Oak Course

Oak - Hole 1 | Par 5
Blue White Gold Red
500 yds 480 yds 475 yds 470 yds
The opening hole has a generous driving area. The ideal drive is the left side of the fairway leaving a mid iron for your lay-up to set up a short approach shot. The green is protected by two large bunkers. Big hitters with a good drive can have a go for this green in two, but be willing to pay the price of any miscalculation.
Oak - Hole 2 | Par 3
Blue White Gold Red
195 yds 180 yds 175 yds 170 yds
This hole requires a well-struck long iron to the only Beau Chêne par three that doesn't have water on it. A deep bunker that fronts the right side of this green and a bunker that will catch any shots long and left guard the green. Par is a good score here!
Oak - Hole 3 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
390 yds 370 yds 365 yds 360 yds
This mid-length par four can play tough if your drive goes too far right from the tee. There is more fairway to the left than is apparent, so avoid both the bunker and oak trees that guard the right side of this fairway. This will leave you a mid to short iron to a very large green.
Oak - Hole 4 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
370 yds 360 yds 355 yds 350 yds
This relatively short par four requires finesse rather than strength off the tee. A beautiful lake protects this hole on the left. With a fairway that slopes right to left golfers must hit an accurate tee shot that will leave a mid-iron approach to a slightly elevated green.
Oak - Hole 5 | Par 3
Blue White Gold Red
158 yds 130 yds 120 yds 110 yds
This picturesque par three is our signature hole?and is loaded with trouble! A large bunker fronts the green and another bunker lies behind the green. Wind coming off the Tchefuncta River to the right of this green tends to swirl so be sure of your club selection.
Oak - Hole 6 | Par 5
Blue White Gold Red
515 yds 500 yds 490 yds 485 yds
This dogleg left par five is a three-shot hole and requires an accurate approach shot to this two-tiered green, which offers difficult pin positions. The smart play here is to keep your golf ball in the fairway both off the tee and on your approach shot.
Oak - Hole 7 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
410 yds 390 yds 385 yds 380 yds
This long par four requires a strong drive, preferably to left-center to guard against the fairway bunker on the right side. The second shot here will require a mid to long iron to a slightly elevated green that slopes from back to front. A par on this hole is a good score.
Oak - Hole 8 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
380 yds 360 yds 275 yds 270 yds
This short par four requires an accurate, well-placed drive off the tee. The entire right side of this fairway is bordered by a beautiful lake that cuts in front of the green, making the approach shot a forced carry to a green that slopes from back to front. Both the tee shot and approach shot on this hole are intimidating.
Oak - Hole 9 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
430 yds 410 yds 335 yds 330 yds
This is a great finishing hole for the outward nine, requiring a long drive to the center of the fairway, which leaves a demanding approach shot to this well-protected green. Take par on this difficult hole and move on.
Oak - Hole 10 | Par 5
Blue White Gold Red
510 yds 490 yds 480 yds 475 yds
This is a good par five that allows the big hitters to gamble and attempt to reach this green in two. For most golfers though, the smart play is to lay-up and leave a short pitch shot to the green to make your birdie the more traditional way.
Oak - Hole 11 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
430 yds 405 yds 400 yds 390 yds
This is a long difficult par four and is often considered the toughest hole on the course. This hole requires a long left to right drive that will leave a mid to long iron to a very flat green. A deep bunker fronts the green. If you leave this hole with a par you have picked up a shot to the field.
Oak - Hole 12 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
370 yds 350 yds 345 yds 335 yds
Good positioning off the tee is essential on this severe dogleg right par four. Accuracy is more important than power on this short hole, requiring a tee shot of 220 yards to the left center of the fairway. That will leave you with a very delicate approach shot to a green that is surrounded by bunkers.
Oak - Hole 13 | Par 3
Blue White Gold Red
175 yds 150 yds 145 yds 140 yds
This is a very demanding par three that requires proper club selection. Bunkers, both in the front and the rear, guard a very shallow green. The tee shot is over water and the wind generally swirls.
Oak - Hole 14 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
360 yds 340 yds 335 yds 330 yds
Distance can be deceiving! Don't let the short length of this hole lure you to sleep, as this par four requires a accurately placed drive to a narrow fairway that is protected by a fairway bunker on the right and a cypress lake that runs the length of the hole down the left. After avoiding trouble off the tee with a well placed drive, the approach shot is to a slightly elevated green that slopes from back to front.
Oak - Hole 15 | Par 5
Blue White Gold Red
525 yds 505 yds 445 yds 440 yds
This par five is a difficult driving hole due to the hazard on the left, which makes you aim further right than needed. Ideally you want to aim for the right-center of the fairway. That will leave you with a long iron to lay-up. The green is protected by a front bunker as well as a greenside bunker guarding the left side.
Oak - Hole 16 | Par 3
Blue White Gold Red
205 yds 160 yds 125 yds 120 yds
The longest par three on the course plays even longer because the entire hole requires a carry over water. This green is very deep and, depending where the pin is located, it can be as much as three clubs' difference from front to back. Club selection is very important on this devilish par three.
Oak - Hole 17 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
380 yds 350 yds 345 yds 345 yds
This par four requires a long drive to the right-center which will allow for an open look to the green guarded by a lake on the left and a very large bunker on the right. This is a very deep green and proper club selection is important for your approach shot. A large oak tree protects the left side of the fairway and green so try to avoid the left side if you wish to make par.
Oak - Hole 18 | Par 4
Blue White Gold Red
415 yds 395 yds 350 yds 340 yds
Aim it down the middle, be committed to your shot, and let it rip! This is a very difficult finishing hole with fairway bunkers on both sides and a winding water hazard that runs the entire length of the fairway on the left. The ideal landing area is between the two fairway bunkers that will leave you with a mid-iron approach shot to the green.

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