|Back||71.5 / 131||0 / 0|
|Middle||68.7 / 126||73.4 / 127|
|Forward||64.7 / 114||70.3 / 120|
Start the back nine with a difficult par 4 that requires a straight tee shot and a difficult second shot into a very long, sloped green protected by bunkers on the front and steep drops on the left, right, and long.
This short par 3 is all carry over the Rancocas creek that loops around the left side of the green, which is sloped, undulated, and guarded by bunkers on the right. A three-putt is a very common occurrence on this hole.
Hole 12 presents a short dogleg right playing uphill, where a good tee shot leaves you with a great scoring chance. However, miss the fairway and you will be scrambling to make par. The green has bunkers on three sides and slopes from back to front.
On the signature thirteenth hole, you’ll encounter a double dogleg right that plays uphill on the second and third shots. The tee shot has O.B. right and bunkers left. The second and third shots are up a tight fairway with trees lining both sides. The long, narrow green is well-protected by bunkers on three sides and has a huge uphill swing in the middle.
On this tight dogleg left, the tee shot is everything. If you don’t find the fairway, you will most likely be punching down and hitting a wedge over a pond to a green with bunkers left, right, and long. The green has a huge slope in the middle.
Hole 15 includes trees on the left and right, but an accurate tee shot gives you a chance to make birdie. The green is protected by bunkers on three sides and woods long.
This long par 4 has bunkers left and right guarding the fairway. The green is elevated with bunkers on the left and right as well, with a pond defending the front. Take pride in a par on this one.
A short par 3, this hole slopes deceivingly uphill and is guarded by bunkers in the front and on the left. The green is on the small side and slopes in multiple directions with several ridges throughout.
Finish the course with this dogleg left par 4 that has trees lining both sides of the fairways. You’ll have a difficult second shot to a narrow green protected by bunkers on the left, right, and behind the green.
Start the game off with a tough tee shot that has O.B. left and right. Fairway bunkers come into play off the tee and on the second shot. The green is undulated with bunkers protecting each side. This is not a par 5 to think about hitting in two—it takes three precise shots to come away with par.
This long par 3 features a green with a severe back-to-front slope with bunkers guarding each side.
Hole 3 is a short dogleg left with O.B. down the left side, all the way to the hole. Take a fairway wood or long iron off the tee to hit the narrow fairway guarded by bunkers on each side. This green is also protected by bunkers on all sides and has both subtle and severe undulations throughout.
One of the most challenging holes on the course, this long par 4 takes an accurate tee shot and a long iron to hit this expansive green guarded by three bunkers. This hole has O.B. all the way down the left and beyond the green. The second shot can be tricky on this hole as a strong gust of wind could push your second shot long and O.B.
A moderate par 4 with O.B. left, there are bunkers and trees guarding the fairway on the right. The green is severely sloped from back to front and breaks in every direction. There are also four bunkers protecting the green.
With trees and bunkers guarding both sides of the fairway, the sixth hole requires an accurate tee shot. This green is also severely sloped with lots of undulation and bunkers guarding all sides.
On this lengthy par 3 that plays to a long, narrow green with bunkers on the left and right, you should be happy walking away with par.
This is a short par 4 dogleg left that requires an accurate tee shot that can set up a shorter second shot and a great scoring opportunity. However, if you miss this elevated green or land in the wrong spot, a bogey will be ready and waiting.
On this risk/reward par 5, big hitters can reach the green in two, but it takes a good second shot to a long, narrow green over water. Watch out for O.B. all the way down the right side and fairway bunkers that alter your tee strategy. There’s also a hazard on the left that comes into play when laying up on your second shot. Don’t think about hitting it long over the green; unless you hit it in one of the three bunkers, you’ll find yourself O.B.