Number 1

PAR: 4 | HCP: 9

The shortest par 4 on property, this requires a long iron or fairway wood off the tee. Play to the left to avoid the large fairway bunker that is in reach off the tee. Your approach will have to navigate three bunkers that protect the green.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    378
  • Blue
    347
  • White
    317
  • Gold
    271
  • Red
    232

Number 2

PAR: 4 | HCP: 7

An early test into the Stewart nine. You must navigate two large bunkers in the landing area of the fairway. Water left and long of the fairway. Pay attention to the distance to reach the water as it is reachable. Your approach shot is a forced carry over water with two larger bunkers protecting the green. Play to the center of the green to give yourself the best chance at scoring.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    404
  • Blue
    394
  • White
    343
  • Gold
    328
  • Red
    243

Number 3

PAR: 3 | HCP: 6

One of the shorter par 3’s on property, but can play as one of the most difficult. Water borders the green on the right and behind, with two large bunkers left. A very deep green, pin location and proper club selection is key to a good score.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    193
  • Blue
    178
  • White
    156
  • Gold
    139
  • Red
    99

Number 4

PAR: 5 | HCP: 2

A true definition of a risk reward hole. The safest play is left off of the tee. This will take the majority of the water out of play. The further right you go, the shorter the second shot; however, the risk is greater with a longer distance to carry the water. Once you navigate the tee shot, your second shot can reach the green to give you an eagle putt. Be mindful of the bunkers that line the right side of the hole and prevent you from running the ball on.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    543
  • Blue
    515
  • White
    475
  • Gold
    459
  • Red
    412

Number 5

PAR: 3 | HCP: 8

The second of the three par 3’s. A shallow but wide green is protected by a large bunker in front. Be mindful of the pin location as there is a large ridge in the center of the green that is hidden by the bunker short.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    200
  • Blue
    186
  • White
    163
  • Gold
    146
  • Red
    122

Number 6

PAR: 5 | HCP: 5

A lengthy test of golf. Heavy vegetation left and right, with a bunker in the landing area requires an accurate tee shot. Once you are in the fairway choose your lay-up yardage and execute, be mindful of the three bunkers left and one right that can gobble up your ball. The approach is simple, however, don’t get lax daisy as the green side bunker can wreak havoc.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    545
  • Blue
    520
  • White
    486
  • Gold
    420
  • Red
    388

Number 7

PAR: 4 | HCP: 1

A long straight par 4 starts your final stretch. A long waste bunker runs the length of the hole to the right, stay left to avoid it and give yourself the best angle of approach. The green is protected by the same waste bunker that is extremely deep and difficult to get out of. Play to the left side of the green and a par you can record.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    434
  • Blue
    424
  • White
    397
  • Gold
    366
  • Red
    335

Number 8

PAR: 4 | HCP: 3

An accurate drive will be the perfect start to this difficult par 4. Mind the bunker left and the grass bunkers to the right. When approaching the green take enough club to carry the deep bunkers awaiting your ball in the front. Club selection is key as the green is shallow and wide.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    443
  • Blue
    411
  • White
    377
  • Gold
    315
  • Red
    270

Number 9

PAR: 3 | HCP: 4

Our most memorable hole awaits you here to finish your nine. A force carry over water to an elevated green that is protected by pot bunkers. Not the easiest shot, but a rewarding one if done successfully. Center of the green is a must here, as the contours are some of the most drastic on the property.

Yardage
  • Thistle
    211
  • Blue
    193
  • White
    177
  • Gold
    163
  • Red
    110