Hole by Hole
Pro Tip: Easy starting hole that requires a mid to long iron tee shot which should leave a short approach shot to a large green protected by bunkers.
Pro Tip: A great par 4 slightly up hill. A good drive is up the right center of the fairway. Will leave you a mid to long iron approach shot to a well bunkered two-tier green.
Pro Tip: A dogleg right par 4. Do not let the yardage fool you. This hold requires a tee shot into the fairway. A good tee shot will leave you a mid to short iron approach shot to a large two-tier green. You must have your ball on the correct tier for an easy two putt.
Pro Tip: This is a fun par 3 hole. The green is large in width but very shallow in depth. The smart play on this hole is a tee shot to the center of the green which is just left of the tree guarding the green.
Pro Tip: A short par 4. For the big hitters it is time to bomb away. The trees in the fairway are about 235 yards. If you are not able to fly the ball that far, then a lay up tee shot to the 150 yard marker is your best bet. The green is very large. Add one club for a blue flag and minus one for a red flag.
Pro Tip: This is a nice short dogleg left par five. A good tee shot up the right center will leave you an easy approach. The slopes on this green will make up for its short yardage.
Pro Tip: One of our most difficult par fours. Long hitters need to stay left of the big tree in the fairway or you may find trouble. The second shot requires accuracy for a birdie opportunity. The large green is protected by water.
Pro Tip: Big hitters let out some shaft here. Birdies are available. A good drive in the middle of the fairway will leave you a short to mid iron approach shot to a wide, and shallow green protected by front bunkers.
Pro Tip: This is a nice, easy par three over the Valley River to a long narrow green. "Deuces" run wild around here, as well as "Aces".
Pro Tip: This is the turning point on the golf course. A tee shot of 240-250 yards over the Valley River will leave you a mid iron approach shot to a very large green protected by a bunker in front, hazard to the right, and long of the green.
Pro Tip: This could be one of the toughest holes in the province of Manitoba. A tee shot of about 230 yards in the fairway is needed here. The second shot is uphill all the way to the green. What ever you think you need to hit on your second shot, add three clubs and do not fear going long. A five here is a good score.
Pro Tip: This hole is a nice, easy, and wide open par five. The big hitters have a chance at eagle here.
Pro Tip: The big hitter has a chance to drive this green. If you can not drive the green, a good tee shot in the fairway will leave you with a good shot at par. Be cautious of hitting your approach shot long.
Pro Tip: An excellent downhill par three. Club selection here is very important. If you miss this large green, you are best to miss short. This will keep par in play.
Pro Tip: A terrific hole. This hole demands three good shots. Only the bravest will challenge this hole for birdie. Play this hole for par. Three to get on and two putts. Stay right off the tee.
Pro Tip: This hole needs a tee shot to the middle of the fairway. The big hitters will be left with a short iron approach to an elevated green. For the shorter hitters, you will be left with a mid to long iron approach. The second shot requires approximately two extra clubs to get the ball up and on the green.
Pro Tip: A good par three. The green is very large. Club selection is very important. The only defense for this hole is the green. Try not to be too cute with a left side pin location. Three is a good score here.
Pro Tip: Our most difficult hole. Bogie is a good score. Just past the 150yd marker is where the quick dogleg left starts. You must put your tee shot in the fairway. Big hitters put the driver away, or you will be fighting the squirrels for your ball deep in the trees.