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The first hole at CCC is a Par 4 slight dogleg left that is 420 yards from the back tees. The long hitters can play aggressive and elevate the tee shot over the tall oaks to the center of the fairway. The ball must carry 250 yards to fly the bunker guarding the left side of the fairway. This leaves them with a short iron in. The conservative play is a tee ball up the right side of the fairway. A bunker guards the front right side of the green. The center of the green is the safe play while long of the green is a sure bogey.

The second hole is a Par 4 slight dogleg right with two fairway bunkers left and trees to the right of the fairway. A slight fade is an ideal play off the tee. The tee shot can be deceptive as a well hit ball up the left side of the fairway typical finds the rough. The green has a severe slope towards the front 1/3 so you must be precise from the fairway for a good birdie opportunity.

The third hole is a 155 yard Par 3 from the back tees with bunkers guarding short and long. Pin location and wind direction determine the difficulty of this hole. The wind can swirl here so pay attention to the trees behind the green. Anything slightly left of the pin location allows for an uphill birdie putt.

This straight away Par 4 is one of the best views on the course from the Back Tees. The longer hitters can carry the fairway bunkers while this is a much more demanding tee ball from everyone else. The green is very undulating so precision is key for the approach shot.

The fifth hole is a difficult Par 3 at 190 yards from the back tees with bunkers guarding the left side of the green. Being aggressive here can get you in trouble quickly. The smart play is aim for the center of the green regardless of pin location and take your par. Wind plays a big factor on this tee ball as well. Members cross the first creek on the golf course on this hole. It’s ritual for members to exclaim “We’re crossing the creek!” This simply means it is now time to turn it on and make some birdies!

The sixth hole is an uphill Par 5 which some would say is the turning point of the front nine. Two fairway bunkers guard the left side of the fairway while hazard lurks right. A tee ball up the left center gives you the shortest path to the green. Whether it’s your second or third shot into the green, it is demanding. Traps guard left and short of the green and the green slopes severely in three different directions. Four quality golf shots will leave you with a birdie here!

This uphill Par 4 is a slight dogleg right guarded with oaks on the left and a treacherous bunker on the right that is well placed. Left center of the fairway is the play off the tee. This hole is nicknamed “Road Hole” as any sprayed tee ball to the right is sure to find the road outside of the property. You must keep that out of your mind off the tee ball. The second shot is a good bit uphill and this green is very narrow and deep. If you try to put a “little extra” on your approach, you may find the bunkers left of the green.

This sharp dogleg left sets up perfect for a draw, but a straight ball will do. Out of bounds and hazard are just to the right of the fairway while oaks line the left side. A tee ball that finds the fairway leaves you with a clear approach to the green. The green is guarded with bunkers short and right. Pin location plays a big part in the difficulty of this hole.

This Par 5 can make or break your front nine. This Par 5 takes a sharp turn uphill and across the creek on your second shot. The fairway is guarded with a bunker on the right. Your tee ball requires distance control and precision. This is a three shot hole for most, but an aggressive play off the tee can allow some to reach the green in two. The second shot plays a good ten yards longer. The green is very undulating and guarded by a bunker short and right of the green.

This short Par 4 is a sharp dogleg right. The conservative play is up the left side while some go for the green. The green is well guarded with several bunkers short of the green and a bunker left. A drive to the right is sure to find the creek or the hazard. Birdies and bogeys are very possible here.

Number 11 is a Par 5 with water lurking right on the tee ball. Water is also in play on a second shot that veers right. The green is well guarded with bunkers. Steer to the left side the whole way and you’ll have a good opportunity for birdie...or maybe an eagle!

This par 4 requires distance control off the tee to clear the traps and to stay short of the water. The water is in play off the tee and approach shots to the right. You must be careful on your approach as short will find the water and long will leave you with a tough chip or bunker shot. Two solid shots leave you with a birdie opportunity.

This Par 3 marks the beginning of the toughest stretch of the golf course. This Par 3 requires a straight shot through a shoot of pine trees that can play up to 245 yards. Some call this the “Augusta Hole” as this picturesque hole has the looks and feel of Augusta National. The green slopes severely from back to front. An ideal shot is anything on the green below the hole. Short and right of the green will surely find you in the lone bunker on this hole or with a treacherous chip.

The fourteenth hole is uphill off the tee and slightly downhill on the second shot. A cut shot off the left fairway bunker is the ideal play. A long carry on the tee ball will leave you with a shot a few clubs shorter than a tee ball that doesn’t make it up the slope. Paying attention to wind here is also key on the second. Short and right is not a good miss and bunkers guard the right side.

The fifteenth hole is a straight away par 4 that is very demanding. Tall pines overhang the right side of the fairway while oaks and a hazard line the left side. You must hit the right side of the fairway to have a clear shot at the green. If not, you’ll be punching out or hitting a low ball toward the green. Pay attention to the break of this green as putts deceptively break towards the creek.

This Par 3 is well guarded by trees left and right. Much like #13, this Par 3 requires a fairly straight shot off the tee. The green has two distinct tiers so you must judge the wind and distance just right to give yourself a birdie opportunity. Missing the green right or left gives you a demanding up-and-down.

This sharp dogleg right is a “make or break” tee ball. A spray to the right is out of bounds or under the oak trees. A hard pull is into the hazard on the left. The safe play is up the left side to a well-guarded green. A good tee ball sets the tone for this hole.

This Par 5 finishing hole has seen lots of fireworks through the years to determine champions. This uphill Par 5 requires a straight tee ball to give yourself an opportunity to go for the green. Big oaks appear left and right. The left rough is a popular spot as out of bounds is right. The second shot plays a club longer and the fairway narrows. The green is well-guarded with bunkers left, short, and long right.