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Hole #1 Par 3 183yds 173yds 163yds
The Pigeon Run course starts will a demanding Par 3. A long iron or hybrid will be required to reach this green. Be sure to play enough club as the elevated front portion of the green will return any shot left short. Take your par and run to the next tee.
Hole #2 Par 4 354yds 344yds 334yds
This Par 4 will be a great opportunity to make birdie after the challenging 1st hole. However, if you leave your tee ball left, you will find trouble. This straight away hole will provide a short approach shot to a slightly downhill green. The green is protected short and right by a bunker.
Hole #3 Par 4 331yds 286yds 282yds
From the back tees this dogleg left Par 4 will require a straight tee ball as a narrow tree lined chute will escort your ball to the fairway. Any shot hit off center will be gobbled up by the trees. A short approach shot should allow you to go at the pin. Any approcah shot left will roll down the hill creating a tough chip shot to get up and down.
Hole #4 Par 4 364yds 353yds 312yds
This dogleg left Par 4 is the most difficult Par 4 on the Pigeon Run course. Accuracy off the tee is crucial to give yourself a clear 2nd shot to the green. You will be left with an uphill approach shot to a green surrounded by trees and bunker long. Club selection is vital as the green is small and slopes to the left. Any Par here is like a birdie!
Hole #5 Par 3 187yds 162yds 155yds
This straight away Par 3 can play as short as 150 yards or as long as a 200 yards. The green is protected short right by a large bunker. Be sure to get your club selection correct and you will walk away with an easy par.
Hole #6 Par 5 471yds 459yds 418yds
This reachable Par 5 is a good opportunity to make birdie; however a straight tee ball is required. Trees align both the right and left sides of the fairway and two berms guard the center of the fairway. Your second shot will play downhill so choose your club wisely if going for the green as bunkers protect the green right and left. Any putt on this green will break towards the river.
Hole #7 Par 4 374yds 355yds 300yds
This straight Par 4 may be the easiest on the Pigeon Run course. An accurate tee ball will leave you with a short to mid iron to the green which is protected short and right by a bunker. Try to leave your ball below the hole as this green slopes from back to front.
Hole #8 Par 5 474yds 442yds 389yds
This is the best risk-reward hole on the golf course. Play safe by hitting a straight tee ball to the corner of this dogleg right Par 5. Then play conservative again laying up with your 2nd shot to avoid the ponds on both sides of the fairway; Or be risky and cut the corner with your drive over the top of the trees leaving a hybrid or fairway into the green guarded by water left and a bunker right. Be sure to leave the ball short of the hole as the green slopes from back to front.
Hole #9 Par 3 171yds 146yds 103yds
This is a great way to close out your round with our signature hole. This Par 3 plays a little shorter than the distance shows as it plays downhill. Accuarcy is key as the entire right side of the hole is protected by a pond, eager to collect any ball coming its way.
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