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Koasati Pines Score Card
01 | 566 Yards, Par 5
One of few opportunities for birdie on the back nine. This par 5 typically plays into a south wind. Big hitters can normally reach the green in two, while others will choose to lay-up towards the right center of the fairway leaving a short approach over the creek to a protected green.
02 | 417 Yards, Par 4
A demanding par 4 with water coming into play along the left side of the fairway. Players will want to play for the right side of this fairway leaving a medium to short iron approach to a green protected by water along the front of the green.
03 | 160 Yards, Par 3
This rather short par 3 is a good chance to get a shot back. Players will have a medium to short iron tee shot to this two-tiered green, which is narrow yet deep.
04 | 418 Yards, Par 4
Accuracy is the word for this hole! A pond on the left comes into play, while a long fairway bunker guards the right side. Most players will choose to play conservatively and tee off with a fairway wood leaving a middle to long iron approach.
05 | 439 Yards, Par 4
This could be called the calm before the storm. This hole will be the last chance at a good score on the back nine. A generous landing area will help all level of players find the fairway. A good drive will leave a mid or short iron to a large green.
06 | 446 Yards, Par 4
Known as "quick sand" bunkers come into play on all shots. With a bunker bisecting the fairway, players must choose a longer more conservative route to the right or short and aggressive route to the left. A bunker guards the front of this green taking the chance of birdie out of the player's bag.
07 | 235 Yards, Par 3
This hole is the beginning of three of the toughest holes on the front nine. At 235 yards, a well-struck shot is required to find the putting surface.
08 | 460 Yards, Par 4
A precise tee shot will be needed on this sharp dogleg to the right. A fairway bunker and hazard running down the right side will persuade most players to play out to the left, leaving the player with a mid iron to an elevated green.
09 | 624 Yards, Par 5
Not your normal par five. This 624-yard hole will take a little work from the player to get home in three. On this challenging finish, water comes into play on all shots.
10 | 613 Yards, Par 5
Don't hold back, this is the grip it and rip it hole! A wide fairway gives a player a good chance at getting home in two. The conservative players will be faced with a choice of which fairway to use for the lay-up and approach. It could be their hardest choice.
11 | 428 Yards, Par 4
Slight dogleg to the right with a hazard down the right side. Aim at the left fairway bunkers with a slight fade. This will leave a mid iron to a shallow green.
12 | 198 Yards, Par 3
If there ever was a place to play safe this is it. Club selection is critical; the approach is a carry over water with a long iron.
13 | 456 Yards, Par 4
A straight hole that adds bite due to its length. A good drive will leave the player with a long iron to this green which is framed by bunkers on both the right and left side of the green.
14 | 421 Yards, Par 4
Slight dogleg left with water coming into play off the tee and approach shot to the green. The front of this green is guarded by a medium sized bunker while one in the rear will collect balls hit long.
15 | 467 Yards, Par 4
Long par 4 with water down the right side. Most players will choose to aim at the set of tall pines on the left side. Good drives will leave the player with a long iron approach.
16 | 225 Yards, Par 3
Long par 3 that is well protected by both a lake and greenside bunker. Most second shots will be played from behind this green, due to the length of the tee shot.
17 | 456 Yards, Par 4
With bunkers to the left and right of the fairway, an accurate tee shot is required on this difficult par 4. If the player finds the fairway, a well struck long iron or fairway wood will be required to reach this elevated and heavily guarded green.
18 | 588 Yards, Par 5
Our signature hole. At 588 yards, hole 18 sets the player up to make some tough decisions. The tee shot will set the tone; aggressive players will go for the green in two (all carry over water) while conservative players will choose to lay-up to one of two fairways.