The opening hole boasts a beautiful view of the Saint John River Valley and is a 568 yard Par 5. Long ball hitters will want to take care avoiding the sand on the right off the tees and avoid hitting through the fairway. The second shot typically sets up for 250+ yards on a deep green.
Number 2 is a tricky Par 4 that requires an accurate tee shot. A pond on the right with a hazard that crosses this fairway can be reached by long hitters.
Hole six has a large pond to the right of the fairway and playing your tee shot down the left side avoid the water. The contour of the fairway will also funnel your tee shot back to the middle. The hole is 522 yards long and care should be taken on the second shot approaching the green which is guarded by sand in front and on the back.
This difficult par 3 is surrounded by danger and will require a high, soft tee shot to stick this narrow green.
Playing your tee shot down the middle and over the hill will allow for a second shot to an exposed green. Make sure to get your approach pin high or you will be left in a difficult position.
Playing down the right hand side of this fairway or carrying the right fairway bunker for the longer hitters will leave a clear approach to this huge green.
One of our most picturesque, the twelfth hole is a double dogleg par 5 that requires a precise tee shot to find the fairway. Getting your second shot to the hundred yard marker is the smart play here.
Our Signature hole. The green is framed by a covered cart bridge that sets up this beautiful tribute to the Longest Covered Bridge.