Course Tour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Hole 1 | Par 5 This is a spectacular way to start your round. A true three shot par five for all but the longest hitters. Play for position off the tee by hitting over the oaks on the left side of the fairway. A good layup shot leaves a comfortable approach to a well-protected green. Hole 2 | Par 4 With the elevated tees, this beautiful par four is displayed in front of the players. The green has a severe false front that will take the ball well down to the front of the green. Favor the right side of the fairway, as the left side will give you the most trouble. Hole 3 | Par 3 This par three will take you back to the Clubhouse. The deepest green on the golf course will vary from a short iron to a fairway wood, depending on the wind. Hole 4 | Par 4 This demanding par four requires a well-placed tee shot to avoid the bunkers down the left. A long, accurate approach over the cross hazard is required to reach the large green that slopes from right to left. Hole 5 | Par 4 This dogleg right par four features a meandering creek down the entire right side. A solid drive here will leave a mid to short-length downhill approach towards an open green. Hole 6 | Par 4 Number six is a true "risk-reward" short par four. Go for the green at your peril as off-line shots will be severely punished. Great shots will be rewarded with good birdie and possible eagle opportunities. The green features a large ridge just short of midway that must be considered. Hole 7 | Par 3 What you see is what you get! Any shot right or short will find the hazard. Players bailing out to the left will have a challenging shot back to the green. This is one of the most picturesque and demanding holes on the course. Hole 8 | Par 5 This blind tee shot gives you the widest fairway on the golf course. Aim over the tree in the middle of the fairway. From mid fairway, you can see the green to the left, but your lay-up area is in the corner. The green is well protected by a creek in front and to the right. Hole 9 | Par 4 The final hole on the front begins with a blind, uphill tee shot on this lengthy par four. The large green is open in the front but protected by bunkers on the left and long right. Hole 10 | Par 4 The back nine begins with a mid-length par four that plays downhill but into the prevailing wind. The approach is downhill to a green that has a large ridge bisecting the surface from front left to back right. Hole 11 | Par 5 Beautiful par five with a creek protecting the left side all the way. On the second shot, lay up short of the bunkers and have 100 yards, hit over the trees to the right for 50 yards or go for the green and pay the price if you miss. Aim for the center of the fairway and don’t get tempted to cut the corner. Hole 12 | Par 3 One of the best par threes you will find. The wind and uphill conditions will tend to add a club or two to your normal club selection. The creek to the right will likely catch a lot of errant tee shots. Hole 13 | Par 4 The 13th is our longest par four. The green is very generous, and the only bunkers are on the backside, allowing the player to run the ball to the green. The hole plays downhill and the typical downwind conditions make it play shorter than the actual yardage. Hole 14 | Par 3 This short par three is no cakewalk. A spectacular setting, the pond is to the right and the 17th hole can’t be seen behind. The green sweeps around the bunkers to the right and allows the player to hit away from the water. The front pin position in the neck of the green will tend to bring the water into play. Hole 15 | Par 4 This is one of the best holes you will ever find. The long hitters might consider going for this green, but the smart play is to place the tee shot short of the ravine running in front of the green. The smallest green on the golf course is not always easy to hit. Hole 16 | Par 3 The 16th is the last of the 3 par threes on the back nine. As a nice contrast to the short 14th hole, this par three measures almost 250 yards from the back. The driver is not an unusual club to hit on this hole. Hole 17 | Par 5 Some say the signature hole of Spanish Oaks, this dogleg par five will give you options on every shot. The approach to the green is aided by a severe slope on the right, letting the ball slingshot toward the center of the green. The lateral water hazard stretches from the tee and all the way behind the green. Hole 18 | Par 4 This long par four is truly a great finishing hole. A long, accurate tee shot is required to avoid the bunkers and find the generous fairway that slopes from left to right. The green is well protected on the left by the pond, as well as trees and bunkers. Getting home in regulation requires two well executed shots. Scorecard Please view our scorecard by clicking this link.