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    • Hole #1 | Par 4 | Black 406 | Gold 373 | White 300 | Red 275

      The first hole tee shot is straight out. Then the fairway has a slight dog leg left. Situated near the 150 yard markers are right and left side edge of rough bunkers. Mature trees follow both roughs. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. The green has bunkers on the left and right side. The green slopes from back to front. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5:1.5

    • Hole #2 | Par 5 | Black 546 | Gold 534 | White 481 | Red 424

      The tee shot on the second hole is straight out. After the tee shot the fairway has a slight dog leg left and slopes to the left. Long ball hitters from the tee need to be aware of bunkers on the left and right side of the fairway along the edge of the rough just before the 200 yard markers. Mature trees follow both roughs. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. The green has bunkers on the left and right side. The green slopes on an angle from back to front. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 3.5 due to length.

    • Hole #3 | Par 3 | Black 147 | Gold 140 | White 137 | Red 133

      Hole number three is one of the most talked about holes on the course. This short par three begins with an elevated tee shot and ends with a green surrounded by Calabogie lake water on three sides and a pond in front. There are bunkers on the left and right side of the green. The green is reasonably flat with a breaking slope running from back to front. This hole can be a challenge. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 5 due to water hazards.

    • Hole #4 | Par 4 | Black 380 | Gold 365 | White 330 | Red 268

      The fourth hole tee shot is straight out, up a hill and then the fairway makes a slight dog leg left. Just past the left side of the hill and before the 150 yard marker is one bunker with mature trees in front of it. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. There is spring time casual water on three sides of the green. There are no bunkers around the green. The green is large with a gentle slope from right to left. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2

    • Hole #5 | Par 4 | Black 410 | Gold 348 | White 299 | Red 264

      The fifth hole is straight away. There is one fairway bunker on the left side near the 150 Yard marker. The right side of the fairway rough is lined with mature trees. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. To the right of the green is a large, aggressive bunker with an uphill slope. The green has two levels running downhill from back to front. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5

    • Hole #6 | Par 4 | Black 382 | Gold 376 | White 357 | Red 265

      The sixth hole is straight away. There are mature trees on the left and right side of the fairway. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. A new green was built in 2016 making it the largest green on the course. The green slopes from back to front. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2

    • Hole #7 | Par 4 | Black 413 | Gold 372 | White 327 | Red 276

      The seventh hole was redesigned in 2015. It begins with a straight tee shot then turns into a dog leg right. Depending upon your skill level, this par four can present many challenges. Too far with the tee shot and there are trees. Off to the right there are trees. Slightly off to the right there are tall mature trees guarding the fairway. Long ball hitters can cut corners and go over trees. The average golfer straight down the middle will have no problems. There is an edge of rough bunker near the 150 yard marker and there are bunkers on the front left side and far left side of the green. The green is large with a gentle slope from right to left. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 3.5 if you miss the fairway.

    • Hole #8 | Par 3 | Black 177 | Gold 148 | White 141| Red 117

      The eighth hole was redesigned in 2015. It is a straight away par three with the fairway sloping to the left. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. The green has a gentle slope from back to front. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 1

    • Hole #9 | Par 4 | Black 348 | Gold 340 | White 286 | Red 242

      The ninth hole has many ways it can be played. The fairway runs straight out and then has a dog leg left. Mature trees line both sides of the fairway. There is one fairway bunker on the left side near the 150 yard marker. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. There are bunkers on the left and right side of the green. Long ball hitters can position themselves on or directly in front of the green. Cautious players who play down the center can easily get on in two. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2 due to trees.

    • Hole #10 | Par 5 | Black 528 | Gold 482 | White 462 | Red 436

      The tenth hole is straight away with a down-hill left turn before the green. Near the 200-yard marker is one fairway bunker on the left side. The fairway has a right to left slope with trees in the rough on the left side and one large oak tree protecting the entrance to the green from the left side. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. To the left of the green is a bunker. The green slopes from front to back. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 3.5 due to length and slope.

    • Hole #11 | Par 5 | Black 541 | Gold 507 | White 420 | Red 414

      The eleventh hole is straight away. Driving distance from each tee deck features a right and left bunker on the edge of the rough. Approaching the left side of the are bunkers. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. The green slopes from right to left. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5 due to distance.

    • Hole #12 | Par 3 | Black 223 | Gold 164 | White 143 | Red 120

      The twelfth hole is straight away and uphill before the green. This hole was rebuilt in 2015 with a new green. The green has many slopes. Beware of the ball running off the front. There are no hazards directly in front of the green or bunkers around the green. If you miss the green in your tee shot there are mature trees on the left and right. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5 due to slope of green.

    • Hole #13 | Par 4 | Black 437 | Gold 382 | White 318 | Red 267

      The thirteenth hole is straight away from tee to green. The fairway slopes from left to right. A bad slice or hook can take you out of bounds on the left or into a hay field on the right. Medium size birch trees line the rough on the left. In front of the green there is a large bunker and bunker with a lip on the right side. The green slopes from back to front, left to right. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5 due to location of bunkers.

    • Hole #14 | Par 3 | Black 184 | Gold 175 | White 155 | Red 137

      Hole fourteen is a straight away short par three. There are bunkers on the left and right side edge of rough approach to the green. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 1

    • Hole #15 | Par 5 | Black 567 | Gold 542 | White 453 | Red 424

      The fifteenth hole is the longest on the course. The black and gold tees are elevated. From the tee blocks there is a water catch basin on the right. The left side is mature trees and out of bounds. Around the 200 yard marker the fairway goes uphill and there is one bunker on the right. The green is elevated with two levels. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 4.5 due to distance. (Photo Courtesy of Rick Brown)

    • Hole #16 | Par 4 | Black 392 | Gold 340 | White 340 | Red 276

      The sixteenth fairway is built on a slight left turn. The tee blocks are elevated. At about the 100 yard markers there are edge of fairway bunkers on the left and right. Protecting the green on the left is a tall, mature tree. On the right-side approach to the green is a bunker. In front of the green is a small pot bunker. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5

    • Hole #17 | Par 4 | Black 377 | Gold 337 | White 317 | Red 247

      The seventeenth hole has both elevated tee decks and an elevated green. The tee shot is straight away with the approach to the green on the left side. Out of bounds on the left rough and mature trees on the right side rough. There are two bunkers in the left rough around the 150 yard marker. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5

    • Hole #18 | Par 4 | Black 410 | Gold 404 | White 394 | Red 357

      As a finishing hole, the eighteenth plays straight from tee to green. The left side rough has an out of bounds. Mature trees line both the left and right rough. Around the 200 yard marker is one bunker in the left rough. Bunkers are situated on the left and right side approach to the green. There are no hazards directly in front of the green. Degree of difficulty for this hole on a scale of 1 to 5: 2.5 due to length.