EMERALD

Emerald-9 features well-manicured tees, greens and fairways and attractively landscaped areas. The back-to-back par 5's (the 5th and 6th holes) play uphill and downhill respectively and provide ample landing areas and good birdie chances. The course is easily walkable at a comfortable pace and is visually stimulating.

  • 4
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A tee shot placed down the left centre of the fairway will leave you with the ideal angle for your approach shot. Take note of the pin position, as it will affect your club section into this long green.

    HCP Men's 3 / Ladies 3
  • 3
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The ideal shot should be kept below the hole on this severely sloping green. Make sure you have enough club, since shots coming up short will roll down into the gully in front of the putting surface.

    HCP Men's 2 / Ladies 2
  • 4
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    If you hit a huge left to right tee shot, you might be left with a short pitch into this green. The smart play is a 200 yard lay-up, leaving an easy shot at this well-guarded, narrow green.

    HCP Men's 7 / Ladies 7
  • 3
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A short par 3 that actually plays much tougher than it looks. Keep your tee shot below the hole to avoid the dreaded three putt.

    HCP Men's 8 / Ladies 8
  • 5
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The second longest of our 45 holes at Deer Creek. This uphill par 5 requires three good shots to reach the putting surface. Avoid the bunker on the left off the tee. Note the dogleg left for your second shot.

    HCP Men's 1 / Ladies 1
  • 5
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A good drive should reach the down slope, giving you the extra distance needed to reach this green in two. If laying-up, beware of the bunkers that pinch into the fairway around the 100 yard marker.

    HCP Men's 6 / Ladies 6
  • 4
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The perfect tee ball is a right to left shot aimed at the fairway bunker. This should leave a mid to a short iron approach into this wide but shallow firm green.

    HCP Men's 4 / Ladies 4
  • 3
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The yardage on the card should be considered all carry. However, this is the only par 3 on the South Course where you’re not penalized for being short of the green.

    HCP Men's 5 / Ladies 5
  • 4
    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A tempting short par 4, but at what cost? A 200 yard tee shot will leave you with a short wedge and a great birdie opportunity. Go for it and you may have a chance at eagle. Miss, you might need a calculator to add this one up.

    HCP Men's 9 / Ladies 9

SCORECARD

HOLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OUT
Blue
387
180
336
147
545
493
367
194
286
2935
White
377
156
306
128
527
470
367
169
266
2766
Red
352
137
282
128
455
407
340
148
226
2475
Par
4
3
4
3
5
5
4
3
4
35
Men's Handicap
3
2
7
8
1
6
4
5
9
Ladies Handicap
3
2
7
8
1
6
4
5
9