Par 3 ● White Yardage: 140
This short par 3 begins the front nine with dual sand traps at the front- and back-left of the green; lining the fairway and green to the right is a tree line that is very tricky to play from. An accurate tee shot to the large green is key to start your day on a high.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 289 ● Red Yardage: 177
Hole 2 is the longest hole on the course. A dogleg-right, a tall cluster of trees sit between you and the pin. The backside of the green can help catch your ball, but come in too high and your ball may find the creek.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 109 ● Red Yardage: 85
This short par 3 may look harmless, but the cluster of trees on the right side contains a pond that claims shots that come too close.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 130 ● Red Yardage: 105
Hole 4 backs onto the creek, and is lined by trees on either side. The large green rewards an accurate approach.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 113 ● Red Yardage: 103
The woods line the left side of the 113 yard hole 5. A small pond sits to the back right of the wide green.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 258 ● Red Yardage: 208
Hole 6 is a narrow par 4. Be careful of the water hazards to the left of the large green.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 145
Perhaps one of the most beautiful holes on the course, the par 3 hole 7 is nestled in the woods, carved out between two streams just within the tree lines. An accurate tee shot will help avoid frustration as you near the end of the front nine.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 212 ● Red Yardage: 168
Hole 8 is a dogleg left par 4. Golfers can play conservatively by playing the fairway, or swing straight for the large green from the tee. Dense, unforgiving forest lines the left of the fairway, while water hazards lurk to the right.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 120 ● Red Yardage: 80
Hole 9 is one of the jewels of The Wilds, and is also one of the most challenging greens on the course. Sloping from back-to-front, the large green is framed by large trees and a creek just in front of the tee box.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 269 ● Red Yardage: 204
The start of the back nine is the second longest hole on the course. The par 4 hole 10 is a slight dogleg left that challenges golfers with a sand trap waiting for ambitious drives, to the right of the green. Long approach shots risk finding the creek that the hole backs onto.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 202
Hole 11 can be one of the most forgiving fairways on the course, but clusters of trees throughout present challenges for shots gone astray.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 208
Hole 12 is the third par 4 in a row on the back nine. Long approach shots risk bouncing from the turtleback green and into the creek.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 150 ● Red Yardage: 138
Hole 13 is a slight dogleg left par 3. A water hazard sits to the right of the green, while thick rough borders the left. Accuracy off the tee is needed to contend with the narrow fairway.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 100
Swinging from an elevated tee box, energetic golfers risk overshooting the green and ending up in the creek that sits behind.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 126
This par 3 features a tee box overlooking one of The Wilds signature ponds (and home to a number of course residents, including ducks and beavers). A large green awaits you in this picturesque 15th hole.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 243 ● Red Yardage: 202
The 16th hole has a reputation among regular golfers of The Wilds, as many foursomes have all lost their tee shots to the dense woods that line the narrow fairway. For those who avoid taking a drop, the difficult green awaits and is more than happy to rob you have your eagle, birdie, or par.
Par 4 ● White Yardage: 202
Another signature hole of The Wilds, hole 17 is a dogleg right that features water hazards on either side of the fairway. Confident golfers can attempt to dissect the line of established trees in hopes of making the green in one, while conservative golfers are rewarded with the beautiful scenery surrounding the fairway.
Par 3 ● White Yardage: 105 ● Red Yardage: 95
Your round finishes with another jewel of The Wilds. Much like hole 9, the 18th hole is one of the most challenging greens on the course. Experienced golfers of the course understand how pin placement drastically alters this hole, as the sloping green can wreak havoc with misplaced tee shots. Thankfully, the newly renovated clubhouse awaits you to celebrate (or mourn) your final score.
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