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  • hole 1 golf course tour
    Front Nine  golf course in LA 
    1st Hole     
    Par 5 
    tee-blue  Blue  484
    Handicap  13
    tee-white White  467
    Handicap  13
     tee-red Red 441
    Handicap  5
     The tee shot goes downhill and often people worry about the tree in the middle of the fairway, just worry about getting it in the fairway first. If you are stuck behind it after your tee shot ends up in the fairway, you can pitch over it or punch under it, but keep it to the left as there are two trees on the right that can block out your third shot. Also, all locals know over this green is a no-no.
  • W2-map
    Front Nine  W2-photo 
    2nd Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  404
    Handicap  7
    tee-white White  377
    Handicap 7
     tee-red Red 283
    Handicap  7
    Forget that bunker, this fairway slopes to the right, and the trees will block out shots in the right rough, there is plenty of fairway to the left, and the ball will usually kick right anyway. Second shots play a little shorter due to the downhill, short is your friend here if you're not very accurate, left, right and long are at best an unbelievably hard shot if not in the hazard(right) or OB(left and over).
  • W3-map
    Front Nine  W3-photo 
    3rd Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  428
    Handicap  3
    tee-white White  410
    Handicap  3
     tee-red Red 327
    Handicap  1
    The most important part of this hole is the tee shot, you want it in the area that looks like fairway, don't cut the corner of that hill unless you know exactly where it will end up. If you can get your tee shot to the top of the hill, you should be able to see the green, and missing this green a little to the left is not a crime.
  • W4-map
    Front Nine  W4-photo 
    4th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  296
    Handicap  15
    tee-white White  287
    Handicap  15
     tee-red Red 264
    Handicap  3
    Don't let the yardage fool you, a misplaced tee shot here will hurt as much as one did on the last hole. You need to get the ball in the fairway, then turn left and pitch it on, this green is also typically a little firm.
  • W5-map
    Front Nine  W5-photo 
    5th Hole     
    Par 3
    tee-blue  Blue  254
    Handicap  5
    tee-white White  245
    Handicap  5
     tee-red Red 183
    Handicap  15
    A great par 3, if you can't get there, look at it as the fairway on a par 4, make sure you are in play, this hole is hard for everyone.
  • W6-map
    Front Nine  W6-photo 
    6th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  347
    Handicap  11
    tee-white White  340
    Handicap  11
     tee-red Red 331
    Handicap  9
    Blind tee shot, players should favor the right, even though the fairway slopes a little to the right, that beats being under the trees or on a different elevation. This green is large and has a few severe slopes that make some putts a challenge.
  • W7-map
    Front Nine  W7-photo 
    7th Hole     
    Par 3
    tee-blue  Blue  142
    Handicap  17
    tee-white White  134
    Handicap  17
     tee-red Red 117
    Handicap  17
    It plays a mere 142 from the back tee, but the pond often makes it feel longer, the target area is large and if you can hit the green, remember the back slopes severely up making uphill putts very slow and downhill putts very fast.
  • W8-map
    Front Nine  W8-photo 
    8th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  295
    Handicap  9
    tee-white White  288
    Handicap  9
     tee-red Red 274
    Handicap  13
    This hole is again short but has bite, the fairway slopes severely left>right and the front of the green slopes severely back>front. If you hit two good shots, you will be rewarded, if not, you will have some work to do.
  • W9-map
    Front Nine  W9-photo 
    9th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  424
    Handicap  1
    tee-white White  419
    Handicap  1
     tee-red Red 415
    Handicap  11
     The final hole, at 420 yards, this hole is long enough, but an uphill tee shot makes it harder, playing into the prevailing wind, also adds yardage to this hole. Your first task is to get the ball to the top of the hill, your next task is to hit a green that slopes away from you. Putting here often fools even regulars as people expect balls to break towards the front of the green, but with the general slope heading to the back and right, hopefully you can make a putt to impress your group.
  • E1-map
    Back Nine  E1-photo 
    10th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  424
    Handicap  1
    tee-white White  419
    Handicap  1
     tee-red Red 415
    Handicap  11
     #10 is a layup hole off the tee. A long iron or hybrid will get you between 100-135 yards out, favor the right side of the fairway. Left is DEAD! You should have a short approach shot into the green which slopes from front to back, stay below the hole.
  • E2-map
    Back Nine  E2-photo 
    11th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  398
    Handicap  14
    tee-white White  349
    Handicap  14
     tee-red Red 325
    Handicap  12
    Like the first hole, right is the better side to attack this hole from, the fairway slopes to the left, and unlike most greens you play, this one slopes away from you when approaching it making it harder to stick that perfect shot and make it hold.
  • E3-map
    Back Nine  E3-photo 
    12th Hole     
    Par 5
    tee-blue  Blue  501
    Handicap 2
    tee-white White  490
    Handicap  2
     tee-red Red 441
    Handicap  2
    This is the hole that everyone remembers playing at The Hills, and is best attacked by strategy rather than brute force. Normal tee shot should travel less than 240(there is a lake if you go straight too far), then a layup down the left side(the fairway tips severely to the right). Finally, if the flag is not blue(in the back) you should play to the front/right portions of the green, this shot plays at least an extra club normally, but if your ball is on the top tier on the green, stopping it without putting off the green is a tall task.
  • E4-map
    Back Nine  E4-photo 
    13th Hole     
    Par 3
    tee-blue  Blue  207
    Handicap  8
    tee-white White  200
    Handicap  8
     tee-red Red 134
    Handicap  14
    This is really the first of many great views, a nice 200 yard par 3 that plays downhill, the wind is usually at least somewhat in your face and negates the downhill. This hole has 3 bunkers, and a lake that wraps around the back/sides, when in doubt, play for the front edge/fairway.
  • E5-map
    Back Nine  E5-photo 
    14th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  375
    Handicap  4
    tee-white White  362
    Handicap  4
     tee-red Red 320
    Handicap  4
     Don't let the blind tee shot fool you, you can play to the fairway you see and be just fine. The second shot plays uphill to a severely sloping green that goes Back>front.
  • E6-map
    Back Nine  E6-photo 
    15th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  366
    Handicap  10
    tee-white White  360
    Handicap  10
     tee-red Red 329
    Handicap  16
    Another beautiful view that often distracts players. Getting your ball in play is important, right of the fairway is not easily playable into the green, many players err to the left side/left rough. This green is also smaller than it looks in depth.
  • E7-map
    Back Nine  E7-photo 
    16th Hole     
    Par 4
    tee-blue  Blue  350
    Handicap  12
    tee-white White  338
    Handicap  12
     tee-red Red 324
    Handicap 8
    This uphill hole is short which helps, the fairway helps balls on the right of it get back into the center. This is the smallest and most sloped green on the course, usually anything on the front half with any spin will end up on the front fringe.
  • E8-map
    Back Nine  E8-photo 
    17th Hole     
    Par 3
    tee-blue  Blue  164
    Handicap  18
    tee-white White  139
    Handicap  18
     tee-red Red 122
    Handicap  18
    Short and downhill make playing into the prevailing wind a challenge, pin positions in the front often leave difficult and fast putts. But a good tee shot and putt will be rewarded.
  • E9-map
    Back Nine  E9-photo 
    18th Hole     
    Par 5
    tee-blue  Blue  472
    Handicap  16
    tee-white White  465
    Handicap  16
     tee-red Red 401
    Handicap  6
    Straight away and pick a good line, most will want to be in the right side of the fairway to avoid trees down the left. Longer hitters can challenge those trees down the left to shorten the hole a little. Second shots play longer going uphill, and the front bunker is there to grab any low shot heading into the green(make sure you get it up in the air good here). If you hit your ball to the wrong end of this green, you are in for a long, challenging putt.