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The Westwood Hills Golf Course
Hole 1 - Par 4
A short opening hole requiring an accuarate tee shot with out of bounds left and water right, accuracy is a must. A good tee shot will leave you with a short
iron to a green tilting front to back.
Hole 2 - Par 5
Medium length par 5. Another accurate tee shot is required. A well placed tee shot would be right of a large oak tree that sits in the left side of the fairway. An uphill second shot awaits and plays about one club longer to reach the green.
Hole 3 - Par 3
The first of 5 par 3's that are some of the toughest holes on the course. Most players will hit a mid iron to this green which is protected by a pond on the left and a bunker on the right. Error on the short side, over the green is a tough uyp and down.
Hole 4 - Par 4
A straight forward par 4. A tee shot just to the right of a pine tree that sits on the left side of the fairway will leave a short approach.
Hole 5- Par 4
One of our more difficult par 4's. This hole is a slight dog leg left whcihn requires a slight right to left tee shot to hit a fairway that sits more to the left than it looks. The second shot plays uphill to a 2 tiered green.
Hole 6 - Par 4
Risk reward par 4. Longer hitters can take a shot at the green. Bunkers short and left with out of bounds over the green and through the fairway make this short hole a challenge.
Hole 7 - Par 4
Tee shoet should be placed on the left side of the fairway to have the best angle to a green that sits off to the right on this slight dog leg right hole.
Hole 8 - Par 3
Our longest par 3 that can be stretched to 220 yards. A loing iron or fairway wood may be your club of choice as this hole plays into the prevailing south wind.
Hole 9 - Par 5
Reachable in two shots this hole plays as the easiest par 5 on the course. A solid drive should leave a long iron or fairway wood into the green. A bunker 30 yards short and right of the green needs to be avoided to ensure a good chance at birdie.
Hole 10 - Par 3
Downhill par 3 with bunkers left and right. A good tee shot will be middle of the green no matter where the pin. This green is fairly flat and does not have much indulation.
Hole 11 - Par 4
You are greeted with an uphill tee shot. The green is not visible from the tee. Pay attention to the hole location. The green is very narrow and wide. An accurate iron shot with the correct distance is required.
Hole 12 - Par 3
A short hole only measuring 140 yards from the longest tee. This green is gaurded by deep bunkers left and right and should be avoided. This green is sloped from front to back and putting can be difficule.
Hole 13 - Par 4
A blind tee shot on this hole needs to be positioned to the left of the trees lining the right side of the fairway. A good tee shot will leave a short to mid iron to a slightly elevated green with bunkers left and right. Stay below the hole on your second shot.
Hole 14 - Par 5
An uphill hole that is difficult to reach in two shots and is normally played into the wind. Make sure to hit the correct level of this three tiered green to ensure an easier putt and chance at birdie.
Hole 15 - Par 4
Out of bounds down the left and trees gaurding the right side make this a difficult tee shot. Your second shot will have to be the correct hyardage to this very flat but shallow green.
Hole 16 - Par 3
The last of the five pars 3's. Mid to short irons will be hit to this green. The back left hole location makes this a formidable par 3.
Hole 17 - Par 4
Another uphill par 4 with no hazards. A fairly simple hole but the second shot cannot be long. An up and down from there is unlikely.
Hole 18 - Par 5
The closing hole at Westwood Hills is a good chance to end the round with a birdie or an eagle. The tee shot is considerably down hill and makes the chance to hit the green on your second shot likely. The second will be played to a green that sits on the top of the hill next to the clubhouse. Two deep faced bunkers gaurd the this undulated green.