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- Hole 01
- Hole 02
- Hole 03
- Hole 04
- Hole 05
- Hole 06
- Hole 07
- Hole 08
- Hole 09
- Hole 10
- Hole 11
- Hole 12
- Hole 13
- Hole 14
- Hole 15
- Hole 16
- Hole 17
- Hole 18
Hole #1 is a straight away 397 yard par 4. A tee shot slightly favoring the right side will give you the best angle to approach the green guarded by two bunkers in the front.
Hole #2 is a 152 yard par 3. The green is guarded by two deep bunkers and a false front. A tee shot to the middle of the green is the safest play.
Hole #3 is a 424 yard slight dog-leg right par 4. A tee shot from an elevated tee box needs to find the middle of the fairway guarded by two bunkers in the landing area. A tough approach shot to an elevated green makes it the third hardest hole.
A tee shot from an elevated tee box that is lined with trees. Stay out of the trees along the right side and the fairway bunker on the left to ensure a short approach shot into a front to back sloped green guarded by two deep bunkers.
Hole #5 is a 486 yard slight dog-leg right par 5. Keep your tee shot in the fairway that is lined with bunkers on either side of the landing area. A lay up shot to the top of the hill or just past it will give you a short approach and an easy look at birdie on this par 5.
Beware of the lateral water hazard on the right and the two large bunkers protecting a large green. A tee shot to the middle of the green and below the hole is the safest play.
A long and straight 455 yard par 4. A tee shot from an elevated tee needs to find the landing area protected by trees on the left and a fairway bunker on the right. A long approach shot is needed to reach a small elevated green guarded by two bunkers. It’s better to be long than short on the most difficult par 4 here at Apple Valley Golf Course.
Hole #8 is a dog-leg left par 4. A tee shot from an elevated tee box should favor the right side of the fairway so as not to be blocked by the over-hanging trees or the longer hitters can fly the two pine trees on the left. The elevated green is guarded by two large, deep bunkers and is slightly bowl shaped and slopes from back to front.
The left side of the fairway is lined with trees and out of bounds. A tee shot to the middle of the fairway will give you a good look at the green which is protected by two large sand traps.
Hole #10 is a long 222 yard par 3. There are two large, deep bunkers protecting this back to front sloping green. Hit it in the middle and move on.
A tee shot down the middle is safe from out of bounds left and the fairway bunkers on the right. A mid-length approach shot that finds the middle of this back to front sloping green is needed to make par.
Hole #12 is a long dog-leg left 438 yard par 4. The corner is protected by large trees and bunkers on both sides. The bowl shaped green is guarded by two large, deep bunkers on either side.
A tee shot 100 yards from the green gives you the best look at the green protected by a large Joshua trees in the middle of the approach area.
Hole #14 is a long 508 yard par 5. A tee shot to the top of the hill is needed to avoid the bunker on the left and out of bounds on the right. A lay up shot to the Joshua tree on the right side is a good choice. The green is guarded by large deep bunkers along the front and right side.
Beware of the fairway bunkers on either side of the landing area. A tough approach shot to an elevated green protected by bunkers in the front and large drop off on the back.
Hole #16 is a long downhill 454 yard par 4. Beware the large fairway bunker on the right side and the Joshua tree on the left. A long approach shot is needed to reach this severely sloping green from back to front. Stay below the hole on this green!
Hole #17 is a mid-length 178 yard par 3. A tee shot from an elevated tee box to a heavy guarded green, protected by a water hazard and bunkers make for a daunting task.
Hole #18 is a slight dog-leg right 516 yard par 5. An up hill tee shot should find a flat landing area guarded by trees and a bunker on the right side. A lay up shot to 100 yards down the right side gives you the best angle to attack this large back to front sloping green.
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