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CAYMAN’S ONLY 18-HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE

HOLE INFORMATION

1

“GIMMEE” PAR 3 / 130 YARDS

This is a straight away short par 3 to start the round. Usually down wind, short of the hole is much better than above the hole for a realistic birdie putt.

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2

“WESTWARD” PAR 5 / 565 YARDS

A straight forward par 5 – 565 yards, this is a three shot hole with a short water carry off the tee and out of bounds all the way down the left-hand side. The green is divided in half with a distinct ridge running across the center.

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3

“MAHOE” PAR 4 / 420 YARDS

This is a cleverly designed dogleg right par 4 with a pond at the dogleg. You want to be sure to stay down the left side of the fairway as a prevailing wind blows you toward the pond.

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4

“LAKESIDE” PAR 4 / 405 YARDS

This is the hardest hole on the front nine , a par 4, 405 yards with an out of bounds left and a pond right that will capture an errant second shot. Don’t let the yardage fool you; this is the first hole straight back into the prevailing wind. You will want to challenge the left side off the tee to make the hole as short as possible.

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5

“NORTHER” PAR 3 / 180 YARDS

Scenic par 3 over a large pond. Pay close attention to the wind, usually right to left and into. Take one more club than you think to allow for the wind and to clear the water. Anywhere on this green in regulation is a success.

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6

“BIG BEND” PAR 5 / 525 YARDS

This is a true risk reward with a sharp 90 degree dogleg about 210 yards off the tee. Then it is straight into the wind to a large green. The risk is cutting the corner by carrying the tall palm trees or finding a way through the trees. You will then have a 200 to 220 yard shot into the wind.

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7

“TABEBUIA” PAR 4 /355 YARDS

Straight away hole par 4, 355 yards. The second shot is interesting with a quartering wind and water short and right and water long and left.

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8

“MO” PAR 4 / 380 YARDS

Soft dogleg left par 4, but you need to decide how much you want to challenge a hidden pond that is 100 yards from the green. A lay-up off the tee leaves a longer second shot but saves the chance of being in the lake. A generous green but make sure you play the right distance, it is quite deep.

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9

“SMALL ISLAND” PAR 3 / 155 YARDS

A great par 3 155 yards to finish the nine, generally the hole plays into the trade winds and can add an extra two or three clubs. Just to add a little more challenge, there is water short and left of the green.

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10

“SANDY” PAR 4 / 335 YARDS

Finally a little breather, straight away short par 4 335. Just hit a little draw off the fairway bunkers and you will have a short iron to a green that slopes back to front.

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11

“SOUND” PAR 3 / 205 YARDS

This is our signature hole and it plays back toward the North Sound and Rum Point. The wind feels the strongest here and is usually in your face. Don’t be embarrassed to hit a driver –lots of us do.

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12

“PINES” PAR 5 / 540 YARDS

You now have four down wind holes so enjoy this is par 5 where the tee shot sets up hitting between two mounds left and right. The longer hitters can reach in two, but it is generally a 3-shot hole because of the rough just short of the green. Anywhere around 100 yards is a good lay up, leaving a possible birdie putt.

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13

“CARRY” PAR 3 / 205 YARDS

A par 3 with a pond just short, again this is down wind and can play two clubs shorter, you are best to play for the front of the green as the chip from the back is more difficult.

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14

“SUNSET” PAR 4 / 405 YARDS

Straight away down wind par 4. Favor the left side with out-of-bounds all down the right side, but a good drive rewards you with a mid to short iron to a moderately sized green.

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15

“MITCHELL” PAR 4 / 335 YARDS

Your last down wind hole par 4 335 yards, there is no reward for a big tee shot as the fairway left runs away into a pond by the green. Any shot that carries the water in front of the tee will leave no more than a 150 yard shot. The green has two distinct putting surfaces left and right.

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16

“ROYAL PALM” PAR 4 / 335 YARDS

Back toward the club house this is a short par 4, but it is the #1 handicap hole. This is one of the few holes without a bail out. OB right and pond left. If you hit a drive in the fairway you will have relatively short iron to a two-tiered green, if the pin is back be sure to take enough club.

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17

“DEVIOUS” PAR 4 / 295 YARDS

A deceptive hole par 4 295 yards, the tee shot is straight away and you should try to leave a shot inside 150 yards. For your second shot, the green runs parallel to the fairway and is very narrow but deep. This creates the need for precise shot with bunkers left and right.

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18

“WATERLOO” PAR 5 / 525 YARDS

A three shot par 5 525 yards for most players, this hole requires a straight drive with water on the right. Then the hole doglegs around the lake towards the clubhouse, where you need to decide how much of the corner you want to take on. The bunker left of the green is about as far right as you will want to go. Try to play to 100 yards as the green is elevated and a shorter club will allow for a birdie chance.

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