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    Gold Nine Scorecard

Large changes in elevation and some of our most mature holes highlight the Gold Nine offering.  Driving up to the first tee, you will notice a large drop off to the first green with nothing between you and a great score except a large pine tree on the right.  Shape your drive around the tree to set yourself up for a great scoring opportunity.  After a straightforward, uphill par three, it is back to another elevated tee where you can unleash your drive on a manageable par five.  Be mindful of the green or a three putt can spoil a great approach.  The fourth is one of our signature holes where an elevated green tests your shot making and putting ability.  Don't be afraid to use the hill as a backboard for attacking the pin.  The next three holes offer some great scenery while testing your ability to keep the ball on the tree lined fairways.  The eighth hole is our most well known and most talked about holes.  An uphill, dogleg, par five, it will test your ball striking as well as your patience.  Just remember to take it one shot at a time and not get ahead of yourself, or your score might get ahead of where you want it to be.  The final hole is straight ahead but make sure to hit it over the hill if possible to use the slope for a much shorter approach shot into a crowned green for the final birdie of the day.

If you are making the turn, click on the RED or WHITE description, otherwise we will see you in the clubhouse for a cold drink and warm atmosphere to chat about your round.

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