Hole By Hole
Pro Tip: A very long slightly uphill straight away par 5. The key to this three shot par five is leaving your approach shot below the hole as this green is severely sloped back to front.
Pro Tip: This par 4 has a slight dog leg right. You are faced with an elevated tee shot into a fairway gulley landing area. Towering poplar trees run along each side of the fairway. A severely sloped green from back to front is what you face next. Going long here is not an option.
Pro Tip: The 3rd hole is a sharp difficult dog leg left. You are faced with a very difficult tee shot on this par 4. You must clear the towering poplar trees to reach the fairway. If you come up short or go through the fairway you will be chipping back to the fairway.
Pro Tip: Short Par 4! This dog leg left can play as one of the easier holes on the course if you hit the fairway. The green is severely sloping from back to front and from right to left making putting a challenge on this hole!
Pro Tip: Straight away! This shorter par 4 is dead straight with tall trees on each sides of the fairway along with many fairway bunkers. A well placed tee shot is most important here!
Pro Tip: The tee shot on this risk reward par 5 should be aimed at the clubhouse in the distance with trouble lurking left and right. From here the long hitter may reach the green but be aware of hazards that are left, right, and long of the the green. For a second shot lay-up aim slightly left of the evergreen in the middle of the fairway.
Pro Tip: This is a uphill long par 3. This par 3 can play up to 215 yards over water, uphill, into a small green with bunkers surrounding it. 3 is a great score here!
Pro Tip: This is a long dog leg left par 4. It can play up to 450 yards. You are faced with a downhill tee shot with water on your left. The green is a two tiered green making your second or third shot placements challenging!
Pro Tip: The front 9 finishing hole is an up hill par 3 over water with out of bounds on the right side. This big green is sloped from back to front with bunkers surrounding it.
Pro Tip: The 10th hole is a medium length par 4, dog leg right. The green slopes from front to back and is guarded with bunkers on both sides of the green.
Pro Tip: You are faced with an up hill tee shot on this shorter dog leg left par 4. High wild grasses grow on each side of the fairway making your tee shot critical. You are then faced with a down hill 2nd shot into a narrow wide green, which is surrounded with bunkers.
Pro Tip: This par 5 dog leg right demands accuracy off the tee. With newly planted trees on the right side of the hole it has drastically changed. The green is sloped from back to front and is surrounded with bunkers.
Pro Tip: This 185 Yard par 3 demands a well placed shot. Bunkers surround the green that slopes from back to front with many hidden subtle breaks. Depending on the South Saskatchewan winds this hole could play 2 or 3 clubs shorter or longer!
Pro Tip: The 14th hole is a dog leg right with newly planted trees and wild grasses defending the right side of the fairway. Water on the left side of the fairways defends against the long hitters trying to cut the corner. A front right bunker guards this fast, back to front sloping green.
Pro Tip: Par 5 dog leg left. This 5 par demands an accurate tee shot. Trees and high wild grasses run along both sides of the fairway. A fairway bunker on the right side of the hole can get in the way of a poorly placed lay up. The green slopes from back to front with bunkers surrounding it!
Pro Tip: This ignorant 180 yard par 3 demands an accurate tee shot. The 16th green has many hidden undulations and is surrounded by bunkers.
Pro Tip: Solid dogleg right par 4 with the river running down the right side. A long straight or slightly faded drive will leave a mid to long iron to large back to front sloping green. Be aware of the bunkers short and left of the green which is not visible from the fairway.
Pro Tip: Not a long par 4 but may be the most difficult on the golf course. A drive of around 210 yards will leave an approach shot of between 150 to 190 yards. The second shot is played over water to a small green surrounded by water on all sides. Local players will take one less club on approach shot as this will leave the best chance for an up and down par.