Crucial to keep tee shot in fairway. Second shot should be left-center for best approach to an elevated green.
Favor right-center of fairway. Hazard runs down entire left side. Check pin location, large two-tiered green.
Straight forward uphill par 3. Club selected is critical.
"Let it Fly". Hitting from elevated tee, your tee shot will more than likely land in a valley. This will leave you a demanding uphill lengthy approach to a well-guarded spacious green.
Must avoid bunker on right tee shot. Second shot to carry creek which runs across the fairway.
"Time to go deep". Straight forward Par 4. No out of bounds, trees line left side of fairway. Small run creeps in on right. Four is a great score.
Bit of a break here in total yardage. Decent tee shot will leave you a shorter approach over a pond to a green that is severely sloped in all directions.
Long and some think the toughest Par 3 at Turf Valley. Wind becomes a factor for club selection. This is a very large and undulating green, making putts very hard to read.
Not very long, but treacherous Par 5 finishing hole. Tee shot must be to right center of fairway to "avoid" "burn" that runs diagonally from the left. "Go" or "Lay Up"? Eagle or Birdie? Don't let the second burn influence your decision. Generous green will hold.
This Par 4 has a large pond in the driving area down the left side. Second shot must carry a small creek that wraps around the front and right side of this generous green.
Straight away Par 4, with out of bounds on left. Must avoid fairway bunker on right, also must stay away from left rough or your second shot will be blocked by overhanging evergreens. Good luck reading this roller coaster green.
Dog leg right, with trees lining the right side. Green is guarded by bunker in front.
Very difficult Par 3 Elevated Tee to a narrow strip of green. Anything left will find a watery grave.
Risk, reward Par 5. Slight dogleg right. Long tee shot puts you in the "Go Zone" You must clear a narrow pond in front of the green, or lay up for a short third shot.
"If you can launch it, now is the time." Longest Par 4 on the course. You must clear the creek, avoiding a grove of pines on the left and a large fairway bunker on the right. Lengthy second shot to a big green. Make 5 and run to the next tee.
Relatively short hole. Check yardage to burn which bisects the fairway from the tee. All the trouble is on the right side of your approach to this small green.
Longest Par 3 on the course. Trouble down the left side. Try to land ball on the right side of this green.
Super finishing hole. Slight dogleg right. Requires longest tee shot down the left side for the best angle to this two tiered, well bunkered green.
Demanding first hole. Out of bounds left. Lateral water hazard down right side. Accurate tee shot required to left center of fairway. Green slopes back to front.
A fairly short Par 4 that requires accuracy more than distance. Check yardage to stream crossing fairway. Tee shot to left center of fairway offers best approach to generous sized green, which slopes severely left to right.
Good tee shot required favoring right side of fairway. Best to stay below hole placement on approach shot.
Most difficult Par 4 at Turf Valley. Long uphill tee shot to carry a ravine. Long approach shot to a well-guarded green. Five not a bad score.
Tee shot needs to reach top of hill, or approach shot will be blind to green. Elevation change becomes a factor in choosing club for approach shot.
Bunkered, don't be short. Hazard crosses front of green. Ridge runs right thru the center of green.
Tee shot should be to upper right center of fairway. Out of bounds left. Problems begin with 2nd shot. Must favor right side of lower fairway. Small hazards on both sides of landing area. Approach should be short pitch over front bunker to two-tiered green.
Accuracy again more critical than distance on tee shot. Favor left center of fairway, check yardage to 2nd stream. Second shot uphill to large sharply sloped green that runs back to front.
Long Par 3. Requires long carry to a slightly elevated green. Opt for longer club. Consider prevailing wind condition.
Must keep tee shot left-center of fairway. Dogleg right, with out of bounds both left and right. Second shot to carry front bunker to green.
Lengthy Par 4. An uphill tee shot to a hogback landing area. Fairway slopes left to right. Wise to avoid bunker on left side of green. Keep approach beneath the pin.
Short Par 5. Fairway cut by two streams. Check yardage to carry second stream. Very reachable on second shot by long players. Well bunkered, undulating green.
Downhill, scenic Par 3, over water. Green is very large will hold. Make sure you use enough club to carry the pond.
Tee shot to a diminishing landing area. An ideal position is the right side of the sloping fairway.
Great Par 4 hole. "Let the big dog eat", keeping the shot down the right side. Stream runs down the left side. Check yardage to lake that bisects the fairway in front of the green for your approach shot.
Very narrow Par 4. Out of bounds on right. Tee shot to right side may block your uphill approach to a well bunkered green.
Elongated Par 5. Very rarely reached in two out of bounds right, homes on left. Fairway slopes cruelly to right. Second shot must hug the left side. This is a deep green. Make sure you add or subtract yardage for pin placement.
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