Hole #1
Hole #1

Blue Tees: 379 Yds.   White Tees: 363 Yds.   Yellow Tees: 354 Yds.   Red Tees: 296 Yds. Right out of the box you’ve got a demanding par 4.  From the regular tees, longer hitters may want to play a fairway wood.  Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee; small pond in front of and a severe drop-off left and rear of green make the muscles tense up early.

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Hole #2
Hole #2

Blue Tees: 217 Yds.   White Tees:  186 Yds.   Yellow Tees:  169 Yds.   Red Tees:  139 Yds. Longish par three that is the number one handicap hole.  Most of the trouble is on the right.

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Hole #18
Hole #18

Blue Tees: 535 Yds.   White Tees: 511 Yds.   Yellow Tees: 502 Yds.   Red Tees: 447 Yds. Your round at Goodyear finishes with a par five reachable by only the longest of hitters.  Jenny Lane and O.B. await errant tee shots to the right.  The second shot is across a creek that dissects the fairway diagonally and runs the length of the hole left.  Two fairway and two greenside bunkers guard the last 100 or so yards home.  Birdie is a good finish!

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Hole #1
Hole #1

Blue Tees: 379 Yds.   White Tees: 363 Yds.   Yellow Tees: 354 Yds.   Red Tees: 296 Yds. Right out of the box you’ve got a demanding par 4.  From the regular tees, longer hitters may want to play a fairway wood.  Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee; small pond in front of and a severe drop-off left and rear of green make the muscles tense up early.

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