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HOLE 1 | PAR 4
With an open fairway and dogleg right, a driver down the left side is the perfect shot to set up a good angle for a short iron approach shot.
HOLE 2 | PAR 4
The sloping right to left fairway requires a long iron down the right side allowing the ball to feed to the left side of the fairway. The uphill approach shot requires an extra club to avoid the front bunkers.
HOLE 3 | PAR 5
The longest hole on the golf course requires a drive down the right side setting up a fairway wood and a wedge approach to a heavily bunkered green.
HOLE 4 | PAR 3
This long Par 3 usually plays into the prevailing wind requiring an extra club to carry onto a well bunkered green
HOLE 5 | PAR 5
Avoiding the fairway bunker on the right is a must to set up this Par 5. A fairway wood down the left side shortens this dogleg left, leaving a short wedge to the green.
HOLE 6 | PAR 4
A mid to long iron off the tee must avoid the fairway bunkers, leaving a short iron into the green. The approach shot requires a carry over a hazard, so allow for plenty of club.
HOLE 7 | PAR 4
A severe dog leg to the right requires a 3 wood down the left side allowing for an open approach shot to a heavily bunkered green.
HOLE 8 | PAR 4
Only a 3 wood is required to reach the elevated landing area of Honey Run's signature hole. The approach shot is only a short iron to an ample green.
HOLE 9 | PAR 3
This uphill Par 3 requires an extra club or two to reach the elevated green
HOLE 10 | PAR 4
A perfectly straight long iron is needed off the tee to avoid the trees on either side of the fairway. The downhill approach shot plays slightly short of the actual yardage.
HOLE 11 | PAR 4
The tee shot must be played down the left side to avoiding a large Maple a leaving an open approach shot.
HOLE 12 | PAR 3
The water hazard on the right requires a tee shot to favor the left side of the green.
HOLE 13 | PAR 4
The dramatic right to left slope of this Par 5 requires all three shots to remain on the right side of the fairway. Placement on the second is preferred over distance and only requires a mid iron.
HOLE 14 | PAR 4
wide open fairway allows for a driver off the tee leaving a short wedge into the green, playing to the middle of the green helps to avoid the greenside bunkers.
HOLE 15 | PAR 5
The tee shot of this Par 5 is protected by fairway bunkers on both sides of the fairway. Once the tee shot is in play a fairway wood can be played down the left side avoiding the fairway and greenside bunkers.
HOLE 16 | PAR 4
This long dog leg left requires a drive down the right side just short of the pond. The approach shot is uphill and over bunkers requiring an extra club to reach the green.
HOLE 17 | PAR 3
This short downhill Par 3 plays a club shorter than the actual yardage. Aiming for the middle of the green takes the greenside bunkers out of play.
HOLE 18 | PAR 4
An uphill tee shot opens up down the left side taking the trees on the right out of play. An extremely deep green may require an extra club to a back pin placement.
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- $25.00Junior Lesson for 1/2 hour (Age 16 and Under)
- $30.00Individual Rates for 1/2 hour
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