1Our opening hole presents a great opportunity to begin your round with a good score. This picturesque par 4 has significant elevation changes which add to the challenge. The valley2A solid par 4 that requires a good drive to have a realistic chance at par. From the elevated tee the hole bends to the right at the 150 yard marker and climbs 15 feet to a three t3Long hitters can try to cut the corner, giving them a short second shot and a chance at birdie, but be careful of the O.B down the right side of the fairway. The elevated putting s4It might be the shortest hole on the course but don't let its length fool you. This narrow, two-tiered green can make for a difficult putt if your tee shot is not accurate. The gre5The widest fairway on the course will kick tee balls to the right consistently adding length to this relatively short par 4. The walk from the landing area will emphasize the ascen6This is a tough one! You must make an accurate tee shot from the sky tees on this dogleg right par 4. A pair of huge willows on the right block any reasonable attempt to carry the 7This mid length par 3 features an irregular shaped green measuring at over 50 yards in length. The length of the green combined with the valley’s swirling winds can make club sel8A slight dog leg left which will reward a good drive with a birdie opportunity. The fairway slopes to the left in the landing area which kicks the ball towards the tall stand of tr9A straight away par 4 which normally plays much longer than its yardage because of the wind. Trees line the right side and we see the Credit River for the 4th time in 4 holes. The 10The 10th hole is the longest par 4 on the course at 480 yards from the back tees. A generous landing area awaits a well struck drive that must carry the Credit River. The right sid11Arguably one of the finest par 3s in the country. The long narrow green is framed by the Credit River to the right and steep cliffs of the valley to the left and back. From the bac12The par-4 12th hole is a gentle dogleg left. However, there is nothing gentle about the tee shot. The landing area is guarded on the right by a lateral hazard and on the left by de13The final par 5 on the course is your last good chance at birdie. You drive out of a chute to a sloped landing area that pushes balls to the tall trees along the entire right side.14A challenging par 4 which sets up very nicely from the tee. The fairway dips and widens just beyond the 150 yard marker and bunkers to the left. The green is framed by giant oaks a15The 15th is a tough par 3 featuring 6 bunkers and many strategically placed mounds awaiting a poor tee shot. The large kidney shaped green has a ridge running diagonally through it16A pivotal hole for those with a good round to this point. One of the more open holes at Credit Valley gives you an opportunity to choose your weapon of choice off the tee. The fair17This dogleg left sees the final crossing of the Credit River. There are three hazards to note. Water off the tee, O.B. left and a lateral through the green. The fairway is wide and18The fairway is located 40 feet below the tee deck on this slight dogleft left finishing hole. Long hitters will have to lay back to avoid the water with mid to long irons off the t
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