A premium drive on this straightaway Par 4 will set you up for a good second shot into a challenging two-tiered green.
Our signature hole at Stonehenge that features an island green. Choose your club carefully on your second shot as short or long of the green will be hazardous!
An uphill Par 3 over water that features two large grass bunkers short right of the green. Pay attention to which side of the green the pin is located because short siding yourself on this green will make for a tough par.
The Par 4 fourth hole has a slight dogleg left that features a large waste bunker that runs down the right side of the fairway, and plenty of prairie grass on the left. Many think they can carry the moguls, few ever do. The challenging two-tiered green is guarded by a large bunker on the left.
Our most challenging Par 3 that features a green with many undulations. Right or left of this green on your tee shot will definitely test your short game.
This Par 5 has a dogleg right and is the most scenic of all the Par 5’s. A good tee shot across the creek will leave you with a decision to either lay up or go for the green in two. The creek winds back around in front of the green and comes into play on your second and third shots.
Our shortest of all the Par 3’s, but very challenging. Large bunkers short and right of the green guard this very undulated green. A good tee shot is below the hole on this green.
A straightaway Par 4 that has a long waste bunker that runs down the left side of the fairway. A premium drive sets up a good shot into a two-tiered green. Be mindful of the two pot bunkers located short right of the green.
A challenging Par 5 that features twelve large, well placed bunkers. A good drive sets up a chance to get to the green in two, but missing the green to the right or left will provide you with a difficult third shot. Laying up to 100 yards will allow you to attack this green that has 4 different sections to it.
Another straightaway Par 4 with bunkering down the left side and large moguls down the right side of the fairway. A good tee shot will set you up with a great opportunity to attack the pin and begin the back side in great shape.
A great Par 5 that can be very challenging with a pond on the right, out of bounds on the left, and a pond in front of the green for your approach shot. Your second layup shot is crucial to have a chance at birdie on this hole.
For many, this is the most challenging Par 4 on the course. Big hitters must club down off the tee as the pond is very reachable. A good tee shot will set you up to go at this three-tiered green which is angled away from you. Short-siding yourself will make for a tough up and down, and a shot too far left will find its way into another small pond.
This straightforward Par 3 has bunkering left of the green. Any shot left will make for a tough par.
A sharp dogleg Par 4 where a premium drive is crucial to a good score on this hole. It has one of the toughest greens on the course, so you must pay attention to the pin placement.
Another straightaway Par 4 with trouble lurking left and right on your tee shot, and a pond to clear with your approach shot. Big hitters must club down off the tee as the pond is very reachable. The two-tiered green is guarded by a large bunker in front.
This Par 4 is one of our longest on the course. A good tee shot on this slight left dogleg will set you up for an approach shot into a very demanding green. It is very important to pay close attention to the pin location.
Elevated Par 3 that is all carry over water. Any ball landing short of the green will roll down the bank into the water, so you definitely want to hit plenty of club on your tee shot.
A dogleg Par 5 with a beautiful view of the clubhouse in the backdrop. Water runs down the right side and large moguls on the left side of the fairway. A good tee shot, and an even better second shot is important if you want to finish your round on a positive note.