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A beautiful starting hole from an elevated tee, with views of the surrounding mountain ranges. It requires an accurate drive between scattered trees on both sides of the fairway. The second shot is over a small, rock banked, brook to the largest green on the course.
A flat dogleg right hole with the middle fork of the New River on the left. The second shot is to a smaller green for Boone Golf Club. A possible birdie hole between two difficult ones.
A difficult par 3 with water to the left and a marsh short and to the right. The green slopes to a collection area on the right side. This is the most difficult par 3 on the course.
A demanding par 4 with a tee shot across water with also water bordering the right side of the fairway to the green. The false front makes the second shot look longer that it plays.
If you have lost a couple of shots to “old man par” Hole five gives the player an opportunity to get back a shot. Pay attention to pin position as this is a deep thin green. Also, a miss to the left can leave a fast, downhill chip than can run off the green. While this is a birdie hole a big number can jump up and bite!
This par 5 requires an accurate tee shot with woods on both sides of the fairway. A decision on the second shot is to lay up short of a small pond or to gamble and try to reach the green in two. The green sits nestled below the clubhouse with the mountain tops peaking over the clubhouse. The green is the second largest on the course and it is very undulating.
On this short dogleg left the tee shot must avoid a small creek to the left and woods to the right. A good tee shot leaves a short iron in to a green with a large mound on the left. A good chance to pick up a birdie.
As architect Ellis Maples like to do the tee shot on this long par three has a beautiful mountain side for a back drop. The tee shot must also miss bunkers on the left and right front to a green with a small mount in the middle to make putting a challenge.
This par 4 does not require a driver but accuracy is required both off the tee and to the green. A small creek must be avoided off the tee and around the green. This typical Ellis Maples green has lots of motion and shots are usually better to be left short of the hole.
One of the more mountainous holes on the course. This long par 5 starts off from a narrow chute and leads out to a sloping fairway. Long hitters can get home in two with a good drive and an accurate second shot. The second shot is played across a valley. Years ago a free membership was given to the golfer who was able to navigate this difficult hole with an eagle.
The shortest of all par 3’s on the course. This hole plays from an elevated tee to an elevated green. Don’t fall for the false front, because a short shot leaves a tricky chip.
This dog leg left is a chance to get back a shot or two. Golfers can hit the driver and hope to be close to the green or can play it safe and lay back with an iron and still have a short iron into the green. Ellis Maples gave us a risk reward hole at its finest
The 13th hole is one of the more majestic holes on the course. A good drive is a must to navigate this hole with a par or better. The fairway is lined with trees on both sides and gently drops down to green that you simply cannot go long. If you do go over the green a big number awaits you.
Start with a good drive on this hole and set your self up for a challenging second shot. The green is surrounded by a big bunker on the right and big mound on the left. Miss this green on either side and you will be left with a difficult up and down.
A really good short par 4. This green is protected by part of the New River, with collection areas long and to the left. An accurate short shot can leave you a reasonable birdie putt, but a little mistake can leave you quite a challenge.
A long par 3 with natural areas surrounding the green. A beautiful setting that requires an accurate shot. Make par here and you have done well.
A par five that the really long hitter can get home in two. A long narrow green with an Ellis Maples collection area on the left and marsh further to the left. Small or large numbers are a possibility on this hole.
A beautiful, difficult hole to finish. Ellis Maples loved to design holes with a mountain for a back drop. He gives you this beauty on both the tee shot and second shot on this finishing hole. Trees on both side of the fairway make for a difficult tee shot and a pond guards the left side of this long narrow green. A challenging but beautiful finishing hole.