1A 573 yard par five with slight dog leg rightOne of the most open fairways on the course especially for the second shot. A left to right tee shot is ideal due to the penalizing fairway bunkers residing on the left side of theLarge pine trees line the left side which helps give the hole its shape. A fairway bunker on the left strategically situated about 100 yards from the green should be avoided as the2A 356 yard par four, this hole is beautiful and seemingly benign but is deceptively difficult.The tee box is somewhat elevated and the shorter length of the hole is offset by the tree lined fairway which provides a relatively tight landing zone. The fairway slopes from righThe green is surrounded by bunkers that can be difficult to get out of while holding the green. The green slopes from right to left fairly dramatically the further left you land. F3At 442 yards, this par four is long with a few surprises.Many players with home course knowledge tend to aim at the 150 yard marker on the left side of the fairway.Ideally the ball will follow the slope and come to rest in the middle or the right side of the fairway. A fairway bunker somewhat hidden from view via the tee box may catch shots p4A 405 yard par four with a tree lined hill sloping down the left side and trees lining the right side.A fairly generous landing zone is better played down the left middle over a small dale noting that shorter hitters will land into the side of the hill leaving a longer and potentiaPlaying a high shot over the right side bunkers and red oak, or a left to right shot around them may be necessary depending upon the position of your drive and the position of the 5A 231 yard par three from an elevated tee box looks out over a water hazard that is well short of the green and should not come into play.The hole is protected by three sand bunkers and one grass bunker. Shots wide left or right will land in the midst of the trees lining this hole. Shots misjudged long will fall downThe wind factor is key in playing this hole. If the wind is blowing in any direction it can compress through trees surrounding the hole and swirl into your shot. The green has comp6A 398 yard par four requires accuracy from the tee.A narrow landing area is also guarded by sand bunkers on the left side and trees lining the natural growth and rock laden hill protecting the right. Shots pulled too far left of thThe green has two distinct levels and is deceptively large due to the line of sight so club selection is key on the second shot as being long may result in negotiating the downhill7At 518 yards, this par five dog leg left is theoretically reachable in two shots.This hole represents the lowest point on the golf course with a tee box carved into a tree lined shoot. Wind certainly factors into this hole and can bring the water immediately inThe second shot may be tempting to have a go at eagle but note the severe change in elevation required to hit the green in calculating your yardage. In addition, water is in play a8Multiple tee box options provide a variety of possible shots on this maximum 226 yard par three.In fact, the shortest tee option shifts the yardage by 100 yards to 126. Played from the back tees this is a long par three with a carry over water with little room for error to thBecause of the carry factor, there is really no place to “miss” on this hole noting the severe slope which makes this green feel much like an island. Being long results in a se9The ninth hole is a 391 par four which slopes from the right to left as you move down the fairway.A long fairway bunker stands in the way of tee shots looking to shorten the hole on the left side. The fairway will carry the ball from right to left. As with number two, the fun r10The shortest of the par three holes, at 187 yards from the back tee this hole plays downhill from an elevated tee into a green guarded by three bunkers and ponds on either side.Wind judgment adds to the considerations for this hole given that directly in back of the green is a rock outcropping which can penalize a shot played long. The front right portion11This 397 yard par four begins with a tee shot over a small water hazard and high fescue to a landing area slightly uphill with a group of fairway bunkers protecting the right side.Longer hitters would opt hit the ball right to left landing left of the fairway bunkers to take advantage of a better viewpoint to the green. The eleventh green is an upside down sand presents quite a challenge for players even after reaching this green in regulation. Two bunkers protect the front left and right side of the green. Pin placements on the outer12A 518 yard par five which provides opportunities to assess risk and reward. The tee shot is played into a rising fairway and depending upon length, players have two options.The second shot can either be a mid iron played along the fairway to the landing area for the regulation play or it is possible to cut the hole left to attempt reaching the green iBoth efforts are completely blind. Shots played along the fairway will find trouble if played too far right or left. Playing from the landing area leaves you a short iron into a wi13A 212 par three playing from an almost hidden elevated tee box from the black tees.Water guards the right side of the carry with bunkers protecting the right side of the green and the back left. This hole location represents Connecticut Golf Club’s own version This factor must be evaluated to ensure a quality shot into this green. Watch the water flow in determining your wind direction. The green slopes from back to front and towards the14The last of the par fives, this 504 yard hole plays out of a shoot to a fairway that slopes from left to right.The perfect tee shot will end up down the left side providing a legitimate opportunity to go for the green in two. Shots played to the right side of the hole will likely have to laGreenside bunkers remain out of view from the second shot providing an element of risk to those attempting to reach in two. A left to right shot is required to hit this green in tw15A 359 yard par four, the fifteenth hole has all the elements of a truly great golf hole.The elevated tee box provides a view of the entire hole and its O-Bstacles. There is water short and left and bunkers along the fairway on both sides and protecting the green.These bunkers are deep and challenging to exit such that you end up on the green in regulation. The shorter length combined with the elevated tee provides an opportunity to take a 16A 368 yard par four with yet another elevated tee box. This hole demands accuracy but guarantees no rewards for execution.The tee shot is played to a narrow landing area with a fairway which slightly slopes off the hill it is built into from the left and rises up to the green. Bunkers come into play oTee shots lost to the right will find a dramatic slope down to a collection area near a pond. This green has four tiers and cannot be fully viewed from any vantage point on the fai17A 387 yard par four plays fairly straight with bunkers protecting the right side fairway against short tee shots.The only place to miss is to the 18th fairway right of the hole. Bunkers protect the right and left and back left portions of the green. The green itself slopes from front to back 18Hole 18 [ Grind ] A 427 yard par four provides a dramatic finishing opportunity playing gradually uphill almost all the wayA bunker sits quietly short of the fairway on the left side collecting any poorly played shots short and left.The remaining left side is risky because it slopes down a hill into a series of trees all along the fairway to the green. Bunkers guard the left side and back left of the green rea
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