SCORECARD and LAYOUT
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#1 - Par 4 - 299 Yards - Men's Tee
Classic risk-reward hole. Accurate driver leaves a short chip, but errant shots can find water or trees left and right.
#1 - Par 4 - 255 Yards - Ladies' Tee
Favor the middle/right and get your round started with an easy par.
#1 - Green
Generous green with a tricky false front when they're running fast. Pin position is the difference between a birdie and possible 3 putt.
#2 - Par 4 - 350 Yards - Men's Tee
Trees left and right with lots of room in the middle. Anything in the alleyway will give you a manageable approach shot.
#2 - Par 4 - 267 Yards - Ladies' Tee
Stay out of the trees on the left and right to have a nice approach shot. Long hitters need to avoid a pull as the river bends back towards the fairway.
#2 - Green
Gracious landing area on a gently sloping back to front green. Elevated to most approach shots which makes extreme accuracy difficult. Danger awaits if you go long.
#3 - Par 5 - 543 Yards - Men's Tee
LGCC's signature hole provides a little of everything for most golfers. Stay clear of OB on the left and a trap on the right and you'll have some options with your 2nd shot.
#3 - Par 5 - 451 Yards - Ladies' Tee
Good opportunity to let it rip off the tee. Avoid OB on the left and the trap coming up on the right and you'll have an open 2nd shot.
#3 - Fairway
Shorter hitters will have a longer shot to set up their approach while the big hitters will be tempted to get home in 2.
#3 - Approach
The best approach shot at LGCC, it rewards accurate golfers with a chance for birdie but trouble lurks in all directions for everyone else.
#3 - Green
Large, manageable green can give plenty of scoring opportunities.
#4 - Par 3 - 155 Yards - M/W's Tee
A shared tee box for the longest Par 3 on the course. OB on the left and well-placed sandtraps near the green require an accurate shot, windy days will drastically increase the difficulty.
#4 - Green
A large, deep green, pin placement can dictate a 1 or 2 club adjustment from the tee.
#5 - Par 5 - 555 Yards - Men's Tee
Grip it and rip it as this long par 5 has the widest landing area on the course.
#5 - Par 5 - 456 Yards - Ladies' Tee
Length is the biggest challenge for the ladies on this hole, so let it rip off the tee.
#5 - Fairway
Unless you bomb it off the tee, the second shot will be blind coming up over the hill to a wide fairway. Birdies are attainable with a couple decent shots. (Green photo currently MIA)
#6 - Par 3 - 120 Yards - M/W's Tee
The shortest hole on the course plays harder than it looks thanks to a deep tee box and some tricky pin positions. Trouble lurks if you go long.
#6 - Green
A large target with few slopes allows you to get it close for scoring opportunities. Be careful though, as even the members have trouble with its notoriously tricky reads.
#7 - Par 4 - 333 Yards - M/W's Tee
The hardest, easy hole on the course as players regularly gamble to cut the corner and shorten the hole. A perfect shot leaves a great birdie chance, a bad bounce could leave you scrambling for par or worse.
#7 - Approach
The hole plays as a dogleg left, leaving this approach shot to the green after an accurate drive.
#7 - Green
Pin position can make all the difference on this sizable green with large slopes. Keep it close to avoid a 3 putt.
#8 - Par 3 - 145 Yards - M/W's Tee
A visually challenging par 3 can be conquered with an accurate shot but anything short, right, or long will make things difficult.
#8 - Green
Sloping back to front towards the river makes this green difficult if you are deep. Play below the pin for your best chance at a good score.
#9 - Par 4 - 301 Yards - Men's Tee
A great finishing hole that can yield scoring opportunities with an accurate tee shot. Errant tee shots can add several strokes to your score with trouble in all directions, luckily the clubhouse is the next stop.
#9 - Par 4 - 267 Yards - Ladies' Tee
Split the trees and sandtraps with a big drive and the ladies can be on in 1. Stray off course and there is trouble and potential added strokes lurking.
#9 - Green
After a tricky tee shot, the pin position will dictate scoring chances. Bag a birdie and head to the clubhouse to celebrate.