Course Tour

Hole 1

Par 4

The shortish opening hole sets up the golf course perfectly. This hole allows a player many club options off of the tee. The fairway bunker on the left shapes this dog leg right for the slightly uphill second shot. This green is well bunkered with two bunkers on the left and one on the front right.

green

Yardage: 350

Men's Handicap: 8

blue

Yardage: 332

Men's Handicap: 8

white

Yardage: 304

Men's Handicap: 8
Women's Handicap: 8

red

Yardage: 254

Men's Handicap: 8
Women's Handicap: 8

Hole 2

Par 3

This hole has multiple tees available for the player. This “split tee” look allows the player to play the hole from many different angles depending on hole location. The green is flanked with bunkers both front right and left but with room for lower shots to be “bounced” to a mid-sized green. Club selection is key based on wind.

green

Yardage: 174

Men's Handicap: 16

blue

Yardage: 152

Men's Handicap: 16

white

Yardage: 148

Men's Handicap: 16
Women's Handicap: 16

red

Yardage: 116

Men's Handicap: 16
Women's Handicap: 16

Hole 3

Par 4

Is the longest Par 4 on the front-nine. The tee shot plays down hill to a fairway that is protected by a fairway bunker on the right side that turns the hole nicely. The second shot is played uphill to a large green with a beautiful view of the ACC clubhouse. Given the length of the hole there is ample space to run a shot up onto the green.

green

Yardage: 457

Men's Handicap: 14

blue

Yardage: 439

Men's Handicap: 14

white

Yardage: 413

Men's Handicap: 14
Women's Handicap: 4

red

Yardage: 328

Men's Handicap: 14
Women's Handicap: 4

Hole 4

Par 4

Gently bending to the left and uphill, number four is another par 4 that offers plenty of difficulty on each shot. This is the only hole on the golf course with one bunker. This bunker guards the left side of the green. Hitting the fairway is crucial to your ability to play into this green that is tilted from back to front.

green

Yardage: 418

Men's Handicap: 10

blue

Yardage: 409

Men's Handicap: 10

white

Yardage: 368

Men's Handicap: 10
Women's Handicap: 2

red

Yardage: 298

Men's Handicap: 10
Women's Handicap: 2

Hole 5

Par 4

This middle length par 4 again allows the player club selection options off the tee. Avoiding the trees to the right of the fairway is a must for any player wanting to get a good look at the second shot that plays uphill. Another well-bunkered green with another beautiful view of the Clubhouse.

green

Yardage: 404

Men's Handicap: 2

blue

Yardage: 387

Men's Handicap: 2

white

Yardage: 374

Men's Handicap: 2
Women's Handicap: 10

red

Yardage: 284

Men's Handicap: 2
Women's Handicap: 10

Hole 6

Par 3

This slightly downhill par 3 plays to a deep green guarded by a left and back right greenside bunker. The back left “Sunday Hole Location” is guarded by the clubs largest water feature and can be accessed by the slope in the middle of green as well as through the air. Adequate room in the front allows for players to get to all areas of the green.

green

Yardage: 208

Men's Handicap: 18

blue

Yardage: 172

Men's Handicap: 18

white

Yardage: 153

Men's Handicap: 18
Women's Handicap: 18

red

Yardage: 104

Men's Handicap: 18
Women's Handicap: 18

Hole 7

Par 4

The seventh hole plays uphill and doglegs left to right. The best positioned tee shot is between the fairway bunker left of the fairway and a grouping of trees on the right. This green features many hole locations as the green is semi divided by the front pot bunker. Playing from long of the green makes par a tall order.

green

Yardage: 390

Men's Handicap: 12

blue

Yardage: 368

Men's Handicap: 12

white

Yardage: 345

Men's Handicap: 12
Women's Handicap: 14

red

Yardage: 286

Men's Handicap: 12
Women's Handicap: 14

Hole 8

Par 4

The second of ACC’s right to left holes is aided with the prevailing Southwest wind. The Water Tower in the distance is a good line for tee shots. Finding the fairway is the highest priority for playing into a green that moves with slope and prevailing wind shaping from front right to back left.

green

Yardage: 443

Men's Handicap: 4

blue

Yardage: 427

Men's Handicap: 4

white

Yardage: 382

Men's Handicap: 4
Women's Handicap: 12

red

Yardage: 318

Men's Handicap: 4
Women's Handicap: 12

Hole 9

Par 5

The first Par five of the day presents a good opportunity for birdie for the longer hitters. For the players needing to lay up, focus your second shot left of the Oak that lies 90 yards from the green along the right side of the fairway. This well bunkered shallow green will accept a precise long shot. The hole location should dictate how players navigate the final hole of the front nine.

green

Yardage: 502

Men's Handicap: 6

blue

Yardage: 481

Men's Handicap: 6

white

Yardage: 450

Men's Handicap: 6
Women's Handicap: 6

red

Yardage: 350

Men's Handicap: 6
Women's Handicap: 6

Hole 10

Par 4

The first hole of the back nine provides many options off the tee. Aggressive longer players are welcome to “let ‘er rip” while navigating a lake and bunker on the right and trees and a poor angle into the green on the left. A more conservative player will play from the tee short to the widest part of the fairway. The uphill second shot plays to a deep green with subtle breaks.

green

Yardage: 395

Men's Handicap: 13

blue

Yardage: 378

Men's Handicap: 13

white

Yardage: 341

Men's Handicap: 13
Women's Handicap: 11

red

Yardage: 291

Men's Handicap: 13
Women's Handicap: 11

Hole 11

Par 3

If a picturesque Par 3 is what you are after, then look no further. This downhill tee shot over water is played to a green with a bunker in the front and back. What you see is what you get here. Club selection and commitment to your shot are the two most important recipes for success.

green

Yardage: 160

Men's Handicap: 15

blue

Yardage: 144

Men's Handicap: 15

white

Yardage: 126

Men's Handicap: 15
Women's Handicap: 15

red

Yardage: 96

Men's Handicap: 15
Women's Handicap: 15

Hole 12

Par 4

Is the longest Par 4 on the golf course. The tee shot plays up hill into the prevailing wind. The bunker through the fairway is “just for show” for most players. The second shot features a precisely struck middle to long iron played to a green with bunkers flanking the front left and right. If more club is needed use the opening in the front of the green to run up a longer second shot.

green

Yardage: 487

Men's Handicap: 9

blue

Yardage: 431

Men's Handicap: 9

white

Yardage: 412

Men's Handicap: 9
Women's Handicap: 1

red

Yardage: 338

Men's Handicap: 9
Women's Handicap: 1

Hole 13

Par 5

The second of A.C.C.’s Par 5’s presents a good opportunity for a birdie, however you better mind your “P’s” and “Q’s”! The tee shot plays down the hill and moves left to right with the contour of the fairway. Decision making is the name of the game on the second shot. Playing short of the pond that crosses the fairway leads to a much more difficult third into the green, playing over the pond brings a tight landing area into play with the two Fairway Bunkers. The small green complex again will yield birdies for quality shots.

green

Yardage: 558

Men's Handicap: 1

blue

Yardage: 532

Men's Handicap: 1

white

Yardage: 494

Men's Handicap: 1
Women's Handicap: 17

red

Yardage: 442

Men's Handicap: 1
Women's Handicap: 7

Hole 14

Par 4

This hole is straight as a Crow Flies, but players are encouraged to play their tee shot towards the tree that sits in the left half of the fairway. There is plenty of room left of the tree. This narrow, deep green allows for shots to be played on the ground onto the green from the fairway.

green

Yardage: 420

Men's Handicap: 3

blue

Yardage: 403

Men's Handicap: 3

white

Yardage: 375

Men's Handicap: 3
Women's Handicap: 17

red

Yardage: 310

Men's Handicap: 3
Women's Handicap: 17

Hole 15

Par 4

This “beefy” dog leg right Par 4 plays into the prevailing wind. Longer players should play to the right side of the “aiming” fairway bunker while shorter hitters should stay left and use the contour of the fairway to find the middle of the fairway. The second shot plays uphill to a green guarded with a bunker on the right side. Make no mistake, chipping from left of the green presents a great challenge.

green

Yardage: 440

Men's Handicap: 7

blue

Yardage: 420

Men's Handicap: 7

white

Yardage: 400

Men's Handicap: 7
Women's Handicap: 9

red

Yardage: 330

Men's Handicap: 7
Women's Handicap: 9

Hole 16

Par 4

Number sixteen provides many club options for the right to left tee shot. A conservative play towards the fairway bunker from the tee will leave players a short iron into a green. A well-placed long tee shot will leave players with a shorter wedge shot to a small well protected green.

green

Yardage: 382

Men's Handicap: 11

blue

Yardage: 363

Men's Handicap: 11

white

Yardage: 338

Men's Handicap: 11
Women's Handicap: 3

red

Yardage: 283

Men's Handicap: 11
Women's Handicap: 3

Hole 17

Par 3

ACC’s longest Par 3 has multiple tees, but all require a long shot to be played down the hill. This large green allows for shots being played to the front of the green to release towards back and middle hole locations. This green is pitched from back to front and left to right. Par is a good score!

green

Yardage: 217

Men's Handicap: 17

blue

Yardage: 198

Men's Handicap: 17

white

Yardage: 180

Men's Handicap: 17
Women's Handicap: 13

red

Yardage: 150

Men's Handicap: 17
Women's Handicap: 13

Hole 18

Par 5

The closing hole is a straight Par 5. A tee shot needs to be placed between the bunkers on the right and the trees on the left. Your lay up shot should be placed short of the pond left of the green. If you choose to go for the green in two, you will need to hit an accurate shot between the greenside front right bunker and the pond. This deep green slopes from back to front and right to left.

green

Yardage: 532

Men's Handicap: 5

blue

Yardage: 508

Men's Handicap: 5

white

Yardage: 455

Men's Handicap: 5
Women's Handicap: 5

red

Yardage: 425

Men's Handicap: 5
Women's Handicap: 5