Course Tour

Course Tour

Hole By Hole Layout


St. Andrews. Approach this narrow green from the left-center of the fairway. Yardage accuracy is a must for your second shot into this tiered green.


Troon. This long par 4 features a green that is receptive to many shots.


Gleneagles. This par 5 can be reached in two if you clear the fairway bunker. Otherwise, lay up with a short iron and leave yourself with a short pitch shot over the creek.


Turnberry. A beautiful downhill par 3 well protected by a rocky creek and two deep bunkers.


Carnoustie. A formidable par 4 that requires a long drive and a testing long shot to an uphill green. Take plenty of club.


Gullane. This downhill shot will require one less club as well as confidence in your swing.


Dornoch´. An opportunity for a birdie on this shorter par 4 if you can avoid the sand.


Prestwick. The left center of the fairway is the best approach to the smallest green on the course. Think twice about hitting the driver.


Muirfield. A deceiving view from the tee hides the large landing area past the center bunker. Two good shots here might give you a shot at an eagle.


Augusta. The back 9 starts with a challenging par 4. The receptive green is guarded by two hidden bunkers on the left.


Winged Foot. This par 3 looks ominous, and the sloping green can be treacherous.


Oakmont. There are a lot of options off the tee, but the fairway bunker 224 yards from 332 plate makes a good target.


Baltusrol. The narrowest fairway on the course dictates the straightest of drives but not neccessarily the longest.


Shinnecock. A strategic par 5 that requires both good decisions and good play. The correct plan of attack might yield a birdie.


Merion. This par 4 dogleg left demands precise play, even though it is the only hole on the course without sand.


Inverness. A short but beautiful par 3 over water. A good chance to pick up a stroke, if you can keep dry.


Pinehurst. A drive to the right side of the fairway lengthens the second shot but reduces the carry over water. It is 237 yards to reach the water from the white tees.


Pine Valley. A great chance to finish your round with a birdie! Beware of the small creek running near the front of the green.


Legendary. Just for fun! This challenging par 3 over water plays a little shorter than it looks. Make your last swing a good one.

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Course Map

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