Hole by HoleRating/Slope
Blue Tees - 70.8/128 6250 yards
White Tees - 69.0/123 5913 yards
Gold Tees - 66.1/121 5432 yards
Red Tees - 69.5/120 5084 yards
Hole By Hole Description
Hole 1 – Par 4
This opening hole is a short par 4, where you want to keep your tee shot right of the fairway bunker. Your approach shot is to a small green with a bunker on the left side and a hazard right of the cart path. If you should end up in the hazard and choose to play it you should know the fence is part of the hazard and is not allowed to be moved or taken relief from. Most putts on this green break toward the hazard on the right.
Hole 2 – Par 4
An accurate tee shot is required to avoid out of bounds down the entire left side and the water hazard down the right side. Your approach shot is to a narrow green the typically breaks to the left.
Hole 3 – Par 3
This par 3 is harder the further back you play it from. With a tree blocking the middle part of the green and bunkers surrounding the rest of it, the best play is to hit it to the front left, take your two putt and move on to the next hole.
Hole 4 – Par 4
This is one of the hardest holes on the course. Your drive should favor the left side in order to have a straight and blind approach shot into a green with two bunkers on the left and one bunker front right. No matter where the pin is, the best shot is to the middle of the green. Par is a good score on this hole.
Hole 5 – Par 4
A short par 4 that requires a straight lay up shot to a waste area starting 90 yards from the green. This green runs from front to back.
Hole 6 – Par 4
Your tee shot should be hit right middle to have the best angle to this uphill green. You want to be sure to keep your approach shot under the hole to ensure an uphill putt on this sloping green.
Note: When standing on 5 tee box, look right to take a mental note of where 6 pin is located.
Hole 7 – Par 3
This is one of the toughest par 3’s in the South Jersey region and our #1 handicap hole. Playing almost 250 yards from the back tee, this green sits up and has surrounding bunkers making it tough to chip if you miss left or right of the bunkers. The best place to leave your tee shot is in front of the green and either chip or putt up. Making a bogey is not a bad score.
Hole 8 – Par 5
A reachable par 5 for the longer hitter, your tee shot should favor the right side. A lay up shot should be left far enough back to play a full shot into a green that runs front to back and is surrounded by bunkers. Hitting it over the green leaves for a tough chip.
Hole 9 – Par 4
An accurate tee shot is required with out of bounds left and trees right. Getting to the top of the hill with your tee shot is not only a big hit, but will give you a view of this wide green. Your approach shot should be left under the pin and over the green makes for an almost impossible up and down.
Hole 10 – Par 4
This is our longest par 4 and #2 ranked hole. Your tee shot needs to avoid the fairway bunkers right and out of bounds left. Your approach shot should be kept short of the pin and again, hitting it over the back makes for a tough up and down.
Hole 11 – Par 3
This is a short par 3 over a water hazard. With a bunker 10 yards short, if you do miss the green, the easiest chip shot is from the left side.
Hole 12 – Par 4
Your tee shot should favor the right side with a hazard running down the entire left side. Your approach shot it to a relatively flat but tricky green.
Hole 13 – Par 4
An accurate tee shot is required on this short par 4. Positioning is more important then length, with a water hazard just past the end of the fairway. Your approach shot is to a severely back to front sloping green where hitting it over the green is dead. Taking 3 or more shots to hole out from over the green is most common.
Hole 14 – Par 5
This is a reachable par 5 for the big bomber, but a 3 shot hole for most players. With out of bounds right and trees left, an accurate tee shot is required. Your lay up should leave you between 150 to 120 yards from the green for a flat lie. Your approach shot is to an elevated green where carry is a must. A quick putt will be left when you hit it past the pin.
Hole 15 – Par 3
This is a short par 3 with a little back to front sloping green. Your tee shot should be left under the hole.
Hole 16 – Par 4
This is a very straight par 4 with a narrow fairway. Your approach shot will be to one of the bigger greens at Pennsauken Country Club, but still leaves for tricky putting. A water hazard surrounds the back of the green.
Hole 17 – Par 4
This is a reachable par 4 for the 300 plus yard drive. You want to be sure to avoid the cross bunkers 80 yards short of the green as well as the bunkers down the right. You will also notice the water down the right so be sure to keep your tee shot left. This hole is a birdie opportunity with a good tee shot.
Hole 18 – Par 4
With a pond starting you in the face and a dogleg right finishing hole, your tee shot should favor the left side. If you choose to take on the water, you need to carry the ball at least 280 yards. Your approach shot is to a slightly elevated green with bunkers surrounding the back, left and right sides. Being under the pin will leave you an uphill putt to end your round on a good note!