#1 – Par 5 484 yards – A true risk – reward hole. You can play it as a short, easy, 3 shot par 5, or with a long, straight tee shot that clears the creek, you’ll have a long second shot to a green with a creek in front. If you choose to risk a driver off the tee, you’ll have to hit it 240 yds. to clear the creek and keep it out of the driving range to the right. A blind second shot needs to be very accurate to this small green.
#2 – Par 3 169 yards – An uphill par 3 to a large flat green with bunkers on both sides of it. This hole plays a club longer because it’s uphill.
#3 – Par 4 348 yards – A slight dog leg right requires a tee shot in the fairway. Avoid going left off the tee and you’ll have a short second shot to a green with a bunker on the right.
#4 – Par 5 479 yards – A straight, short par 5 but you’ll need to keep it in the fairway on your first two shots. Big hitters can reach the small green in two shots. There’s a small bunker on the right side of the small, flat green.
#5 – Par 4 380 yards – A down hill par 4 that requires another straight tee shot to avoid the trees. The creek is reachable off the tee at about 280 yards. The green slopes severely from back to front so stay below the hole. Bunkers guard both sides of the green.
#6 – Par 4 361 yards – An uphill par 4 parallel with #5. A straight tee shot will avoid the fairway bunkers. An uphill second shot plays half a club longer to a large, flat green with bunkers on both sides.
#7 – Par 3 185 yards – Another long uphill par 3 that plays a club longer. The green slopes severely from back to front so stay below the hole. Bunkers guard both sides of the green.
#8 – Par 4 355 yards – A down hill hole that requires a straight tee shot because of trees on both sides of the fairway. A two level green is guarded by three bunkers.
#9 – Par 4 428 yards – The longest par 4 on the front nine. A dog leg left that requires a long straight tee shot to avoid the fairway bunker on the right and trees on the left. You’ll have a long second shot to a large green guarded by bunkers on both sides.
#10 – Par 4 405 yards – A long, uphill par 4 starts the toughest nine holes at Park Hills. The fairway on this slight dog leg left hole is lined with trees on both sides. The green slopes from back to front so stay below the hole. Two bunkers guard the green.
#11 – Par 3 172 yards – A medium length par 3 that usually plays downwind. Avoid the bunkers on both sides of the green and the O.B. left.
#12 – Par 4 451 yards – The toughest par 4 on the back nine. This is a long, downhill dog leg left hole that is protected by trees on the left and right of the fairway and a fairway bunker on the right. A large very severely sloping green demands staying below the hole. Being in the bunker right of the green is better then missing the green left.
#13 – Par 4 367 yards – A very narrow tree lined fairway requires a straight tee shot. The uphill second shot plays a club longer to slightly sloping green.
#14 – Par 4 402 yards – This hole runs parallel with #13 but is a little longer. Another straight tee shot is needed to stay in the fairway and avoid O.B. left. This green also slopes severely from back to front demanding that you stay below the hole.
#15 – Par 5 577 yards – This is the longest hole on the West Course. A true 3 shot par 5 that demands length and accuracy. There is O.B. left all the way, and a creek to contend with on your second shot. The third shot is uphill and plays a club longer to a large, flat green with bunkers on both sides.
#16 – Par 4 374 yards – A straight away narrow par 4 with O.B. left and a sloping fairway from left to right with trees on both sides makes this tee shot very demanding. A small green is guarded by a bunker on the right side.
#17 – Par 3 186 yards – A downhill par 3 that demands an accurate tee shot. The green is guarded by a creek on the left and a severe slope on the right.
#18 – Par 5 504 yards – A dog leg left par 5 that demands staying to the right side of the fairway off of the tee, but left of the fairway bunker. Trees on both sides of the fairway require a straight second shot to a green guarded by 3 bunkers. Try to avoid the greenside bunker 30 yards in front of the green. Big hitters can reach the green in two shots.