THE REES JONES COURSE

THE REES JONES COURSE

  • Hole #1

    Hole #1

    Hole #1 | Par 4

    Fairway bunker steers drives to the left, but the right side provides the shortest route. Long iron and wood approach shots should favor the opening on the left side of the green. Green is small but level.

    Yardage
    Black
    442
    Gold
    404
    Combo Green
    380
    Blue
    380
    Red
    342
    Combo Yellow
    260
    White
    260
    Men's Handicap: 4   |     Ladies' Handicap: 6

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  • Hole #2

    Hole #2

    Hole #2 | Par 3

    Elevated tees provide a spectacular view of this ¾ island green. Those faint of heart should aim for the run-up area to the front left. Balls in the bunker left face a downhill shot towards the water.

    Yardage
    Black
    182
    Gold
    165
    Combo Green
    145
    Blue
    145
    Red
    125
    Combo Yellow
    93
    White
    93
    Men's Handicap: 16   |     Ladies' Handicap: 16

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  • Hole #3

    Hole #3

    Hole #3 | Par 4

    Legitimate birdie chance! Large landing area gets narrow between the fairway bunkers and the lake – check your lay-up yardage. Slope to the left allows for balls to feed onto the green from left to right.

    Yardage
    Black
    379
    Gold
    349
    Combo Green
    349
    Blue
    318
    Red
    286
    Combo Yellow
    286
    White
    247
    Men's Handicap: 12   |     Ladies' Handicap: 14

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  • Hole #4

    Hole #4

    Hole #4 | Par 5

    Plenty of room for the drive and second shot. Longer hitters need to weigh the “risk-reward” factor if going for this small green in two. Right side of the green is preferred to avoid the water.

    Yardage
    Black
    544
    Gold
    515
    Combo Green
    487
    Blue
    487
    Red
    465
    Combo Yellow
    397
    White
    397
    Men's Handicap: 6   |     Ladies' Handicap: 4

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  • Hole #5

    Hole #5

    Hole #5 | Par 4

    Hitting the fairway is vital here. Avoid the fairway bunkers, especially on the right side. This large round green slopes gently towards the front and is receptive to approach shots.
    This level green will see many long putts made.

    Yardage
    Black
    415
    Gold
    372
    Combo Green
    343
    Blue
    343
    Red
    330
    Combo Yellow
    250
    White
    250
    Men's Handicap: 10   |     Ladies' Handicap: 8

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  • Hole #6

    Hole #6

    Hole #6 | Par 4

    Strategy is key here. Drives short of the fairway bunker may be in better position than those longer and left. Longer hitters may fly the bunkers for a wedge approach. Favor the right side of this green – anything to the left will kick into the hazard.

    Yardage
    Black
    372
    Gold
    344
    Combo Green
    344
    Blue
    330
    Red
    300
    Combo Yellow
    300
    White
    263
    Men's Handicap: 14   |     Ladies' Handicap: 10

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  • Hole #7

    Hole #7

    Hole #7 | Par 3

    Awesome short par 3. The lake sneaks out to guard the right side of the green – be careful with a back right pin. Birdies can be had on this flat green.

    Yardage
    Black
    165
    Gold
    148
    Combo Green
    148
    Blue
    140
    Red
    126
    Combo Yellow
    126
    White
    110
    Men's Handicap: 18   |     Ladies' Handicap: 18

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  • Hole #8

    Hole #8

    Hole #8 | Par 5

    A classic “risk-reward” par 5. Aim at the left fairway bunker complex off the tee – longer hitters must hug the right hand bunker for a shot at the green in two. The farther down the fairway on the lay-up, the better the angle into the green. Long is better than short on this approach.

    Yardage
    Black
    582
    Gold
    560
    Combo Green
    473
    Blue
    473
    Red
    398
    Combo Yellow
    398
    White
    369
    Men's Handicap: 2   |     Ladies' Handicap: 2

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  • Hole #9

    Hole #9

    Hole #9 | Par 4

    Tee shots should finish right center for the best look at this green. Long approaches should use the slope short and left to feed balls onto the green. Watch out for water right and long.

    Yardage
    Black
    439
    Gold
    402
    Combo Green
    402
    Blue
    385
    Red
    343
    Combo Yellow
    270
    White
    270
    Men's Handicap: 8   |     Ladies' Handicap: 12

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  • Hole #10

    Hole #10

    Hole #10 | Par 4

    The ideal tee shot is at the right side of the fairway bunker. Longer hitters leave driver in the bag. Your short to mid-iron approach should be cautious as water lurks behind the back fringe. Try to find the proper level of this three tiered-green for best birdie chance.

    Yardage
    Black
    365
    Gold
    344
    Combo Green
    344
    Blue
    315
    Red
    283
    Combo Yellow
    283
    White
    260
    Men's Handicap: 9   |     Ladies' Handicap: 13

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  • Hole #11

    Hole #11

    Hole #11 | Par 4

    Favor the left center on this drive for the best view on the approach shot. Deep traps right of the green create blind bunker shots. Once on this elevated green, putts are very level.

    Yardage
    Black
    440
    Gold
    384
    Combo Green
    348
    Blue
    348
    Red
    318
    Combo Yellow
    282
    White
    282
    Men's Handicap: 5   |     Ladies' Handicap: 5

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  • Hole #12

    Hole #12

    Hole #12 | Par 4

    Position is the key to this short par 4. Tee shots should be left center to avoid being “blocked-out”. Check your lay-up yardage off the tee to avoid creek at dogleg. Left side of the green is more generous. Don’t go over this green – long is “dead”.

    Yardage
    Black
    331
    Gold
    312
    Combo Green
    312
    Blue
    303
    Red
    294
    Combo Yellow
    255
    White
    255
    Men's Handicap: 11   |     Ladies' Handicap: 7

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  • Hole #13

    Hole #13

    Hole #13 | Par 5

    Scenic par 5. Generous landing area that tapers and slants to left beyond the fairway bunker. Long hitters can try to thread the needle to reach green in two. Left side lay-up allows for best angle to the green. Bunker protects in front, but deep green gives you enough room long.

    Yardage
    Black
    536
    Gold
    501
    Combo Green
    468
    Blue
    468
    Red
    437
    Combo Yellow
    437
    White
    390
    Men's Handicap: 11   |     Ladies' Handicap: 7

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  • Hole #14

    Hole #14

    Hole #14 | Par 3

    All carry to the green. Hit enough club because balls landing short will rebound back to the water. Fairly level green should offer birdies.

    Yardage
    Black
    164
    Gold
    147
    Combo Green
    136
    Blue
    136
    Red
    113
    Combo Yellow
    95
    White
    95
    Men's Handicap: 15   |     Ladies' Handicap: 11

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  • Hole #15

    Hole #15

    Hole #15 | Par 4

    Ample fairway left. Fairway bunkers to the right may result in blind approach shots. Green slants from back left to front right so check depth of hole location. Over this green is a near impossible up-and-down.

    Yardage
    Black
    358
    Gold
    343
    Combo Green
    343
    Blue
    326
    Red
    312
    Combo Yellow
    312
    White
    271
    Men's Handicap: 13   |     Ladies' Handicap: 15

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  • Hole #16

    Hole #16

    Hole #16 | Par 3

    West Course signature hole – spectacular par 3! Right center of the green is the safest target here. Left and long make for a difficult recovery. Finding the right level of this three- tiered green increases chance of par or better.

    Yardage
    Black
    183
    Gold
    162
    Combo Green
    162
    Blue
    142
    Red
    109
    Combo Yellow
    109
    White
    96
    Men's Handicap: 17   |     Ladies' Handicap: 17

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  • Hole #17

    Hole #17

    Hole #17 | Par 5

    A monster par 5. Stay as close to the fairway bunkers as comfortable to shorten hole. Second shot has plenty of room, but beware of the cross bunker. Green slopes dramatically from back to front, so keep approach shots below the hole.

    Yardage
    Black
    596
    Gold
    541
    Combo Green
    507
    Blue
    507
    Red
    493
    Combo Yellow
    450
    White
    450
    Men's Handicap: 3   |     Ladies' Handicap: 1

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  • Hole #18

    Hole #18

    Hole #18 | Par 4

    An intimidating look from the tee over water to a fairway that provides more room than meets the eye. Hole plays shorter from drives between the bunkers but green is more receptive from the left side of the fairway. Swale in the middle of the green will produce thrilling approach shots.

    Yardage
    Black
    441
    Gold
    376
    Combo Green
    350
    Blue
    350
    Red
    322
    Combo Yellow
    322
    White
    289
    Men's Handicap: 7   |     Ladies' Handicap: 9

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