1The starting hole at Biltmore is a long par 4 from an elevated tee. Tee shot must pass by the trees on the left and avoid the fairway bunker on the right. Long approach shot is nee2The second hole is a short par 4 but a difficult test. The elevated green makes the approach shot tricky. Some players will lay back with their tee shot so the second shot can be h3The third hole is a slight dogleg left with a fairway bunker guarding the left side. The trees that line both sides of the landing area penalize any wayward tee shots. The green is4The fourth hole is a long straight par 4 that usually plays into the prevailing wind. The second shot is usually blind as the hole is mostly uphill. The green slopes severely from 5The first of four par 3’s on the course plays about 160 yards to a very deep green. The four bunkers that surround the green will be a challenge for any errant approach shots. Th6The longest par 5 on the course has out of bounds along the left side of the hole and the third shot is uphill to a well bunkered green. The longer hitters may have an opportunity 7The second par 3 at Biltmore is one of the signature holes on the course. It plays 165 yards over the water and uphill to a very difficult green. The hole plays longer because of t8This downhill par 4 is relatively short hole but is very tight. It is guarded by a bunker in the landing area and trees to the right and left of the fairway. The green is small and9The last hole on the front nine is a par 4 that plays uphill to a very challenging green. Approach shots must be kept underneath the hole as three putt is very likely if the shot i10The tenth hole is a short and narrow par 4. The trees on the right and the fairway bunker on the left make the tee shot a challenge. The green is protected by three bunkers and put11The dogleg right par 4 gives the player a lot of decisions off the tee. The water that runs through the landing area makes club selection off the tee very important. 12The shortest par 3 at Biltmore is surrounded by three bunkers and is green is difficult to hit and very severe. Good chipping and putting are important on this hole.13The longest par 4 on the course is the number 1 handicap hole. The water that runs through the landing area and the oak grove on the right makes the tee shot very difficult. The lo14The dogleg left par 4 winds around a pond which makes the tee shot very challenging. The uphill second shot is to a green which is very severe. Keeping the approach shot below the 15The last 4 holes run along the outside of the property so out of bounds left on each hole is in play. The tee shot needs to negotiate the water that crosses the fairway in the land16This downhill par 3 is the longest on the course and the green is the biggest on the course. Club selection and gauging the wind makes the tee shot very tricky. If you do land on t17This uphill par 4 is a sharp dogleg left so this can be one of the hardest on the course. The long second shot is usually into the wind and the green slopes from front to back whic18This par 5 has a down hill tee shot with an uphill third shot. The trees to the right side of the hole require accuracy on all three shots. Putting on this green is also very diffi
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