Your driver or fairway wood shot will drop 60-70 yards off this beautiful tee into the valley between the rock on the left and the trap on the right, leaving you with a short iron to the green. This green runs downhill from back to front with grass mounds on the left and a trap on the right.
This gorgeous Par 5 dogleg right runs through the valley with a creek guarding the entire right side of the hole. The green is guarded on the left by traps front and back as well as the creek on the right front. This green runs back to front and left to right.
This deceptive Par 3 dares you to go for the pin. However, the green is guarded front by a trap, left by grass mounds, right by a trap, long by the woods. Also, this green slopes right to left for all putts.
This hole goes around the mountain left to right. A good drive is necessary to set-up your second shot which should leave a short iron to this two-tiered green guarded left and right by traps. Keep your ball on the green below the hole, particularly when the pin is on the front.
Our #1 handicap hole requires a well-placed shot between the two fairway traps. This leaves an uphill shot to the green 10 yards longer than the measured distance. #6 is one of our most challenging greens.
The finishing hole on the front requires a tee shot short of the end of the fairway. A well-placed tee shot leaves a middle to short iron to the green guarded by 4 traps and a hill on the right, with an additional trap back left.
A well-placed driver or fairway wood can get you a downhill roll over the hill leaving a very short iron to this two-level green. Beware out-of-bounds both right and left of the fairway. The green is guarded by a trap left and pond on the right.
Our 13th hole is a unique Par 5, requiring a well-placed tee shot to set you up for your second shot to a landing area. Your third shot will be a short iron left and uphill to the green, which is long and narrow, running downhill left to right.
This Par 5 offers one of the most beautiful views on the course, running down through the valley after your downhill tee shot. Keep your tee shot left-center to center to properly set up your second shot. This should leave you with a short iron to the green which is placed in the trees to the right of the fairway.
If you enjoyed the view on 15, just wait until you see 16! Looking back toward Georgia, keep your tee shot left center of the fairway, hoping for a nice long roll down the hill for a shorter shot to this two-tiered green running right to left.
The tee shot on this award-winning hole demands a lot of patience. Resist going straight for the pin; instead, aim for the middle of the green. You're left with a two putt for par. While the award from Golf week is a few years old now, the challenge is as fresh as ever.
The finishing hole requires an accurate tee shot down from the hill to the fairway. Avoid the creek on the right and the Wild & Scenic Horsepasture River on the left. From here, you'll have a short iron right to the green which is guarded by a creek on the right and a natural waterfall in the background.