4511 Briarwood Rd, Tyler, TX 75709
An uphill par 5 means a conservative approach to this hole is often the best. Avoid the trouble in the fairway and lay up for a wedge approach in order to avoid a big number on this challenging hole.
Right fairway, short right and left of the green
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.