The following hole descriptions illustrate the play of the Golf holes
A good straight starting hole from an elevated tee playing downhill. The fairway is sloping to the right and a fair sized green. A green side bunker guards the right side.
A demanding tee shot to a narrow fairway is what golfers will see from an elevated tee. A sharp dog leg left awaits a go-for- broke second shot. The safe lay-up shot will be the way to play and then a high iron will be struck to a small green with a large bunker on the left and big trouble if one is too long.
The first of the par 3ís is a medium length hole that will play from an elevated tee.
One of the longest par 4ís that plays with a slight dog leg right. A mid iron to the green with 3 strategically placed bunkers surrounding the green.
The longest of the par 5ís with emphasis on the tee shot from an elevated tee over a ravine. The golfer can place the next shot left or right of birch trees strategically placed in the center of the fairway. A high iron struck to an elevated green fronted by small bunker will test the skills of any golfer.
This dog leg right will be influenced by the wind that blows from Trinity Bay. The approach shot to the green should be a mid to high iron with only a bunker on the right side to consider. Do not be long on the shot to the green.
This par 3 will prove to be the most challenging as the winds blow off Pitcherís Pond and will always have to be considered in the placing of the shot.
A dog leg left the plays adjacent to Pitcherís Pond will influence your tee shot. The wind off the pond will come into play for most of your shots.
A shorter length par 4 on the score card but the hill from the fairway landing area to the green will add an extra 2 club lengths due to the over 20 meters elevation change.