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The Meadow Course, originally designed by Hal Purdy in 1965 was updated by Brian Silva in 1989 with an addition of a few holes.

In 2013, Stephen Kay began the implementation of the final master renovation plan. The Meadow Course is a Parkland style course with moderate to significant elevation changes throughout. Off the tee, the Meadow Course will challenge you to use a variety of clubs. Shots into the greens are demanding and ball striking and distance control are a must in order to score. The greens are challenging and demand deft speed control to ensure a maximum of 2 putts.

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Hole #1

Par: 4

351 335 323 284

The opening hole gives the player the option of playing either aggressively or conservatively off the tee. The fairway gets more narrow and crowned the further the tee shot is hit but the reward is having the opportunity to hit a wedge into this elevated green.

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Hole #2

Par: 3

180 158 148 117

A downhill Par 3 that plays almost a full club shorter than the yardage. It is well-guarded by front bunkers and two large trees.

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Hole #3

Par: 4

373 363 353 296

A straightaway par 4 that is one of the better birdie opportunities. Favoring the left side of the fairway will leave the best entry to the green with a short iron.

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Hole #4

Par: 4

400 386 375 300

A medium-length and narrow Par 4 that winds to the left. It demands an accurate tee shot to have a clear look a the elevated, undulated green.

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Hole #5

Par: 4

325 308 308 280

A potentially drivable (for the really long hitter) par 4. For most, use your head in club selection off the tee to determine the length of the approach. A narrow fairway with water on the left and OB right.

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Hole #6

Par: 5

141 134 126 114

A shorter par 3 to an undulating green, stay below the hole for the best birdie opportunity.

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Hole #7

Par: 5

525 518 510 405

A well placed tee shot down the right side will give players a choice of challenging the corner of the dogleg and water short of the green to go for this green in two, or lay-up for a short iron approach.

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Hole #8

Par: 5

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A risk-reward par 5 with water and trees down the right, and a sharp dogleg. The conservative play is an iron or hybrid hit straight, while the more aggressive play is to hit over the water and trees to the right, giving the player an opportunity to go for the green in two. The hole’s unique design also allows for a bailout area right of the green on the approach shot.

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Hole #9

Par: 3

203 191 151 138

A challenging, long par 3. Scrutinize the pin placement on this multi-tiered green because putting from above the hole is a purely defensive putt. It is critical to stay below the pin.

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Hole #10

Par: 4

372 343 327 253

A straight drive will leave a short iron into a two tiered green. This hole is a great birdie opportunity for most players.

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Hole #11

Par: 3

213 175 160 130

A longer par 3, requiring good distance control to set up a reasonable birdie putt. The green is separated by a large ridge running across the middle that makes it tough to get to a back hole location.

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Hole #12

Par: 4

366 353 350 280

An uphill par 4 that gently doglegs to the right and requires accuracy off the tee. An approach that finds the putting surface has been well hit.

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Hole #13

Par: 5

518 489 484 399

This is a very scenic par 5 through a narrow valley on the second shot, protected by bunkers on the left and a hazard on the right. A good drive and a long iron layup on the 100-yard marker is the safest route. Keep the ball below the hole on your approach or you will be challenged to come away with only two putts.

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Hole #14

Par: 4

459 444 413 353

A long downhill dogleg left where par is a really good score. The drive must favor the right side of the fairway to give the best approach into a narrow green.

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Hole #15

Par: 4

463 448 363 315

The longest par 4 at Fiddler’s Elbow plays uphill into the prevailing wind. A solid short game is a must, since an up and down will be required for many pars.

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Hole #16

Par: 5

539 503 498 458

A reachable downhill par 5 that plays downwind and will play shorter than the yardage. The narrow approach to the green will penalize wayward shots with tricky up and downs. Two good shots can give the player a realistic eagle opportunity.

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Hole #17

Par: 3

198 180 155 115

A beautiful downhill par 3 with a pond in front and the Lamington River behind. The green is larger than it appears from the tee but bailing out is not an option.

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Hole #18

Par: 4

351 322 314 236

A challenging, short finishing hole with two forced carries over water. A well placed fairway wood or long iron will give the player a short to mid-iron approach over the Lamington River to a small green that is heavily sloped from back to front.

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