Men’s Handicap 7
Women’s Handicap 7
The first hole is a straight forward par 4. The fairway has a few undulating slopes. A left front bunker stands guard at this two tiered green.
Men’s Handicap 9
Women’s Handicap 11
An accurate 3 wood off the tee allows you to avoid the fairway bunker on the right and the water hazard that comes into play on your approach. Two strategic bunkers guard the left side of the green, which slopes from front right to back left.
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Women’s Handicap 1
The first par 5 on the course is seriously defended with fairway bunkers. An ideal 3rd approach shot would be a short iron from the left edge of the fairway. A shot to the center is a good play for this heavily protected green.
Men’s Handicap 15
Women’s Handicap 17
An island green presents a very challenging par 3. Along with the five bunkers protecting the approach, the green’s spine has a tendency to divert any shots homing in at the flag. Exceptional putting is crucial to escaping this hole with a par.
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Women’s Handicap 5
This great par 4 offers two landing areas off the tee. A longer drive up the left side leaves you a mid iron into a very deep green. Favor the right side of the green on your approach to avoid trouble on the left.
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Women’s Handicap 3
This three shot par 5 is generous off the tee and requires a skillful placement of your approach shot. The fairway bisects leaving you two options for your 3rd approach shot. Menacing bunkers will punish any shots short or over the green.
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Women’s Handicap 9
A challenging dogleg right offers a risk reward tee shot. A long drive leaves you a short wedge into an undulating green. If you decide to play it safe, a mid to long iron shot is required to find the putting surface. Great shot making can yield birdies.
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Women’s Handicap 15
The shortest par 3 on the course provides a fair challenge. The green is flanked by 3 bunkers on the left and 3 bunkers on the right making a straight mid-iron an ideal shot. Putts will take the slope starting high on the back left side of the green down to low front right side.
Men’s Handicap 17
Women’s Handicap 13
The narrowest hole on the golf course requires utmost precision off the tee. Lake Charles awaits wayward shots to the left and a small creek runs down the entire right side of the hole. An elevated green is protected by grass mounds on both sides.
Men’s Handicap 2
Women’s Handicap 8
This par 4 is a tight dogleg left with a small creek running down both sides of the fairway. An accurate mid to short iron is required on your approach shot to a slightly elevated green. Trouble awaits any shot left or long.
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Women’s Handicap 6
This is the toughest test of all par 4’s. Finding the fairway is a must in order to hit the green in regulation. Greenside bunkers and natural wetlands fortify this elevated, two tiered green. Par is a great score.
Men’s Handicap 18
Women’s Handicap 16
The longest par 3 on the course provides a challenge to any long iron or hybrid tee shot. Five bunkers surround the green with natural wetlands fending off any mishits to the right. Get your first shot on the green and you’ve got a chance at making a birdie.
Men’s Handicap 14
Women’s Handicap 10
This short par 4 is for the taking if you can find one of two fairways off the tee. Tree lined down the right side, accuracy is rewarded on this hole. This will leave you with a short to mid iron approach shot to a treacherous deep green.
Men’s Handicap 10
Women’s Handicap 2
This uphill par 5 is the most generous hole throughout the golf course. Three great shots will warrant low scoring opportunities. A back right to front left sloping green will challenge your green reading abilities.
Men’s Handicap 16
Women’s Handicap 18
A challenging par 3 with an expansive green, the largest on the course, protected by two large front bunkers.. A well hit tee shot can get you on the dance floor. Any mishits can result in a 120 foot putt on a sloping green. Par or birdie are attainable, just bring your A+ putting game.
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Women’s Handicap 14
A tricky little uphill par 4 is well protected by numerous bunkers. This elevated two tier green can be diabolical if you misjudge the pin position.
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Women’s Handicap 4
The final par 5 on the golf course will demand three well executed golf shots. Favor the right side of the fairway as perilous bunkers extend down the left side. A green in regulation is a battle won, an easy putt is your path to a birdie or par.
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Women’s Handicap 12
The most demanding of tee shots sets up for a picturesque finish. A long carry over wetlands and bunkers should leave a straightforward shot to the green. Aim your approach shot for the left side of the green as trouble creeps in from the right.