The "Carolina" course will seduce you from your first swing with the exceptional quality of its fairways. It is a wooded course, which immerses you in an atmosphere of golf and floral arrangements with stunning colours.
In addition to the challenge that the course offers you, you will find at the 12th hole a picturesque view with flowers as far as the eye can see. Hole 14 is a jewel with its cascade of water and flowers, not to mention the challenge of the 17th hole's par 3 island.
With a total length of 6,805 yards and a par 72, it has been designed with raised and separate tee boxes to accommodate all calibres of golfers. The greens, also elevated, are protected by bunkers and surrounded by mounds. The fairways are punctuated with small sand traps and mounds that make the challenge of the game even more interesting. Strategically placed, magnificent lakes of various sizes enhance this wonderful course and also increase the level of difficulty.
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Straight par four. The tee shot should be directed towards the centre right of the fairway for better access to the green. The green is slightly elevated and slopes forward. Many approach shots miss the green, which is fairly flat with a mound in the centre right.
Handicap (M): 7
Handicap (W): 13
Par five dog-leg to the left. Only long hitters can hope to reach this green in two shots. The ideal tee shot is to the centre right of the fairway. It is best to keep about 100 yards as an approach shot to the green. The green slopes from right to left and the left side of the green should be avoided.
Handicap (M): 9
Handicap (W): 7
One of the most difficult par four's since the prevailing wind is a headwind. A precise tee shot is required. Bunkers guard the left side of the fairway and a large maple tree blocks access to the green on the right. The green slopes forward and is usually fast.
Handicap (M): 1
Handicap (W): 3
A simple par three. Avoid the sand trap on the left. The front third of the green severely leans forward and the back third leans to the left.
Handicap (M): 17
Handicap (W): 17
Par four with a blind tee shot. The ideal position for the tee shot is in the centre left of the fairway. The fairway slopes to the right. A water penalty zone starts 160 yards from the green on the left. There is a mound at the beginning of the green, while the back part is relatively flat.
Handicap (M): 5
Handicap (W): 1
Precision is the key on the tee shot of this short par four. Large pines block access to the green on the right. The ideal position for the tee shot is in the centre left of the fairway. The elevated green is undulated and a large bunker protects the front left portion.
Handicap (M): 15
Handicap (W): 11
Par four dog-leg to the left with bunkers on the left. A precise tee shot to the centre right of the fairway is necessary. The green is narrow and very deep. The first third of the green slopes forward, while the second third slopes backward.
Handicap (M): 3
Handicap (W): 5
A difficult par three. The elevated green is protected by a bunker on the left and mounds on the right. A shot that falls short of the green will stay there. The green is wider in its first part, but the back part is very narrow and slopes to the right. It is best to play for the centre of the green to have a chance at birdie.
Handicap (M): 13
Handicap (W): 15
Par five dog-leg to the left. A good tee shot is essential. Avoid the bunker on the left and the lake 205 yards from the platinum markers (135 silver) to the right of the fairway. A large bunker starts 60 yards from the green and protects the left front of the green, which is elevated and very deep. The front part of the green slopes to the right.
Handicap (M): 11
Handicap (W): 9
A good par four dog-leg to the left. The ideal tee shot is in the centre right. The green is elevated and the front part tilts towards the back.
Handicap (M): 4
Handicap (W): 6
A precision par three. The club must be chosen wisely since the green is elevated and not very deep. The penalty area continues to the back of the green. The green slopes slightly forward.
Handicap (M): 18
Handicap (W): 14
Par five with a winding fairway. The ideal tee shot is towards the centre left of the lane. The approach shot should be made from the centre right of the fairway to about 100 yards, since trees are blocking the left side. Closer to the green, the downhill sloping fairway ends in a water penalty area and a stone wall that protects the front of the green. The green is steeply sloped forward and very fast.
Handicap (M): 10
Handicap (W): 4
Par four dog-leg to the left. A tee shot in the fairway ensures clear access to the green, which is protected by two bunkers. The front part of the green slopes towards the fairway, the back is flat.
Handicap (M): 6
Handicap (W): 10
Uphill par three. Select one, even two more than you would normally use for this distance, especially if the flag is positioned on the second tier. A beautiful waterfall catches our attention on the left side of the green and a bunker protects the right side. The green is deep with two tiers.
Handicap (M): 12
Handicap (W): 18
Par five dog-leg to the right. A precise tee shot in the centre right of the fairway, followed by a second shot that should avoid the bunker on the right and the lake on the left. Access to the green is narrow. The green is elevated and well protected by a large bunker on the left. The green is flat and deeper on the right.
Handicap (M): 14
Handicap (W): 12
Par four with a severely bent dog-leg to the left. Most players will opt for a tee shot towards the centre of the fairway. Access to the green is difficult since two bunkers, one on the front left and the other on the right, protect the green. The back left side of the green slopes slightly to the left and the front right side slopes slightly to the right.
Handicap (M): 2
Handicap (W): 2
Our signature hole is a challenging par three island. Although the green is big, it is imperative to choose the right club and aim for the centre of the green. The many undulations on the green make putting more difficult when the flag is placed at the extremities. Wind is a significant element on this hole.
Handicap (M): 16
Handicap (W): 16
Par five dog-leg to the right. A tee shot in the centre left of the fairway is ideal to get the optimum angle on the second shot. Avoid bunkers on the left side of the fairway and woods on the right. The green is protected by a bunker on the left and a lake on the right. The green is very deep.
Handicap (M): 8
Handicap (W): 8