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Championship Course Tour & Information

  • Front
  • Hole01

    Tip: This excellent starting hole offers a challenging drive over wetlands to a well-bunkered fairway.
  • Hole02

    Tip: Staying left off the tee opens up the fairway and avoids the large cottonwood tree. On your long second shot, stay left to avoid the tree that guards the right center of the fairway 47 yards from the center of the green.
  • Hole03

    Tip: This generous fairway allows you to hit your driver from the tee. The large undulating green accepts green accepts most shots. Three putts are possible.
  • Hole04

    Tip: Risk leads to reward on this short dogleg left. The safe play calls for a 200-yard shot to the left edge of the bunkers located on the right side of the fairway. Big hitters may drive this green, but any shot left is trouble.
  • Hole05
  • Hole06

    Tip: This long downhill par 4 provides a very generous driving area. The tough part of playing this hole is the second shot. Accuracy is the key. Landing short is better than long or off-line.
  • Hole07

    Tip: This short par 4 offers a birdie opportunity. Keep your drive away from the trees guarding the right entry to the green. Be careful - this large green also sets up three putts.
  • Hole08

    Tip: A large stand of trees to the left and behind the green guard this beautiful par 3. Distance is the key when hitting over wetlands to a wide, but shallow green.
  • Hole09

    Tip: Aim at the bridge and let it rip to have a chance to reach in two with a strong second shot. A long drive right of the bridge may find the creel that crosses the fairway.
  • Back
  • Hole10

    Tip: On this tight driving hole, make sure to stay away from the bunker that runs the entire length of the fairway down the left side. Missing this green left or right guarantees time spent in the wetlands. If you miss the green, land short instead of long.
  • Hole11

    Tip: One of GVR's toughest holes, the driving area is larger that it appears from the tee. ON your second shot, perhaps the most challenging on the course, stay away from the right side and left the hill to the left of the green help you.
  • Hole12

    Tip: Bit off as much as you can on your drive. Large bunkers guard the second shot. On the difficult approach, the elevated green will hold your shot.
  • Hole13

    Tip: With water now surrounding much of the green, there are no mysteries, hit the green!
  • Hole14

    Tip: Big hitters can once again take a chance and drive the green. Any shot right finds the bunker not seen from the tee. The safe play is a tee shot of about 200 yards, leaving a short wedge to a small green.
  • Hole15

    Tip: The generous fairway allows you to hit a driver on this long, downhill par 4. The green is protected left by wetlands and right by bunkers. Short is the best spot to miss this tough green.
  • Hole16

    Tip: This hole marks the start of the Green Valley Ranch Three Hole Challenge. Take a chance with a driver off the tee or lay up to leave a safe second shot to a well-guarded green.
  • Hole17

    Tip: On this long part 3, you hit over wetlands and a large waste bunker. Puts over 100 feet long are not uncommon on this large green protected by bunkers.
  • Hole18

    Tip: Wetlands run down the entire left side of this three-shot par 5. Fairway bunkers guard the landing of each shot. Par is very respectable on this hole.
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