Although this par 4 may appear routine, place your drive down the right side of the fairway for the best approach. The fairway becomes more narrow the further you progress from the tee. A lateral hazard runs up the entirety of the left side of the hole. Beware of the bunker protecting the left front portion of the green.
This par 5 has a severe dogleg to the right. A drive of 240 yards will reach the corner of the dogleg and leave you in excellent position for your second shot. Longer hitters may try to cut the corner to have a mid-iron in. One lone pine tree is located in the center of the fairway, 118 yards from the center of the green.
An excellent and challenging par 4. A solid drive will leave you with a mid to long iron into an elevated green, sloping severely back to front. A creek crosses the fairway. Distance can be deceiving on your approach shot, so be sure and take enough club.
One of the more challenging tee shots of the day, this par 4 will challenge you from tee to green. Depending on the tee box, a drive of up to 200 yards is necessary to carry the ravine on the right-hand side. The green measures approximately 40 yards from front to back. Pay close attention to the pin position as this can change your approach shot by up to 3 clubs!
To start this par 5 off on the right note, a tee shot of up to 240 yards depending on the tee box will place you just in front of the hidden ravine. The ravine is located about 200 yards downhill from the green. Long hitters may attempt to go for the green in two, but the undulating green is well protected by deep bunkering. The prudent player will lay up to a comfortable wedge distance, and attack the flag.
This short, but challenging par 4 is a slight dogleg left. The approach shot plays severely uphill, to a three-tiered green. Make sure you stay below the hole, as putting from the wrong tier can be a daunting task.
You are faced with a short, but tricky par 3. This downhill tee shot will make a difference on the club selection. Hit a good tee shot and take advantage of a routine par.
A drive down the left side of the fairway provides the best view into the green. The green is slightly downhill and protected by a deep bunker in front.
Long hitters can take advantage of the downslope about 235 yards from the tee box, and get some extra roll on the drive, leaving themselves with a shot of less than 100 yards in. This square-shaped green is challenging with a lot of subtle undulation.
Severe trouble lurks beyond this green. Your tee shot is better off just short than just long. With a solid tee shot, two putt and take your par as holes 12 through 16 are a true test of golf.
One of the toughest holes in Southern Maine awaits. A true shotmaker's hole requires a tee shot in the fairway to have a chance of finding green in regulation. A drive of 250 yards down the right side of the tight fairway will reward you with a view of the green for your approach shot. Carefully judge your approach shot from the upper fairway, as a drop of 110 feet in elevation awaits. In course out of bounds borders the right side of the upper fairway, and environmentally protected hazards border the left. Par can feel like a birdie, and bogey is not a bad score.
This demanding par 3 requires a crisp long iron or hybrid over a ravine with a portion of Long Creek. The environmentally protected area swallows up short tee shots. The green itself features a small collection area front center, which can make putting from the wrong side of the hole a challenge.
Welcome to our signature hole. This true three-shot par 5 prominently features Jackson Brook. Break this hole into multiple parts, and it doesn't become so challenging. Hit a 235 yard shot off the tee, which will leave you with a mid-iron to the second fairway landing area. Local rule allows you to play the ball up anywhere in this fairway. From there, a simple wedge to the green is all that will remain. Any shots offline will likely end up in the environmentally protected hazards. The green slopes from back to front.
Bring your club for the 15th tee shot to the 14th green.
Long Creek again runs parallel to the left side of the fairway. Your tee ball must favor the right side of the fairway. The fairway is elevated above the green. This two-tiered green is protected by Long Creek on the left. A bailout to the drainage area and cattails just right of the green is awarded free relief.
The widest fairway at Sable Oaks allows you the freedom to take a big rip at a driver. Keep your drive down the right-hand side of the fairway to shorten the hole. A simple short iron or wedge will be all that is left over a small ravine protecting a large green that gradually slopes from back to front.
A left to right ball flight is preferred on this downhill par 3. Pay attention to the elevation change as it will make the hole play shorter than the measured distance.
This challenging finishing hole asks you to hit a left to right ball flight to an elevated and very narrow fairway. The green plays slightly downhill from the landing area in the fairway. Par is a great score on the final hole.