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Hole 1

Hole 1

Straight and simple. The first hole is a mid length par 3 with a large green that slopes from back to front. There are two greenside bunkers (one on each side) that guard the green and are the only hazards on the hole. Make sure to take enough club to get to a back pin as the green is much deeper than it appears from the tee.

Red: 134 White: 145 Blue: 158

Hole 2

Hole 2

The second hole at Heatherwood is the first of six Par 4’s you will face on the course. With a well placed tee shot, this hole can be played under par. Miss left in the trees or right to lengthen your approach shot, it becomes a challenge. The large green is very undulous with two deep greenside bunkers.

Red: 314 White: 330 Blue: 351

Hole 3

Hole 3

The third hole, regardless of being straight, is a true challenge from the back tees. A well struck long iron shot will land onto a bulb shaped green that slopes from back to front. A push or pull from the tee and you will find yourself in either greenside bunker or the trees.

Hole 4

Hole 4

The fourth hole plays similar to the third from the back tees. A lengthy par 3 with deep surrounding greenside bunkers. Miss right and still have a chance to save par; miss left and the potential for out-of-bounds comes into play.

Red: 137 White: 165 Blue: 194

Hole 5

Hole 5

The fifth hole is the second par 4 of the course. The blue and white tee’s play from an elevated tee box while the red tee box plays from down below the hill. With one faiway bunker to contended with, a well placed tee shot will allow you an easy approach shot. The green is surrounded by 2 bunkers and slopes from back to front.

Red: 318 White: 326 Blue: 336

Hole 6

Hole 6

The sixth hole is a mid length par 3 that plays longer than it seems depending on the wind. Two greenside bunkers (one on each side) guard the front and left side of the green. Miss right and you are in the trees, miss left and an out-of-bounds fence may come into play.

Red: 126 White: 145 Blue: 161

Hole 7

Hole 7

The seventh hole is a short par three with one of the more difficult greens to read. One bunker on the left is the only danger of the hole, not counting the slope of the green. From the tee box, depending on the location of the pin, a full club more or less may be needed to find the right yardage.

Red: 125 White: 140 Blue: 151

Hole 8

Hole 8

The eighth hole is the final par 4 of the front nine. This dogleg left has a wide fairway with a valley on the turn. A drive short of the valley will leave you with a short layup while a long drive over the valley leaves you a short downhill approach shot into the green. Two bunkers guard each side of the green.

Red: 332 White: 355 Blue: 379

Hole 9

Hole 9

The ninth hole is the signature hole at Heatherwood. This par 3 must be hit over the pond from both tee boxes. The white and blue tee box is elevated while the red tee box is level with the green. With two large green side bunkers, a well placed shot will put you on the green. Just be sure to notice the pin placement because the green is over 30 yards deep from front to back.

Red: 100 White: 138 Blue: 148

Hole 10

Hole 10

The tenth hole is a rather long and difficult par three that demands a well placed tee shot in order to par the hole. The dangers that you will face with your tee shot is the tight tree line off the tee box and the bunkers on the front right and back left of the green so the right yardage must be played.

Red: 110 White: 175 Blue: 190

Hole 11

Hole 11

The eleventh hole is a downhill par three with minimal danger. What is demanded on this hole is accurate yardage. You have to judge the downhill and the elements of the wind in order to pull off the right shot. Other than that there is a right green side bunker to deal with. Make sure to enjoy the view on this hole.

Red: 144 White: 160 Blue: 171

Hole 12

Hole 12

Even though this par three is short it can bite back. This hole demands a perfect tee shot, by that i mean the right yardage and getting the ball up high and dropping it on the green if you want to get it close. The dangers on this hole is a high lipped bunker on the front of the green and a right green side bunker. Coming out of here with a par is a victory

Red: 103 White: 110 Blue: 119

Hole 13

Hole 13

The thirteen hole is a par four that has multiple hazards throughout the hole. The hole is 266 yards long with a sand hazard on the left hand side, and a narrow fairway. The second shot is approaching a hole with a plateaued green with a bunker on the right hand side over water. #13 is one of the hardest holes on the golf course that tests a golfer’s precision, and golf ability

Red: 258 White: 266 Blue: 278

Hole 14

Hole 14

After the daunting thirteen hole the fourteen hole is equally as hard. At 370 yards #14 is the longest hole on the golf course. After a long tee shot with an angulated fairway that tilts to the left the average golfer is left with a challenging shot up to the #14th green. The #14th green is one of the hardest green’s to read on the golf course, and often confuses the best of golfers with its hard reads.

Red: 334 White: 370 Blue: 388

Hole 15

Hole 15

The fifteen hole is a par three that is a little break to the golfer after the last two hard holes. #15 is Listed as the easiest hole on the golf course, but can be challenging to a golfer with an errant tee that puts you in the left side bunker. Following that this should provide you with a break before the final challenging holes

Red: 112 White: 125 Blue: 135

Hole 16

Hole 16

The sixteenth hole is a par four that is 370 yards from the white tee’s. After a fairly easy tee shot the approaching shot is quiet challenging if in the valley in the fairway. With a right side bunker while approaching the green it is best to layup on the left hand side to preserve your par.

Red: 333 White: 350 Blue: 370

Hole 17

Hole 17

The seventieth hole is a par three with a recently modified tee box location that makes this one of the hardest par three’s on the golf course at 193 yards and a narrow tee shot with two dangerous bunkers on both sides of the green making par is a very difficult task

Red: 119 White: 145 Blue: 193

Hole 18

Hole 18

The finishing hole at Heatherwood Golf Course is a classic ending to our great golf course. With tee locations ranging from 135-167 yards the tee shot has a difficult left hand side/right hand side bunker location that tends to sneak up on golfers. Hopefully this great ending to our golf course has made you want to go around for a replay at only $15!

Red: 135 White: 150 Blue: 167