4511 Briarwood Rd, Tyler, TX 75709
The shortest par 4 on the course, leave your driver in the bag and lay up short of the water for an easy approach. Birdies are there for the taking once you get over the pond.
Right and left in the fairway, left and back right of green
Pond on approach shot
A beautiful and potentially intimidating start.
A medium length par 3 with a fairly easy green.
A long par 4 with a sloping fairway from right to left
Take a deep breath after surviving the first three holes and enjoy a less stressful par 4.
With the exception of the tips, #5 offers a short to medium par 3 for most players.
The first of our Par 5's, #6 requires a drive in the fairway.
The hardest hole on the front nine, hit a solid drive left of the tree in order to roll down the hill for a shorter approach.
An uphill par 5 means a conservative approach to this hole is often the best.
Finish the front nine with a deceptively easy par 3.
The first of three par 5's on the back nine, #10 is the last of the holes to be conservative on.
A downhill shot to a relatively short par 3, #11 offers a tight green squeezed between bunkers.
A challenging tee shot from all but the forward tees.
A medium length par 3 typically playing into the wind.
#14 offers a great chance at birdie for low and mid handicaps.
The shortest par 4 on the course, leave your driver in the bag.
A deceptively long par 3, #16 plays uphill.
A medium length dog leg par 4, #17 can play easy or difficult.
A fantastic finishing hole, #18 provides a chance at being a hero.