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Course Tour

Hole 1

Par 5
Handicap 2

The round begins at the top of the property to the right of the future clubhouse from an elevation of just over 800 Feet. The opening hole is a long meandering, gradually sloping down-hill Par 5. The design is intended to provide the player with a welcoming opening hole.

534 • 516 • 492 • 464

Hole 2

Par 4
Handicap 8

In addition to providing a "breath taking” view from the tee, the player must concentrate and decide how bold they are on this down-hill "risk-reward” Par 4.

322 • 300 • 294 • 249

Hole 3

Par 4
Handicap 4

The first of the holes in the "valley,” this mid-length par four has a wide and inviting fairway. Once on the fairway the player must hit an accurate second shot to a two tiered green.

409 • 393 • 371 • 338

Hole 4

Par 3
Handicap 18

The "shortish” par 3 has a long narrowing green, which will force the player to use a variety of clubs depending on where the hole is located.

162 • 156 • 138 • 112

Hole 5

Par 4
Handicap 14

This par 4 measures 432 yards from the championship tees, but offers a variety of distances for all players. The drive needs to carry a slight rise, before the downhill second shot can be played to this undulating green.

432 • 404 • 387 • 346

Hole 6

Par 5
Handicap 12

This long par five plays downhill on all three shots. The narrow landing area off the tee must first be dealt with. The "lay-up” shot must be properly placed to a landing area that slopes away from the player. The third must be hit with the highest level of accuracy to a narrow well bunkered green.

607 • 525 • 515 • 486

Hole 7

Par 3
Handicap 16

This mid length up-hill par 3 features a "false front” and a two tiered green. The player must hit a well struck golf shot to avoid the golf ball coming back down the front of the green.

196 • 180 • 144 • 110

Hole 8

Par 4
Handicap 10

This relatively short uphill par four is well bunkered down the left and features a two-tiered green that will need to be successfully navigated by the second shot or three putts are a possibility.

358 • 334 • 296 • 263

Hole 9

Par 4
Handicap 6

The front nine finishes with a strong dogleg right par four. This classic "cape hole” will challenge the player to play conservative to the left or take a more aggressive line to the right. If the player can successfully play to the right he will encounter a much shorter second shot to this up-hill well contoured green.

401 • 375 • 370 • 334

Hole 10

Par 5
Handicap 3

The 10th hole turns back, slightly up hill, towards the clubhouse. The opening hole of the back nine is usually a three shot hole, but the longer more aggressive player may wish to "take a shot” at this well-bunkered, narrow, three tiered green.

539 • 521 • 495 • 450

Hole 11

Par 4
Handicap 9

The 11th hole turns back to face a spectacular backdrop of the Litchfield Hills. The drive slopes downhill and right to left. Finding the fairway is a must if the player wishes to have the opportunity to hit his second shot on the green.

495 • 457 • 397 • 372

Hole 12

Par 3
Handicap 11

The 12th hole presents the player with another challenge. The green is wide and undulating. The contours will challenge even the best of putters.

204 • 183 • 165 • 145

Hole 13

Par 4
Handicap 15

A relatively short downhill par 4 with the magnificent backdrop of the Housatonic River Ridge. A short iron is usually the second shot to this narrow and undulating green.

371 • 348 • 327 • 280

Hole 14

Par 4
Handicap 13

This "classic” short par four requires the player to think his way through the hole. A well placed tee shot up the left side will give the player the right angle into this well bunkered green.

371 • 345 • 308 • 274

Hole 15

Par 4
Handicap 1

This strong par four begins with an uphill tee shot across wetlands. The player will encounter an uphill second shot to a narrow, well bunkered green. A par on the 15th is a very good score.

452 • 429 • 422 • 262

Hole 16

Par 3
Handicap 17

The 16th green is an inviting target some 50 feet below the tee boxes. A mid-iron will need to properly be placed on this well contoured green.

201 • 183 • 165 • 127

Hole 17

Par 4
Handicap 7

The 17th continues the strong finishing quartet through the hollow. The player must drive his ball into a fairway that "bottlenecks” to ensure the right angle into this shallow green.

443 • 411 • 395 • 304

Hole 18

Par 5
Handicap 5

The 18th is a very memorable finishing hole. A reachable uphill par 5, the driving area is very narrow and well-bunkered. The up hill second or third shot to a 10,000 foot green must be well positioned or the player may be faced with a 120 foot eagle or birdie attempt. A finishing birdie or eagle will provide any member or guest with a fond memory of their round at Bull’s Bridge.

495 • 472 • 450 • 375