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Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Out

Black 509  442 370 600 165  384  469  440  205   3584 
Blue 468  424  346  576  157  368  438  415  174  3366
White 461  403  337  553  141  347  416  364  151   3173 
Green 440  396  296  526  137  342  392  359  142   3030 
Gold 435  390  255  466  132  336  358  353  135   2860 
Par 36 

Hole

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

In   

Black 421  532  206  454  163  523  210  480  585   3574 
Blue 401  524  185  426  152  507  184  454  551/
519 
 3384/
3352 
White 370  496  179  414  137  492  160  435  497   3173 
Green 361  473  163  386  129  483  151  390  448  3030
Gold 355  442  140  353  103  468  141  377  420   2860 
Par 5 3 4 3 5 36 

Totals

   

 

                           
Black: 7158  Blue: 6750/6718  White: 6353  Green: 6014  Gold: 5659  Par: 72 

Hole Descriptions

1. Canyon Meadows starting hole is a short Par 5 that provides you an opportunity to start your round with confidence.

2. Hole 2 at Canyon is Dog-leg Par 4 that demands a perfect tee shot and approach shot to reach the green in regulation.

3. The 3rd hole is a short par 4 that will test your ability to know how far you hit your Tee shot to stay in the fairway and be in position to reach the green in regulation.

4. The longest hole of 600 yards from the back tees at Canyon will test your ability to produce three accurate shots to stay in play to reach the 4th green in regulation.

5. Hole number 5 is the first of five Par 3's at Canyon. Playing 165 yds from the back tee will challenge your judgement of the prevailing winds from the N (left).

6. Hole 6 has a slight Dog-leg, dense trees and has the narrowest fairway of all the holes at Canyon Meadows. Hitting the fairway is key to enable you to reach the green in regulation.

7. Number 7 is the second longest Par 4 at Canyon at 469 yds from the back Tee. It demands a good long tee shot avoiding the left fairway bunker to have a mid iron to the green.

8. Hole 8 requires a long straight tee shot. Hitting a 250+ tee shot with a draw will need to be controlled. The fairway slopes from right to left, your drive may end up in the trees.

9. From the back Tee, Number 9 at Canyon can be a very intimidating par 3 with water right, 4 large greeside bunkers and a multitiered green.

10. The 10th hole at Canyon will test your skill to hit an accurate Tee shot as the fairway bunker does not allow a lot of room to the right of it to be in a position to see the green for your approach shot.

11. The 11th hole requires a good long tee shot to provide you a good chance at making a birdie on this 532 yd Par 5.

12. The Par 3 12th hole, requires you to avoid a water hazard on the right side of the green. If you decide to play safe and hit your tee shot left, make sure to avoid the bunkers for a tricky up and down to save par.

13. Playing 454 yds from the back tee, hole 13 is one of Canyon's oldest classic straight long Par 4's. Hit it good and long to be in position to reach the green in two.

14. Hole 14 is the shortest Par 3 at Canyon Meadows. Visually it looks to be an easy hole... need to hit the green to have a good chance of making par.

15. The water hazard on the right side of the fairway on the 15th hole, is tricky to see from the Teebox. Hit your drive straight and long and you will be rewarded with a mid to long iron to hit this Par 5 in two!

16. The longest Par 3 at Canyon, hole 16 provides the golfer with visual elevation change between the tee boxes and the green. Make sure to select the correct club so that you don't end up short of the green down the hill with an uphill chip from 10-15 paces.

17. Hole 17 is the longest Par 4 at Canyon at 480 yds from the back tee. Getting to the green in regulation demands two great shots. If you see a back pin, your approach shot will need to be well judged as the green has a downward slope starting midway.

18. The finishing hole at Canyon is a 585 yd Par 5 from the back tee. It demands a good Tee shot and accurate second avoiding the water left and bush right. Your third shot needs to be judged depending on the swirling winds and placement of the pin.