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   #1 Par 4   
 
 
  #1 hole

Don’t be fooled by this slight dogleg to the left.

The waste bunker down the left side can flown by a big tee shot, but will result in a second shot that must carry the front greenside bunker from the rough to a shallow green.

Right center of the fairway will set up an ideal approach.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  401
Tee # 2:  376
Tee # 3:  376
Tee # 4:  354
Tee # 5:  339
Tee # 6:  309
 

#1 3d

 
         
         
         
   #2 Par 4   
  #2 hole

Driver is not required except from the #1 tee.

Compute your yardage to the 150-yard pole and be prudent.

Par is a good score here.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  417
Tee # 2:  376
Tee # 3:  345
Tee # 4:  333
Tee # 5:  317
Tee # 6:  294
 

#2 3D
 
         
         
         
   #3 Par 3  
  #3 hole

Playing over water with bunkers left and right, the tee shot must be very precise.

The green is quite deep but not very wide especially if the pin is located in the back.

A severe back to front slope can make for a challenging two putt.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  196
Tee # 2:  157
Tee # 3:  147
Tee # 4:  131
Tee # 5:  123
Tee # 6:  105
 

#3
 
         
         
 
     
   #4 Par 4   
  #4 hole

Out of Bounds left and twin fairway bunkers right challenge your tee shot.

Favor the left side with the tee shot to open up the green for your approach.

The green is well bunkered with a back right pin location the most difficult.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  418
Tee # 2:  395
Tee # 3:  395
Tee # 4:  365
Tee # 5:  345
Tee # 6:  286
 

#4
 
         
         
 
     
   #5 Par 5  
  #5 hole

The right side of the fairway off the tee opens up the many options.

The waste area starts at 245 yards from the #3 tee and continues up the entire right side of the hole.

Beware of going left on the second shot as the fairway slopes toward the water.

Green has multiple levels, be precise and get rewarded with a good chance for birdie.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  568
Tee # 2:  511
Tee # 3:  497
Tee # 4:  458
Tee # 5:  453
Tee # 6:  410

 
#5
 
         
         
 
     
   #6 Par 4   
  #6 hole

Avoid the large aiming bunker on the right with a tee shot down the left side of the fairway that slopes from left to right.

Risk a big tee shot over the left edge of the bunker and the speed slot will reward you with a short iron approach.

Caution, this hole has some teeth and will most certainly bite.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  427
Tee # 2:  394
Tee # 3:  394
Tee # 4:  385
Tee # 5:  347
Tee # 6:  296
 

#6
 
         
         
 
     
   #7 Par 5  
  #7 hole

The #1 handicap hole, for good reason.

Must keep the tee shot up the right side of this sloping fairway, too far left and it’s wet.

The second shot must avoid the second lake on the right and should be played toward the fairway bunker on the left.

This will leave approximately a 125-yard approach to one of the more unique greens at Kingsway.

Check the pin position and choose the correct club to have a reasonable opportunity to two putt or make a run at birdie.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  593
Tee # 2:  563
Tee # 3:  508
Tee # 4:  473
Tee # 5:  441
Tee # 6:  431
 
#7
 
         
         
         
   #8 Par 3  
  #8 hole

Don’t relax on this hole; the double level green is surrounded by trouble.

Pay close attention to the wind and select enough club to avoid the pot bunker in front, not many good things result from there.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  175
Tee # 2:  170
Tee # 3:  170
Tee # 4:  160
Tee # 5:  136
Tee # 6:  130
 

#8
 
         
         
         
   #9 Par 4   
  #9 hole

A challenging close to the front nine.

The two large fairway bunkers must be avoided, but, too far left is protected by water and trees.

The slightly elevated green is guarded by bunkers front and back with a tightly mown collection area right of the green.

A par here will win most Nassau bets.


Yardages
Tee # 1:  410
Tee # 2:  405
Tee # 3:  392
Tee # 4:  371
Tee # 5:  357
Tee # 6:  333
 

#9
 
         
         
     

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