A nice opening hole; dogleg left and slightly uphill to a well bunkered green that slopes from left to right.
#2 is a true grip it and rip it hole. The generous fairway is guarded by bunkers on both sides. As with most of the holes at GCC, the green can be tricky so don’t short side yourself on your approach shot.
A par four with about 160 yard second shot. If the pin is to the front of this large green it’s between two large traps with very little room for error.
Pin to the left, no problem. Pin to the right, big problem.
An easy par 5 provided you miss the pond and green side bunkers; otherwise it’s an easy double bogie. A good drive that hugs the pond will give you a good shot at birdie.
A tough par three. This is the start of the Country Clubs amen corner. There is a rumor that there is another “Amen corner” on some other course but it can’t be any tougher than this one.
It takes a real good poke to the top of the ridge on this par five. The shot better be to the right to have a shot down the fairway to a well bunkered green.
One more good poke off the tee is needed. After that, a little sand, a little water and a tough green to putt. These three holes can put some big numbers on your card in a hurry. (been there, did that.)
It looks easy standing on the tee, but for some reason its tough to par. A good play is one more iron for the second shot because the green is slightly up hill.
Fairway bunkers and a well bunkered tough putting green makes this hole one of the toughest pars on the course.
The green slopes left to right. You can get some very scary putts on this very fast green.
With the tee in the open, it makes it seem as if you’re hitting down a funnel on this par five. It’s not that bad but it does play with your mind and nerves.
A very short par 4 and it’s a favorite. A well guarded tough putting green on a hole that tests your short game skills. This hole is a lot harder to par than the yardage leads you to believe.
Bunkers to the right of the green tend to attract golf balls and ruin good shots.
IF, you can get a good drive to the left in the fairway and short of the bunker you have and easy short iron to the green on this dog-leg left.
A long par four. You will be hitting long irons into a well bunkered green that makes this hole one of the toughest to bag a par on. Not only that, but the green is not the easiest to putt either.
The green is the tough part of this hole. It slopes away from you and getting close to a pin in the front part of the green is a real challenge.
Almost a carbon copy of number nine. This one also takes an extra iron on the second shot.