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  • Hole 1

    Par 3 172 yards 146 yards 138 yards 126 yards
    Whitetail’s mid-length par 3 opening hole should provide a straightforward start to your round. Solid shots will avoid the pond in front of the tee and two bunkers surrounding this large flat green will give you a reasonable chance at a par.

  • Hole 2

    Par 5 577 yards 523 yards 411 yards 406 yards
    This beautiful par 5 gives players a good chance to shoot par or better. Waste bunkers lining both sides of the narrow fairway can be avoided with a straight shot off the tee. A solid second shot will put you in position for an easy approach to the elevated green.

  • Hole 3

    Par 4 392 yards 367 yards 313 yards 308 yards
    Although visually intimidating from the tee, there is plenty of room to the right. The creek crossing the fairway beyond the 100 yard marker, two bunkers guarding the green, and a drop off to the right help make this one of the toughest holes on the front nine.

  • Hole 4

    Par 4 406 yards 362 yards 365 yards 267 yards
    A mid-length par 4 from an elevated tee is generous in width. A creek crossing the fairway beyond the 100 yard marker and two greenside bunkers add challenge to this hole.

  • Hole 5

    Par 4 396 yards 388 yards 285 yards 277 yards
    Environmentally sensitive area (that is not to be entered) along the left side and stretching into the fairway short of the green. Hit your tee shot to the right side of the fairway as it slopes to the left. A good second shot will carry the hazard and land on this small turtle back shaped green.

  • Hole 6

    Par 4 294 yards 276 yards 262 yards 249 yards
    Though tempting to drive it to the bottom of the hill short of the green, the easier play is to land in the fairway between the 100 and 150 yard markers. With severe slopes surrounding this green, care should be taken not to miss anywhere but short.

  • Hole 7

    Par 5 555 yards 508 yards 441 yards 436 yards
    This is a long narrow par 5 that sweeps around to the right. A solid tee shot towards the left side of the fairway will give the best angle for your second shot. Stay below the hole whenever possible as the green is sloped from back to front.

  • Hole 8

    Par 3 173 yards 154 yards 147 yards 140 yards
    This downhill par 3 provides challenge for all levels of golfers. Avoid a long shot as the greenside bunkers and surroundings slope away from the green and make for a difficult chip shot.

  • Hole 9

    Par 4 405 yards 360 yards 348 yards 337 yards
    Dense forest protects the left hand side of this uphill dogleg left par 4. A large Oak tree on the left side of the fairway can make for a difficult second shot. Aim towards the fairway bunker on the right to have the best angle to the green.

  • Hole 10

    Par 4 362 yards 340 yards 329 yards 290 yards
    This award winning hole is the pride of Whitetail. A carefully placed tee shot just beyond the 150 yard marker will keep you short of the two fairway ponds. The greenside bunkers and trees guarding the long narrow green demand a precise approach shot if trouble is to be avoided..

  • Hole 11

    Par 3 143 yards 133 yards 128 yards 123 yards
    This short downhill par 3 can provide a good chance at birdie. Be conscious of the elevation change, as it is difficult to achieve success from behind the green.

  • Hole 12

    Par 4 335 yards 319 yards 305 yards 215 yards
    A grouping of trees in the right rough is the challenge from the tee on this short par 4. Do your best to keep your ball below the hole on this sloping green.

  • Hole 13

    Par 4 296 yards 288 yards 215 yards 197 yards
    Stronger players can reach this short par 4 from the tee. Trouble surrounds this small, sloping green, with two bunkers fronting on the left and right. Stay below the hole on your approach.

  • Hole 14

    Par 4 311 yards 301 yards 295 yards 227 yards
    A tee shot struck down the left hand side will run aggressively into the centre of the fairway. Avoid going beyond the 100 yard marker with your tee shot and you will be left with an easier approach shot to a sloping green fronted by water. Ring the bell before proceeding to the green.

  • Hole 15

    Par 4 395 yards 375 yards 340 yards 329 yards
    An intimidating tee shot must avoid trees to the left and wetlands to the right on this demanding par 4. Be aware of the pin’s location on this long, narrow green, protected by bunkers to the left yet open to the right.

  • Hole 16

    Par 5 600 yards 582 yards 465 yards 458 yards
    This 600 yard-par 5 is ranked the hardest hole on the course. Aim your tee shot to the right side of the fairway to avoid the grassy slopes on the left side. A good second shot will take you down the hill to the 150 yard marker in order to reach the green in three shots.

  • Hole 17

    Par 3 188 yards 174 yards 167 yards 140 yards
    This long, beautiful, downhill par 3 takes you across a large pond to a very large green guarded by bunkers. A good solid tee shot is required to carry the pond. Par is a great score on this tough hole.

  • Hole 18

    Par 5 496 yards 484 yards 355 yards 349 yards
    A pond on the right and forest on the left frames the landing area from the tee. Two good shots will prepare you for a 100 yard third shot to a shallow angled green.

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