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The River Course, with most holes originally designed by Hal Purdy in 1965 and the new holes designed by Brian Silva in 1989 was renovated in 2008.

It is a Parkland style course with rolling terrain. The course is fairly forgiving off of the tee with the true test coming on the approach shots. The greens are challenging due to the contours where one must try to keep the ball below the hole to have the best opportunity to make putts.

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Hole #1

Par: 4

421 411 341 326

A fair but challenging opening Par 4 with an uphill approach shot to a tiered green.

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Hole #2

Par: 4

434 319 364 281

Uphill from tee to green, a pond on the right tightens the landing area. The approach is into a narrow green that severely slopes back to front, with a bunker on the right.

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Hole #3

Par: 4

329 319 299 273

A short dogleg left Par 4 with a generous, yet sloping fairway from left to right. A large green is receptive to your short iron approach.

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Hole #4

Par: 3

165 146 130 119

One of the longer Par 3s on property, this hole plays uphill the entire way. Avoid the greenside bunkers and err short of the green rather than long. Par is a good score on #4.

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Hole #5

Par: 4

390 380 360 307

This dogleg left wraps along the wetlands for the entire length of the hole. Stay short or left of the fairway bunker and you'll have a mid to short iron approach to a long, narrow green with a bailout area right of the green.

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Hole #6

Par: 5

571 560 549 436

A long, three-shot hole for most players. Find this generous fairway and you can set up your third shot to a large undulating green.

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Hole #7

Par: 5

566 539 515 393

A roller coaster Par 5. Drive it over the ridge into a valley leaving a blind second shot over another ridge towards a green that sits at the bottom of the hill.

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Hole #8

Par: 3

223 199 171 152

Slightly, downhill from the tee and guarded by bunkers on both sides in front, this green slopes from both sides and the back towards the front-middle.

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Hole #9

Par: 4

431 409 397 364

A dogleg left which looks tempting from the tee to try to cut off some yardage on the left. The best line is the lone target bunker on the right leaving you with a clear approach over a pond to one of the most challenging greens on the course.

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Hole #10

Par: 4

415 406 329 312

Gently turning left, drive it to the right of the fairway bunker and set up the approach to a picturesque green complex.

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Hole #11

Par: 5

544 503 503 540

Straightaway off the tee but a challenging drive into the landing area guarded by a pond and bunker left and a large, overhanging tree and creek to the right. Once in play, what you see is what you get. The green slopes dramatically from the back and left.

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Hole #12

Par: 3

167 156 156 112

A mid-length par 3 that presents a visual challenge, forcing players to carry a stream and pond before finding a small, well-protected green.

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Hole #13

Par: 5

567 553 491 460

A tight route starts through a chute of trees, with wetlands and a creek on the right. Fairway bunkers pinch the second landing area, and then it’s uphill to the green with a bunker on the right.

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Hole #14

Par: 3

185 167 151 130

A pond stretches completely across the front of the green, forcing a daunting carry over the water. Slightly downhill and normally into the wind, there are no bunkers at the green.

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Hole #15

Par: 4

437 422 385 366

A moderately bending dogleg right with a creek running the length of this long Par 4 on the right side. An often long approach must avoid the left and right bunkers, to a green that rises to the back.

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Hole #16

Par: 4

439 394 386 307

A slight left dogleg, a bunker on the inside corner is to be avoided off the tee. Wetlands on the left, the river behind and bunkers in front protect this deceivingly large green.

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Hole #17

Par: 3

198 158 156 129

The Lamington River’s presence is only part of this equation. The wetlands defend the left side, with a bunker front-right of the green. No room for error in the rear.

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Hole #18

Par: 5

522 502 502 360

This climatic, risk-reward finishing hole is reachable in two. But the Lamington flows all along the left and crosses the fairway about 20 yards in front of the sharply sloped green.

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