Hole 1 - Par 4


Description: 410 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 410 4 13
Blue 377 4 13
White 352 4 13
Red 340 4 13

How to Play It:
With the addition of a new Championship tee in 2015 this starting hole now demands a long tee shot down the right side of the fairway to give you a good angle into the green.

Hole 1

Hole 2 - Par 3


Description: 193 Yard Par 3
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 193 3 15
Blue 189 3 15
White 180 3 15
Red 172 3 15

How to Play It:
The longest and toughest par 3 on the course, playing close to 200 yards into prevailing winds to a slightly elevated green. Play for the opening unless you can nestle a long iron or fairway wood over the deep bunker and stop it on a firm green. Two putts is solid work on this undulating green.

 

Hole 2

Hole 3 - Par 4


Description: 433 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 433 4 7
Blue 418 4 7
White 390 4 7
Red 382 4 5

How to Play It:
Slightly downhill and often downwind, this straight forward two-shotter can provide a birdie opportunity for the long hitter. Beware the creek looms just left of the green and an aggressive approach shot slightly off the line could find the hazard. Par on this hole is a very good score.

 

 

Hole 3

Hole 4 - Par 5


Description: 575 Yard Par 5
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 575 5 1
Blue 562 5 1
White 469 5 1
Red 467 5 1

How to Play It:
The best par 5 on the course…and possibly the toughest in Chester County! OB left, trees right, and gnarly rough all the way to the green makes a solid tee shot essential. An uphill second over the crossing road leaves anything from a long iron to a wedge…but work is just beginning! The elevated green is guarded by a stream in front that circles the left side, a yawning bunker left, and severe mounding to the right. The green slopes back to front with a ridge running down the middle causing many balls to spin off the front fringe toward the stream. A par here is to be applauded!

 

 

Hole 4

Hole 5 - Par 3


Description: 135 Yard Par 3
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 135 3 17
Blue 118 3 17
White 115 3 17
Red 99 3 17

How to Play It:

This short 3 will give up plenty of birdies with a precise short iron. The mound in the center of the green can lead to 3-putt bogies. Missing the green almost guarantees a bogie or more with OB left and a hazard just off the right fringe.

 

Hole 5

Hole 6 - Par 4


Description: 399 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 399 4 5
Blue 378 4 5
White 355 4 5
Red 305 4 3

How to Play It:

A short 4 that requires a tee shot in the fairway. Avoid the trees left and stream right that also crosses in front of the green, and you have a short iron to a difficult green. Once again, missing the green anywhere but short makes recovery very difficult.

 

Hole 6

Hole 7 - Par 4


Description: 383 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 383 4 3
Blue 370 4 3
White 332 4 3
Red 305 4 9

How to Play It:
A challenging 4 with water to account for off the tee, as well as, approaching the green. A pond guards the right 2/3rds of the fairway at 240 yds. forcing the longer hitters to leave driver in the bag. The green slopes toward the pond on the left and is guarded by a deep bunker right. A back pin position demands an aggressive 2nd shot…or risk a 3-putt from the front of the sloping green.



Hole 7

Hole 8 - Par 4


Description: 405 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 405 4 9
Blue 386 4 9
White 360 4 9
Red 295 4 11

How to Play It:
A demanding uphill dogleg that puts a premium on the tee shot. Trees left leave you very little chance to reach the green, while bunker and mounding right pose similar problems. The mid-iron second from the fairway leaves a difficult first putt regardless of pin position. Fortunately the green is large. Getting up-and-down from any where is a challenge.


Hole 8

Hole 9 - Par 5


Description: 540 Yard Par 5
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 540 5 11
Blue 487 5 11
White 472 5 11
Red 451 5 7

How to Play It:

This short, down hill 5 offers a classic risk/reward opportunity. A solid drive in the fairway provides an opportunity to reach in two and putt for eagle….if you avoid OB left and a large pond right. A relatively flat green offers birdie opportunities even for those who choose to lay up.

 

Hole 9

Hole 10 - Par 4


Description: 381 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 381 4 14
Blue 357 4 14
White 335 4 14
Red 314 4 16

How to Play It:
A relatively short dogleg left continues the string of ‘scoring holes’. A well-placed tee shot, avoiding the large fairway bunker left and tree lined rough right, will yield a short iron approach to a hump-backed green. A front pin position offers another birdie chance and gets you off to a good start on the homeward nine.



Hole 10

Hole 11 - Par 4


Description: 340 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 340 4 12
Blue 336 4 12
White 332 4 12
Red 320 4 14

How to Play It:
The third in a string of four scoring holes, the 11th offers a solid birdie opportunity if you place your tee shot in the tree-lined fairway. A short approach to a relatively flat green sets up a run at another birdie if you keep your approach below the hole.

Hole 11

Hole 12 - Par 5


Description: 500 Yard Par 5
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 500 5 2
Blue 486 5 2
White 444 5 2
Red 440 5 2

How to Play It:
Another short dogleg par 5 completes the string of birdie holes.A good tee will leave you with the option to lay up or go for the green. Beware of the two deep bunkers if you are being aggressive. The green redsigned in 2015 is flatter but provides many very interesting pin placements.

Hole 12

Hole 13 - Par 3


Description: 150 Yard Par 3
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 150 3 16
Blue 146 3 16
White 136 3 16
Red 122 3 12

How to Play It:
This challenging 3 plays longer than it measures, and offers no recovery if you fail to hit the green. It plays uphill and into the wind with deep bunkers surrounding the entire green. A putt from above the hole can easily lead to another 3-putt green.

Hole 13

Hole 14 - Par 4


Description: 362 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 362 4 6
Blue 358 4 6
White 355 4 6
Red 341 4 4

How to Play It:
If you successfully negotiate the trees and large bunker, your tee shot into a right to left sloping fairway, will settle in the left edge of the fairway. From there you must carry a deep bunker guarding the shallow green with a short iron that will hold the firm green. Could be another birdie opportunity if the pin is front-right.

 

Hole 14

Hole 15 - Par 4


Description: 407 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 407 4 8
Blue 394 4 8
White 342 4 8
Red 295 4 8

How to Play It:
The best par 4 on the homeward nine. A drive in the sloping fairway leads to a mid iron...but often from a severe side-hill lie. The well bunkered green slopes back to front and left to right calling for another approach shot under the hole.

Hole 15

Hole 16 - Par 5


Description: 561 Yard Par 5
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 561 5 4
Blue 517 5 4
White 505 5 4
Red 449 5 6

How to Play It:
The least demanding of the 5's offers a birdie opportunity to those who keep it in play. a drive in the fairway, followed by a strategic lay up, will yield a short iron approach to a large, well bunkered but receptive green. Once again, stay below the hole and you will be rewarded with a run at a birdie.

Hole 16

Hole 17 - Par 3


Description: 201 Yard Par 3
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 201 3 18
Blue 178 3 18
White 170 3 18
Red 160 3 18

How to Play It:
A generous green awaits a solid mid or low iron. Deep bunkers left and right await errant shots. A front pin position yields birdie opportunities...but, a difficult recovery from either bunker.

Hole 17

Hole 18 - Par 4


Description: 393 Yard Par 4
Tee Yardage Par HDCP
Black 393 4 10
Blue 374 4 10
White 368 4 10
Red 358 4 10

How to Play It:
A strategic finishing hole where the key is keeping the tee shot within the tree-lined fairway. Fairway bunkers are strategically placed left and right of the rolling fairway, while deep bunkers guard the green. Redesigned in 2015 this green has become larger and allowing for back hole locations. With the match on the line this is a great finishing hole.

Hole 18