The Oaks Course
The Oaks Course (par 72) offers over 6400 yards of narrow fairways, more water hazards, and fairways lined with Oak trees.
|70.2 / 116
|67.8 / 112
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|Great beginning hole! Can be reached in two. Avoiding the bunkers that guard both sides of the fairway. Beware, the tee points you into the trees on the right. The approach into the green can not be of the "bump and run" type. Slightly elevated green. The prevailing wind is in your face.
|If you are going to miss the tee shot--miss it to the right! Left is jail! Club selection is the key to getting it close. Green is long and narrow. Undulation from back to front causes some putting problems. Left-to-right prevailing wind.
|With the water that crosses the fairway at about 225 yards off the tee, it requires a lay-up shot. The second shot is all uphill to a green that slopes from back to front. Don't be above the hole and put back down on this one! The prevailing wind is left-to-right.
|Avoid the bunker on the left side of the fairway from the tee. Be careful on the second shot as it becomes more narrow the closer to the green you get. The prevailing wind is right-to-left.
|As customary in this course, accuracy is most important. This hole looks like a great birdie, but be careful. The driver may not be the smartest club off the tee on this one. The small green is a great target to hit with a short iron. The prevailing wind is left-to-right.
|Split fairway creates an interesting dilemma from the tee. Water runs down the center of the fairway almost all the way to the 100-yard marker. The prevailing wind is right-to-left. The second shot requires some course knowledge as it is uphill and slightly blind. Take enough club.
|Probably the hardest par 3 on either course. The prevailing wind is usually in your face. Very small green requires "pin-point" accuracy with club selection from the tee. Stay out of the green side bunker on the left
|Slight dogleg to the right. The prevailing wind is usually at your back. "Tee is high and let it fly!" Obstacle illusion can effort your second shot. Take Enough Club is so true on this hole. Green is undulated from left to right.
|Slight dogleg to the right. The prevailing wind will be at your back. Careful of the fairway bunker on the left. Favor the left center of the fairway. The second shot requires proper club selection from a certain distance. Green is undulated from left to right and from back to front.
|This hole requires a great deal of accuracy. The driver may not be the club of choice. Keep it in play and the hole is an easy birdie hole. The prevailing wind will be in your face.
|Similar to the third hole. (It parallels the third) The tee shot may be a lay-up with a mid to short iron for a second. "Bogey Creek" can be a problem for errant second shots. The prevailing wind will be from left to right.
|Don't be fooled on the card by the yardage. This severe dogleg left exemplifies what the rest of the course requires....accuracy. The smart play is to iron it off the tee. The second shot should be laid up short of the hidden pond. This will leave a third shot of about 100 yards to a small green. The prevailing wind will be in your face.
|The prevailing wind will be with you. The shot requires carrying the ball over water for most of the distance. Premium is on proper club selection. Green is wide and not deep.
|The first hole on the back with some "breathing room" off the tee. However, don't let it go right. The water can be reached with a bad tee shot. Prevailing wind will keep the ball in play. It will be in your face. Green is long, but not wide.
|The prevailing wind will be behind you. Favor the left side of the fairway. The second shot requires some thought. The green is uphill and slopes from back to front.
|The prevailing wind will be from right to left. Very narrow hole until the last 100 yards. The left-center off the tee sets up your second shot into the hole. Small green so as to be accurate with your club selection.
|With the prevailing wind working from right-to-left, this hole is not that difficult. Just remember that it runs slightly uphill, so take enough club.
|Accuracy off the tee will yield a birdie on this finishing hole. Favor the left side of the fairway and your second shot is an easy lay-up to the corner of the 90-degree dog leg right. Large green will accept any third shot that is hot on the fly. Not a green that can be reached with a bouncing shot.