Hole 1 – 384 Yd. Par 4

Position drive to right-center of fairway in order to have a chance to hit green on your second shot.

Hole 2 – 336 Yd. Par 4

Water hazard along left side of fairway and slanting 100 to 50 yds. left to right in front of green can turn this relatively straight-away par 4 into a bogey hole.

Hole 3 – 126 Yd. Par 3

Guard against going left of the green and be happy with a 2-putt on this rolling green.

Hole 4 – 278 Yd. Par 4

Not much room for error on your second shot. Green runs left to right and is not very deep.

Hole 5 – 313 Yd. Par 4

205 yds. to the water and 260 yds. over the water. Small green that you want to keep your ball below the hole.

Hole 6 – 239 Yd. Par 4

Don’t let this short hole fool you. This green slopes back to front and you definitely don’t want to be putting or chipping from above the hole.

Hole 7 – 325 Yd. Par 4

Water hazard along the left side of fairway and pine tree line on right can guard your second shot to the green.

Hole 8 – 400 Yd. Par 5

This dogleg left almost doubles back on itself. If you get your drive out past the corner, you have a chance at getting to the uphill small green in 2.

Hole 9 – 170 Yd. Par 3

This uphill par 3 always plays long. If you land short of the green, chances are you will not get enough roll to land on the green.

Hole 10 – 290 Yd. Par 4

Placing your drive 100 yds. from this small green gives you a nice chance at par. Multiple teeing positions gives golfers choices of trying to cut the corner or laying back.

Hole 11 – 344 Yd. Par 4

Keep your drive in the fairway and you will be in good position to hit your second shot over water to an undulating green. Most photographed hole on course.

Hole 12 – 122 Yd Par 3

Go for the pin and don’t think about the lake in front of you.

Hole 13 – 285 Yd. Par 4

Keep your drive down the middle. Fairway is lined by heavy woods on the left and right. Sandtraps on the right side of green.

Hole 14 – 272 Yd Par 4

Blind drive on this uphill, narrow par 4. Out-of-bounds on right side.

Hole 15 – 300 Yd Par 4

Pine tree line on right side can guard your second shot to this 2-tier green. Don’t miss green long.

Hole 16 – 395 Yd. Par 4

Grip-it and Rip-it. You’ll need all the distance you can muster in order to have a chance at par.

Hole 17 – 435 Yd. Par 5

Rolling par 5 that is reachable in 2 if you don’t go out of bounds on the left and can hit the proper 2nd shot into this small green.

Hole 18 – 263 Yd. Par 4

Uphill par 4 with an hour-glass shaped green that provides challenging pin positions for all golfers.

Hole 19 – 356 Yd. Par 4

Don’t go right. Even if you stay out of the woods, the overhanging trees can knock down your second shot.

Hole 20 – 340 Yd. Par 4

You don’t have to cut the corner, drive straight-out and let the lay of the fairway turn your ball towards the surface-hidden green. If your second shot lands just short of the green, you could end up long. Go for the center of the green.

Hole 21 – 281 Yd Par 4

The fairway slopes steeply left to right so keep your drive to the left center of the fairway in order to set up a good look at this small green.

Hole 22 – 225 Yd Par 4

Short but easy, not necessarily. 170 to 180 yds off the tee will give you an open shot into the green. Anything more or less can leave you shooting 3 from off the green.

Hole 23 – 171 Yd. Par 3

Picturesque downhill par 3 with a large bunker guarding the front and small bunker to the right of the green. Two large flower mounds provide the backdrop.

Hole 24 – 328 Yd. Par 4

Fairway slopes right to left which leads to a severely sloping right to left green. Either shoot for the pin or land your ball on the front right and let your ball roll downhill to the pin.

Hole 25 – 374 Yd. Par 4

Rolling par 4 which is fairly wide open; however, don’t get behind the single tree just off the right side of fairway or in the pine tree line to the left. You should be happy if you are lucky enough to walk away with a par.

Hole 26 – 150 Yd. Par 3

Up hill and seems like always into the wind. Take an extra club and avoid the bunkers on the right and left side of the green.

Hole 27 – 523 Yd. Par 5

Gentle dogleg right that has plenty of trees to deal with if you lose it to the right. This hole finishes on the largest green at Great Trail and challenges golfers of all calibers.

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