes, on the back 9, are the last two : the par-3 17th, quite scenic with the ocean on the left side, and big rocks in the middle, and a tee shot over the cliffs, and the par-4 18th, a left dogleg requiring a big tee shot over the ocean before reaching the green on your approach shot, with the lighthouse on the left side and the clubhouse to the right.
overall, this par 72 is very pleasant to look at and play, thanks to bobby's designing talent. so, why don't you... drop by at dropoff point and check it out ? you won't be disappointed !
Biddlestone Lakes
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 6:35:42 AM
this course has a gorgeous snow-capped mountain panorama, lots of bushes, very high rough and quite a few canyons, hills and, of course, lakes !
with its nice plantings and beautiful scenery, this par 71 plays very smoothly but you will really have to concentrate to avoid hazards if you don't want to have nightmares, trying to get out...
on the front 9, i like the very scenic par-4 2nd hole, with the lake crossing the fairway to go to the right side, the left dogleg par-4 3rd, where you will have to hit your tee shot over the lake and your second shot to the left, and the right dogleg par-4 4th hole, with its narrow fairway near the green.
the back 9 has some nice holes too, starting with the dogleg par-5 12th, with the lake on the right side, but my favorite holes are the very scenic (and tough) right dogleg par-4 17th, with a big canyon on the right side, and the par-4 18th hole, quite scary too, with a tee shot over the canyon and its nice green next to the clubhouse and the parking lot.
well designed, as usual by jimbo63, pleasant to look at, and quite challenging with some tough pin placements, biddlestone lakes is a definite keeper !
Biddlestone Lakes
BJMac
Australia
Member Since: 8/27/2020
Course Comments: 275
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 3:30:56 AM
another brilliant jimbo creation, an excellent track with a very pleasant layout. this one is a tad easier than some other 'jimbos' out there (eg, denton, abbotsbury) with the greens particularly being relatively friendlier. still a decent level of challenge though - the fairways slope all over the place and the pins can be awkward, so there's an emphasis on good shot placement and club selection.. and the rough can be deadly. it looks fantastic, plays true, and is a joy to get around - loved it, superb stuff. cheers!
Barnegat Bay Golf Club
BJMac
Australia
Member Since: 8/27/2020
Course Comments: 275
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ 8:53:27 PM
wonderful design and a really great course. love the layout here, it's very natural and a genuine challenge - some tough pins and greens to deal with and most landing areas require sharp accuracy. the course has a beautiful feel to it - very picturesque and serene - and i particularly like the pano. all up it's a tough beast to be sure (i staggered in with +1 on ex/dry/breezy/diff) but a very enjoyable track in a lovely setting - top-notch design. cheers!
Royal New Arlington
Holein1
France
Member Since: 7/2/2009
Course Comments: 679
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ 3:51:08 AM
this magnificent links course set amidst rolling hills, with nice fences along some fairways, a lone wooden cabin as the "center of attraction", surrounded by a few trees, and a gorgeous mansion, could be a gem... except for the big grainy gap between the panorama and the plot, visible on a few holes (1st on the left side, 10th and 15th on the right).
that "displaying bug" aside, this par 72 has everything you can "ask" for on a links course : undulated fairways, high rough, a few deep bunkers and a couple of tricky greens with little slopes.
my favorite holes on the front 9 are the right dogleg par-5 2nd, quite hilly, the par-4 3rd, with its gorgeous view of the mansion near the green, the par-3 5th, slightly downhill, with nice fences on the right side of the fairway, and the right dogleg par-5 9th hole, quite scenic with its rollercoaster fairway and fences on the right side.
the back 9 has some nice holes too : the right dogleg par-4 10th hole, with an elevated green and the right dogleg par-5 11th, with its undulated and downhill fairway and that nice view of the small hut above the green.
other holes that stand out are the scenic par-4 14th, with its green at the foot of a big hill, the downhill right dogleg par-4 15th, with a blind approach shot to the green, and the left dogleg par-5 18th hole, with a small hill along the right side of the fairway and a beautiful approach shot to reach the green and the mansion behind.
very well designed by herschel dirtwater, this course, with its beautiful scenery and challenging holes, is a definite keeper if you like links-style courses !
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