The First Hole
On The Road
Straight-away 381 yard, par 4 opening hole where fairway is bracketed by bunkers leading to a back-to-front sloping green.
The Second Hole
Short par 4 only 317 yards, uphill tee shot leaves a short iron into green with severe slope on right side.
The Third Hole
171-yard par 3 over water with a two-tiered green.
The Fourth Hole
Slight dogleg left par 4, 442 yards, a sand trap frames the outside corner of fairway leading to a slightly elevated and relatively flat green.
The Fifth Hole
376-yard dogleg left par 4, features a challenging drive followed by an uphill approach shot into a subtle, tricky green.
The Sixth Hole
Straight-away par 4, 435 yards where elevation changes give an uphill tee shot and downhill second into a deceptively difficult putting green.
The Seventh Hole
Kahkwa’s number one handicap hole fits its name, dogleg right 445-yard par 4 with an extremely challenging green.
The Eighth Hole
A shorter par 5, only 476 yards, slight dogleg right with a large relatively flat green that features subtle, difficult-to-read breaks.
The Ninth Hole
The Green Bowl
Par 4, 389 yards, tee shot into or over hill leaves mid-short iron approach into a large, bowl-shaped green with false front.
The Tenth Hole
Back nine begins with a challenging, straight-away 412 yard, par 4 featuring a large, severely sloping, back-to-front green.
The Eleventh Hole
167 yard, par 3, green is protected by two deep bunkers on right and severe slope into woods on left.
The Twelfth Hole
Tee shot on this 519 yard, par 5 has woods on both sides, a gully before green often leaves blind uphill third shot.
The Thirteenth Hole
Sharp dogleg left, 384-yard par 4 features mid-short iron approach into sloping green where shots landing on front 1/3 of green roll back off.
The Fourteenth Hole
Elevation changes mark this beautiful 464-yard par 5 which finishes with a large, back-to-front and left-to-right sloping green.
The Fifteenth Hole
Valley of Hope
Long par 3 can stretch to 245 yards, tee shot over gully into large green with multiple breaks, where two putts can be a winner.
The Sixteenth Hole
Only 342 yards, this short dogleg left par 4 leaves a downhill approach shot into a tricky green with front sloping away and back bisected by a mound.
The Seventeenth Hole
Ross' Green Enigma
Straight-away 379 yard, par 4 where tee shot must avoid fairway bunkers leaving a second shot into a bowl-shaped green with run-offs on three sides.
The Eighteenth Hole
369 yard, par 4 finishing hole features an approach shot typically from a slight uphill lie into an elevated, two-tiered green sloping from back-left to front-right