Cameron Park CC
Our classic Bert Stamps parkland course is both a pleasant outing and a challenge to all aspects of a golfers game.
This long uphill par four proves to be one of the better tests on the golf course. Two good shots are required if you want to reach the green in two. Balls will funnel from right to left once they are on the putting surface. Make four here and you have stole one.
One of the few blind shots on the course. This short dog-leg right par four gives you an excellent birdie chance. 210 yards off the tee gets you to the corner of the dog-leg and leaves you with a short iron into this green.
At only 123 yards, this short par 3 can either be one of the easiest holes or a challenge for par. Two deep green side bunkers are well positioned left and right, and putts from above the hole are some of the fastest on the course.
Drives down the left center of this par four avoids tree trouble in this fairway. Your second shot plays slightly uphill into one of Cameron Park's many challenging greens. Avoid the fall off on the left side of the green.
Stay clear of the fairway bunker on this sweeping dog-leg left par four. Longer hitters can fly the bunker resulting in a short iron into the green. Shorter hitters are faced with a long iron as they play their tee shot right of the bunker. The reoccurring theme is stay below the pin. This green is well sloped from back right to front left.
Any wind and it is usually in your face on this par five making reaching in two difficult. Navigate well, this hole features the most bunkers on the course.
240 yards from the tee on this dog-leg right par four gives you an unobstructed view to the green. Second shot plays slightly downhill. This flat green gives you a run at a three.
The longest par three on the course provides a large putting surface. The challenge here is simply reaching in regulation. Make three here and you have picked up one on the field.
This par five can create some drama. Longer hitters can reach in two with a good drive. Shorter hitters are left with a difficult lay-up over the creek. The multi-tiered green is well sloped from back to front. Stay below the hole!
At only 327 yards from the tips, this short par four creates many sets of challenges. Choose to be aggressive or conservative off the tee. This green features a number of challenging pin placements.
A good drive on this dog leg left par five leaves you with a scoring decision. Go over the water for a good birdie opportunity or lay up leaving you a challenging uphill approach.
This uphill par three has a severe slope from back left to front right. A ball missed left of this green will test the very best of your short game skills.
Longer hitters are given two paths on this the second par five on the back side. A grove of trees splits this fairway. The longer, yet wider, route on the left brings O.B. into play. Whereas the shorter route, right, gives you a fairway only eight yards wide. Once you have navigated this grove of trees your test isn't finished. This green is well protected by three deep bunkers.
This tough hole gives you all you can handle on this long par four. Tee shots must remain right of the fairway bunker to prevent ball from going into the hazard left. A giant oak stakes its claim in the right center of this fairway, making your second shot into this green one of the toughest on the course.
"The Chute", a straight tee shot is a premium on this hole to safely escape the tunnel of trees off the tee on this par four. The fairway slopes downhill from right to left. A good tee shot gives you an excellent birdie chance once you have landed on the flattest green on the course.
This short par 3 might seem unassuming but bunkers surrounding the green gobble up any errant tee shots. With multiple options for pin locations, this green will test your imagination with the flat stick.
A drive down the left center of this par four gives you the best angle into the green and avoids a wealth of trouble right. Control your spin into this well sloped green or balls will fall off the front into a collection area.
This short dog-leg left par four finishing hole is one of the toughest to score on. A tee shot that finds the right center of the fairway will give you the best look into the most severe green on the course. With just a short iron in your hand you can not take a breather. Stay below the hole.