Hole By Hole

This straight forward par five is a good opening hole that gives players a feel of what’s ahead. Long hitters will find a well struck tee shot sets up a chance to reach the green in two.

This slightly uphill par four plays longer than its yardage. Take a little more club on your approach shot than you think. Four is a good score here.

This par three can be stretched out to a robust 231 yards. Even though it looks downhill, it plays every bit of the yardage.

One of the most challenging holes on the course. Keep your tee shot in the fairway and you’ll have a chance for a par.

Club selection is the key here. This very large green can be tough to read. Play less break than you think.

A very good risk-reward par five. There is trouble left, but a solidly hit tee shot down the left side sets up a good chance for birdie.

This visual delight is definitely one of the best holes on the course. Your approach shot plays slightly uphill to a tricky green with lots of undulation.

The number one stroke hole. Stay out of the crossing bunkers off the tee and you might have a chance to make a rare par on this hole.

Our signature hole. Aim your tee shot just left of the mound in the center of the fairway. Long hitters should use a three wood to stay short of the water that guards the green. Relax and enjoy one of Washington State’s most popular golf holes.

The tree on the left side of the fairway is 239 yards from the white tees. Long hitters can cut the corner in hopes of leaving a short pitch to a receptive green.

From the white tees you will only need a 240 yard tee shot to get to the corner. Feeling confident? Cut the corner and have a chance for eagle. But beware, many good rounds have been ruined by this hole.

Picturesque and demanding. Shots drifting to the right have no chance. Stay dry and play for par.

Aim down the right side of this fairway as the fairway slopes toward the lake. Three wood is a smart play from the white tees.

Keep it in the fairway! Bunkers right and trees left make a three-wood a wise choice for this tee shot.

Hole 15

A 240-250 yard tee shot from the white tees will keep you short of the bunker. Long-ball hitters can aim right of the bunker. Keep your approach shot below the hole. The green surface is the most challenging on the course.

Hole 16

A great hole that looks more intimidating than it is. Hit your tee shot a little right of center and take one extra club on your shot to the green. Enjoy this fantastic golf hole.

Hole 17

This user friendly par three gives up a few hole-in-ones every year. Maybe today is your day!

A magnificent golf hole. A well-struck tee shot will set up for a chance to hit this par five in two. Enjoy this great finishing hole along with the spectacular view of Moses Lake.

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