This dogleg right Par 4 requires a good drive to the top of the hill to set up a shot into the large green. Take notice of the pin position as a stray shot can lead to some difficult putting.
Lengthened overall hole.Added & elevated two tees & expanded two lower tees.Made a wider landing area by removing three fairway bunkers.Cleared more trees to the right of the hole & added more fairway.Removed brush & trees behind the green.
Distance: 424 | 417 | 405 | 385 | 341
One of the longest par fours in Bobby’s Legacy Golf Course. The tee shot plays slightly uphill, only a solidly struck shot will avoid the bunkers on the inside edge of the dogleg. A drive in the fairway will leave a long iron into this well protected green. Water awaits shots short and left of the green and bunkers will collect balls to the right. Leaving this hole with a par will be a success.
Made larger landing area by removing three fairway bunkers & one approach bunker. Made ball retrieval easier by reducing large fairway bunker at the dogleg into two smaller ones, so golfers don't have to walk all the way around. Added more fairway to the approach, making it wider. Brushed and cleared the woods on the right of the hole. Mowed & cleared long grass to the left of the green. Removing large trees behind the green, to better promote sunlight & growth.
Distance: 368 | 348 | 304 | 291 | 258
A rather short Par 4 that puts a premium on the tee shot. The landing area narrows as you get closer to the green, so lay up to the right side of the fairway in order to avoid the fairway bunker. Take enough club to reach this green as the second shot plays slightly uphill.
Distance: 329 | 297 | 263 | 242 | 216
Look at the variety of tees. Depending on where your tee is today, it may not be the same as tomorrow's thus giving you different yardage and angles to this short but fun par 4. Avoid the bunkers, especially the small pot bunker in the middle. If you avoid the sand, you should be rewarded with a short shot to an elevated green.
Distance: 509 | 484 | 451 | 431 | 360
This downhill par 5 is one of the most beautiful holes on Bobby’s Legacy Golf Course. Avoid the two bunkers and you will have a scenic second shot across wetland protecting the green. Don't miss the view to the left through the trees across the picturesque cranberry bog.
Brushed out behind the green.
Distance: 347 | 315 | 282 | 262 | 233
Oh No! Another forced carry. Don't fall asleep here. Hit a nice drive that will leave a short second shot. Birdies should be abundant here. Watch out, the green is tricky.
Distance: 180 | 156 | 134 | 120 | 108
This par 3 across water is another of our prettiest holes at Bobby’s Legacy Golf Course. The green is well protected by bunkers in the back and water in front, requiring a precise iron to the green. Keep a watchful eye, you may see a beaver or bald eagle by this pond.
Removed the group of trees to the left of the fairway.
Distance: 570 | 543 | 516 | 495 | 487
On this long, uphill par 5, plan on 3 good shots. Your second shot should take aim just short of the birch trees for a good look at this well protected, elevated green. Stop and enjoy the scenery.
Reduced the hazard quotient by removing the bunker 200 yards out to widen the fairway & removed one green-side bunker. Removed half the cart path running along the right side of the hole. Installed new cart path and bridge on the entire left side of fairway, running behind the green. Made green more accessible by cleaning-up the woods behind the green & expanding the cart area. Planted several large pines between Bobby's #1 and #8.
Distance: 112 | 107 | 102 | 88 | 78
Looks may be deceiving with a change in elevation. Club selection plays a large factor for a chance of a birdie to end the front nine.
Distance: 573 | 516 | 462 | 442 | 419
Wow! Wait till you crest the hill. A well-placed long drive on the right will give you a shot at hitting this long narrow green in two. If you play the hole to the left of the grove of trees, be careful to hit your second shot far enough to give you an open shot to the green.
Additional fairway installed along right hand side of hole.
Distance: 145 | 126 | 107 | 98 | 90
Don't be fooled on this short par 3. Club selection is crucial to hit this deep green. Birdie is possible, but if you're not careful, so is a bogey.
Distance: 501 | 476 | 431 | 411 | 386
The easiest par 5 on this 9. A straight drive puts you in position to reach this large green in two. An errant drive will rule out an aggressive second shot that can reward you in a birdie or a possible eagle.
Distance: 371 | 354 | 321 | 301 | 263
Options abound with this challenging Par 4. The "heroic tees" challenge golfers with a 250 yard carry over Legacy Lake to reach dry ground. Successfully reaching land will leave only a pitch shot to the green. The more traditional route using the fairway is a dogleg right. Bunkers to the right will leave a side hill bunker shot into the green, but be careful to not drive through the fairway as the land slopes off dramatically to the left.
Brushed out the areas behind the green & to the fairway's right.
Distance: 452 | 440 | 424 | 365 | 336
This long Par 4 will challenge golfers to place their tee shot in the fairway. The key shot on this hole is the second, where a precise iron must land on the green or it could be lost. The lake is right of the green and wetlands swallow shots left of the green. This deep green has three subtle levels to challenge your putting touch.
Brushed out the right of the green & along the lake.
Distance: 240 | 227 | 208 | 193 | 185
This long Par 3 can stretch out to 240 yards. The large chipping area in front of the green is a good landing zone from this type of distance. A well-hit shot will bounce up on the green and others will be faced with a chip and a putt to get their par.
Planted two trees to screen the pumps and brushed out on the right & left of the green.
Distance: 328 | 290 | 258 | 232 | 198
The shortest Par 4 on this side of Bobby’s Legacy Golf Course is no easy par. An uphill tee shot must find the saddle shaped fairway. Be sure to avoid the deep fairway bunkers that run the entire right side of the hole. Good drives will leave you a short iron into the green. Be sure you avoid going long on the downhill second as trees and water naturally protect to backside of this green.
Improved ball location by brushing out behind the green.
Distance: 427 | 407 | 364 | 256 | 248
Numerous levels of tees makes this Par 4 different each time you play. The tee shot across Legacy Lake needs to be just the right distance. Short drives will splash and drives that are too long will find the sand. The large green is often tricky to hit as the wind blows from across the lake.
New tee boxes added. Fairway widened. New putting green developed. This hole will now play as a dogleg left.
Distance: 545 | 499 | 470 | 430 | 417
The finishing Par 5 can play countless different ways depending on the wind conditions and tee marker placement. This final hole is reachable in two for long hitters and those that are willing to risk cutting off the angle across the marsh. (If the wind is just right, the green may even be reachable!!). Shots left of the large tree will find the fairway and leave you an easy lay up. If you go for the green in two beware of the bunker to the right of the green and the thick brush behind the green. This interesting par 5 will yield a lot of birdies and help you end your round in style.
A new tee complex has been added to this hole. Brushed out behind & to the left of the green.
Distance: 125 | 107 | 96 | 84 | 75
This quiet Par 3 in the trees can be the sight for some noise if all the bets are riding after the round. Pick your club carefully and make sure you hit it solid because the numerous bunkers around the green can make par a challenge. Perhaps the elusive hole-in-one can be made and you can head to the clubhouse to celebrate.
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