Back Nine

Back Nine with map Take the virtual tour of the back nine, starting at the 10th tee. This is an interactive picture, click and drag to look around. divider bar 10A very constricted opening hole for the back 9, going through a chute. Measuring 357 yards from the back, this hole is not extremely long but once again accuracy is a must. Lined with trees down the entire left-hand side of the fairway, there are many trees also down the right with a pond approximately 225 yards behind them that also comes into play. An extremely large green for a par 4 awaits making clubbing difficult. Par is a good score on this hole. divider bar 11 A truly picturesque risk reward par 5. With a long pond that comes into play 185 yards from the back tee, this 452-yard beauty is not as easy as the length would dictate. Tree line hugs the entire right hand side of the fairway, and a large tree about 160 yards from the back tee can alter your opening drive. The pond on the left hand side extends over 100 yards so your second shot also can be quite perilous. With a very narrow opening to a long slightly contoured green, laying up can definitely be an option. Anything from eagle to triple bogey is possible on this hole. divider bar 12 Aptly named “Whispering Pines”, this hole reminds many golfers of the links in Northern Ontario. The first of the par 3′s on the back 9, this short 133-yard hole is totally surrounded by pine trees. A two-tiered green is quite narrow. You will feel truly at peace with nature on this hole and perhaps see a deer or two running across the fairway. divider bar . 13An extremely difficult par 4. A narrow chute with tree line hugging both sides of the fairway on both sides of this 402-yard hole makes your tee shot once again of the greatest importance. Once you are past the clearing, a large pond on the left also comes into play. Providing you hit a good tee ball, there is tree line left of the fairway and a forest to the right. With a mound just on the left for the last 50 yards of the hole, this three-tiered green can be difficult to approach. Iron play is imperative on your second shot,as which not being on the right level can leave a difficult putt. Par is considered fabulous on this hole. divider bar 14 A great time to bring the big stick out on this par 5. Measuring 456 yards, there is tree line all the way down the entire left side of the fairway with mounds on the right hand side approximately 250 yards from the tee. A very narrow opening into the green, there is forest on the right hand side. Easily reachable in two, you may want to rethink this decision with trees long and left as well. A fairly long and flat green waits for your approach and once again this is a birdie hole. divider bar 15 One of the most picturesque holes in all of Haldimand-Norfolk County.A short par 3 which length is 139 yards is truly a delight to play. Trees abound on this hole, with a pond directly in front of the green. A very long yet narrow green requires a truly precise tee ball with only a small bailout area to the right, short of the green. Pines are aplenty totally surrounding the green and being slightly elevated, you must clear the pond to have any chance at par. An extremely narrow chute can cause a lot of intimidation onyour approach but the true beauty more then makes up for it. Par is quite good here. divider bar 16 If length is your thing, this is the hole for you. A slightly uphill par 5, 567 yard hole that is rarely reached in two. With the southerly Lake Erie breeze predominant in the area, getting to the green can even be difficult in three shots. The wide-open driving area leaves either a long iron or wood for your second shot. The approach shot is to the largest green on the course. A two tiered green that slopes downwards and opens up on the bottom tier is very accessible for any kind of approach. The length of your putt can be quite sizeable and three putting is not out of the question. A great par 5 for its sheer distance. divider bar 17 The last of the par 3′s measuring at 202 yards, this green is extremely elevated and is considered one of the most difficult par 3′s on the course. Using either a long iron or wood, the tee shot must make the green in the air or you will be chipping. With trees down both sides of the fairway, accuracy is a must. Par is a great score on this hole. divider bar 18 The ultimate risk reward hole on the course. A par 4 measuring only 243 yards. It has a bit of everything but don’t let the yardage fool you. A chute from the back tees of 8 yards is the opening of which you can go for the green. The entire left side of the fairway has tree line and the right side is very dense forest of which you cannot escape. The green itself is elevated quite high and is sloped sideways from right to left. With pond in front of the entire green, iron play truly must be precise on this hole. A great finishing hole with any score possible.

 

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