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Front Nine

Hole 1

Hole 1
Blue/White Par 5
Gold 529
Blue 516
White 496
Men's Hcp 6
Red Par 5
Red 431
Ladies Hcp 11

The opening hole at The Pines is a par 5. Keep your tee shot to the middle left of the fairway and you should you find yourself with a good approach to the green.  Beware of the bunkers which guard both the right and left sides of the green. 

Hole 2

Hole 2
Blue/White Par 4
Gold 378
Blue 370
White 356
Men's Hcp 8
Red Par 4
Red 331
Ladies Hcp 6

The second hole at The Pines is a par 4. Keep your tee shot to the middle right of the fairway and you should you find yourself with a good second shot to the green.  The bunker on the right of the green will only be a factor if the pin placement is to the right.

Hole 3

Hole 3
Blue/White Par 3
Gold 170
Blue 167
White 154
Men's Hcp 9
Red Par 3
Red 139
Ladies Hcp 13

The third hole at The Pines can be a tough par 3 if fear of water is your nemisis. Don't let the small pond between you and the green hinder your thoughts for a par. 

Hole 4

Hole 4
Blue/White Par 5
Gold 517
Blue 504
White 478
Men's Hcp 18
Red Par 5
Red 365
Ladies Hcp 14

Hole four can be a tough par 5 if your tee shots tend to stray.  Keep your tee shot to the middle left of the fairway and away from the woods for a better approach to the green.  A birdie here will look nice on your scorecard and improve your confidence for the next hole.  

Hole 5

Hole 5
Blue/White Par 4
Gold 415
Blue 407
White 390
Men's Hcp 3
Red Par 4
Red 373
Ladies Hcp 2

Hole five is a challenging par 4 with a slight dog-leg to the left.  Keep your tee shot in the middle and away from the trouble of the trees.  A par here is not a bad score.  

Hole 6

Hole 6
Blue/White Par 4
Gold 378
Blue 371
White 355
Men's Hcp 13
Red Par 4
Red 322
Ladies Hcp 7

Hole six can be a challenge if you tend to slice.  Keep your tee shot to the left and away from the trouble of the woods on the right.  A par here will keep you on track.

Hole 7

Hole 7
Blue/White Par 4
Gold 316
Blue 309
White 296
Men's Hcp 12
Red Par 4
Red 284
Ladies Hcp 18

Hole seven can also be a difficuult one if you slice.  Your tee shot should be to the middle left and away from the trouble of the trees on the right.  Long hitters will only need a short wedge to the elevated green and a birdie here is well within your grasp.  

Hole 8

Hole 8
Blue/White Par 3
Gold 159
Blue 159
White 153
Men's Hcp 11
Red Par 3
Red 140
Ladies Hcp 15

Hole eight requires that you get your distance right off the tee.  Too short and you'll most likely need a sand wedge from the large bunker that guards the green on the front right side.  

Hole 9

Hole 9
Blue/White Par 4
Gold 354
Blue 346
White 331
Men's Hcp 17
Red Par 4
Red 282
Ladies Hcp 16

The last hole on the front is a slight dog-leg to the left.  Keep your drive in the left middle of the fairway and you've got a good shot at being on in two. Time to start thinking about getting a drink and maybe a snack from the club house.