• Short and very narrow par 4.
  • OB down entire right side.
  • Small bunker guarded green.
  • Best bet, lay-up off the tee.
  • The hole plays longer then the yardage on the tee marker.
  • Plays about 260 from back part of tee.
     
 
  • 150 yard par 3.
  • Hole plays slightly longer then its yardage.
  • Small green.
  • Avoid bunker's right and left ... difficult up and down.
     
 
  • Despite the short yardage on this par 5, you can get into some trouble if not careful.
  • Very tight with OB right and left and behind the green.
  • Play this hole conservatively.
     
 
  • Our signature hole.
  • Dogleg left par 5 with OB everywhere!
  • Wide fairway but not an "On in 2" par five for most.
  • Two large bunkers and a large oak tree guard the green.
     
 
  • Straight, narrow and short par 4.
  • Once again trouble left and right.
  • OB Left and what regulars call, "Sherwood Forest" on the right.
  • Large bunker guards the right front portion of the green.
     
 
  • Great Risk/Reward hole.
  • If you can carry the ball 260 yards all over tall tree's and a large bunker to a small green, then go for it!
  • Don't forget the OB over the green!
     
 
  • 165 yard par 3.
  • Sounds simple right? Think again, this is the trickiest green on the course.
  • More bogies or higher may be made on this "simple" hole then any other at WPCC.
     
 
  • 145 yard par 3.
  • Left of green: Large group of palm's and a large bunker.
  • Right of green: Very, very large oak. OB down entire right side and behind green.
     
 
  • Short dogleg left par 4.
  • Like all other holes at WPCC, hole is very tight.
  • Tree's left and OB right and beyond the green.
  • 3 large fairway bunkers right and one left.
  • Fairly tricky green too.
     



 

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