The Lake Course

The Lake likely offers the sternest test, providing golfers an opportunity to use nearly every club in the bag. The first and the ninth flank spring-fed Mystic Lake and provide some of the best views on the property. 


Hole 1

Favor left side from the tee. Fairway slopes slightly toward Mystic Lake. Expect a middle to long iron for the approach to a long green.


Watch the slope toward Mystic Lake!

Hole 2

Drive to a plateau fairway with bunker left and mounding on the right. A short iron for the approach to a long narrow green set in the mounds.


Short iron for the approach

Hole 3

Longest hole on the course. Positioning is important on the second shot to navigate the stand of trees on the right of the dogleg. Be happy to make par!


Be happy to make par on this hole!

Hole 4

Tee shot requires carry over wetlands from an elevated tee. The club selection should be one less than normal due to the elevation changes.


Choose a club one less than normal due to elevation change

Hole 5

Target mounds on right. Be careful not to drive through fairway, mystic lake comes in to play on right. Long hitters can fly trees on left with a well struck long iron or fairway wood. Green slopes toward the fairway and is elevated. Add about a half club on approach.


Watch out for Mystic Lake on the right!

Hole 6

Tee shot from an elevated tee plays about a half club less than normal. Green slopes from back to front and is bunkered on all sides. Unmaintained area left, right and behind green is played as a lateral hazard.


Watch out for the lateral hazard!

Hole 7

Slight dogleg right requires tee shot down right side of fairway. A well hit driver will leave a medium to short iron for approach. The green is well bunkered and will display a variety of pin placements.


This green is well bunkered!

Hole 8

Tee shot requires a premium on distance and accuracy. A driver down to the right side of the fairway leaves the best view of the green. A drive left of fairway almost assures a bogey at least. Green is guarded by bunkers left and right and grass bunker in front.


Test your tee shot!

Hole 9

A classic three shot par 5 for most golfers. Longer hitters may choose to drive over the corner of Mystic Lake on the right. Green is guarded by stream left and front.


Will you drive over Mystic Lake?