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Rolling Oaks Course Tour

 

  • The Rolling Oaks Course


             


  • Straight away par 4, a great starting hole. The big trouble off the tee is the visible bunker down the left side.

  • A solid par 3. You are better off missing left here. A shot that finds
    the large bunker on the right makes bogey likely.

  • This heavily bunkered hole sets up tough off the tee. However, a well
    struck ball in the fairway can make getting home in two a possibility.
    Beware the two-tiered green.

  • A short dogleg left requires a precise tee shot for the best
    positioning on the approach. A difficult green puts the teeth in this hole
    .

  • This one is trouble all the way if you go right. Hit it long down the left side
    on this Par 5 and it can be reached in two, but don't go over the green.

  • There is a premium on placement off the tee on this
    short par 4. A giant Oak guards the left side on the approach to
    the green. Try to find the right half of the fairway, but miss too far right
    and you will find the fairway bunker.
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    A tough Par 4, the uphill second shot makes this hole play even
    longer than the yardage. Additionally, judging the distance
    is made more difficult because you can't see the
    surface of the green from the fairway.

  • A beautiful Par 3, one of the most photographed holes on the course.
    Be sure to take enough club and play for the right side of the green.

  • A tough one coming in. Long and slightly uphill all the way.
    The green slopes heavily from the right.

  • A three shot Par 5. The elevated green makes the approach more difficult.

  • You can keep your driver in the bag for the downhill tee-shot. The elevated,
    well-protected green is best approached from the left half of the fairway.

  • You probably want to avoid your driver on this hole. The fairway
    slopes to the right and it's trouble all the way on that side.

  • A good Par 3 requiring a solid tee shot. The bunkers on the
    right make the left side the place to miss.

  • The first of two consecutive tough Par 4's. A very difficult tee shot
    makes it hard to get a good start on this long dogleg left.

  • The hardest hole on the course and with good reason. This one is long
    on the card and even longer on the course. It plays uphill
    once it makes the left turn at the fairway bunker.

  • A very demanding Par 3, the longest on the course. The downhill
    tee-shot and large bailout area right tempers the difficulty.

  • A short Par 4, no need to hit a driver here. The big mistake
    here is to hit it in the fairway bunker on the left.

  • Length is not the issue on this Par 5 finisher. The holes
    "S" shape layout makes getting home in two very tough.

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