Starts off with a 130-170 yd par 3. The green is tilted from back to front and has a generous landing area. A large waste sand area to the right frames the hole.
This par 4 plays 301 yards from the blues and has a slight dog leg to the right. A large right side fairway bunker challenges you off the tee. A 260 yard carry is required if you “go for the green.” The contoured “saddled” green rarely gives up a one putt.
The shortest par 3 at 99-109 yards is scenic but can also play tough. Considered “our signature hole,” a well placed iron over water and a bunker is required. A wide green with a false front will accept your shot.
An elevated tee gives this par 3 a dramatic shot into a deep green. Water lurks along the right side and sand bunkers frame the green. Pay close attention to the wind direction here. A extra club could be the difference between par and bogey.
A par 3 that plays 125-150 yards. The hourglass shaped green can provide a rewarding result even if slightly miss hit. The surrounds and slopes in the rough “funnel” most shots back to the greens surface. A single pot bunker guards the entrance in the front. Birdie putts galore! The most Holes in One have been surrendered here.
The second of the par 4s at 330 yards. Plays slightly up hill with a blind drive to the top of the fairway. Aim for the barber pole here. The sunken green plays deeper than most and putting this green requires skill and knowledge.
The seventh hole is a 130-160 yard par 3. A straight forward hole with out of bounds to the left side. Native grasses along the narrow approach adorn the roughs. A par here feels like a birdie. good luck!
The longest and last of the par 4s. Hole number 8 plays to 338 yards (seems every bit of 400 yards). A 150 yard carry along the pond to the left to an up hill crowned fairway is needed here. The green is guarded on the left by hills and take notice to the “Corson Family” cemetery on the right. Hence the name Heritage Links.
Playing between 130-150 yards, #9 is a great finishing hole. Depending on wind conditions this hole can play two or three clubs different on a daily basis. The green is over 100 feet deep so flag positions vary. A lone bunker carry is needed for a right flag location. Place your shot on the front of the green and you may have a 90 foot putt remaining – good luck!