Hole 1 – Par 4
Great starting hole, this 317-yard par 4 requires a 180 – 200 yard drive down the right hand side of the fairway. This will open up the firm and sloping green for a short iron shot at the flag.
Hole 2 – Par 5
A long uphill 503-yard par 5 requires a tee shot to carry 170 yards to go over a creek that cuts across the entire fairway. A long iron or fairway wood up the middle will put you in position to challenge the flag on this long and narrow elevated green. Par is an excellent score on this very difficult hole.
Hole 3 – Par 4
With a 25 yard wide landing area and out of bounds on the left and bunkers on the right this 335-yard par 4 demands an accurate tee shot. This elevated, smallish, sloping green is fast and firm, errant putts can go off the putting surface and require a delicate pitch shot back to the green to save bogey.
Hole 4 – Par 4
A straightforward 361-yard par 4 requires a well-placed drive in the center of the fairway to set up a short iron shot to this fast and sloping green. This is one hole you do not want to hit your approach shot over the green
Hole 5 – Par 3
A scenic and challenging 182 yard par 3 features an elevated tee with the hole being protected on the left with trees and on the right with water, depending on the wind, it can require anything from a 6 iron to a fairway wood to reach this 2 tiered green.
Hole 6 – Par 5
This 495 yard uphill par 5 is reachable in 2 for the longer hitters. An accurate drive of 250 yards to a 30-yard wide landing area sets up a long iron or fairway wood into a narrow sloping green. The green is protected on the left and right by bunkers.
Hole 7 – Par 4/5
The most difficult hole on the course, this 424-yard par 4 requires a solid drive down the right hand side of the fairway to set up an approach shot from right to left into this sloping green. Getting to the green is half the fun; extra strokes can await a golfer who is too aggressive with their putter.
Hole 8 – Par 3
Our signature hole, this demanding 203-yard par three hole requires the tee shot to carry 200 yards to reach the putting surface. Water to the left and the elevated green add to the challenge.
Hole 9 – Par 4
This dogleg 324 yard par 4 requires a 200 yard drive down the middle to set up a short iron approach shot to the large, well bunkered green, this is your best chance for birdie on the front nine.
Hole 10 – Par 4
A 341-yard uphill dogleg left par 4 requires a solid drive down the right center of the fairway to open up the small-elevated green. The ability to hit high and soft iron shots will be rewarded on this hole.
Hole 11 – Par 3
This 150 yard uphill par 3 plays to 165 yards. Be sure to keep your tee shot on the right hand side of this sloping green.
Hole 12 – Par 4
A very challenging 360-yard par 4 requires a 230-yard drive down the middle to set up a short iron shot into this firm and sloping green. This hole is protected by an extremely effective water hazard in front and sand traps to the back of this narrow green. Par is a very good score on this tester.
Hole 13 – Par 4
This scenic 365-yard par 4 has water on the left side of the fairway and out of bounds on the right. A solid drive down the middle will be rewarded with a short iron approach shot to this elevated two-tiered green
Hole 14 – Par 4/5
This 410-yard uphill, dogleg right par four demands a 250 yard drive down the right center of the fairway to set up a mid iron shot to the sloping right to left green.
Hole 15 – Par 3
Another one of Avon Valleys’ excellent par 3’s, this 198-yard hole is built on a small plateau and will punish errant shots to the left or right side of the green.
Hole 16 – Par 5
This 495-yard par 5 is protected down the left hand side of the fairway with bunkers and on the right with a creek. The rolling fairway provides the golfer with many uphill /downhill lies to keep the second and third shots interesting. The elevated green is protected by a large and deep sand trap on the left.
Hole 17 – Par 4
This 341-yard par 4 dog legs to the left. Driver not required for most players. Main goal for the golfer is to get the ball on the left hand side of the fairway which gives best angle to the green. The green is well bunkered and the green has a lot of angulation. Par is always a good score.
Hole 18 – Par 4
A nice finishing hole, number 18 is a 302-yard dogleg left requiring a 200-yard drive down the middle of the fairway to set up a short iron shot to the large sloping green. This is your best chance for a birdie and what a great way to end your day at Avon Valley.