The Nightmare Course Layout

Par: 72 | Yards: 5,168 – 7,020

Ratings:
Blue 73.9 / 132 | White 71.4 / 130 | Gold 68.9 / 128 | Red 69.0 / 121

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1


Hole 1 – Par 4

An easy starting hole. Hit this fairway off the tee, and your approach shot is pretty straight forward. Be careful not to fly the green on your second shot as there is a deep bunker behind the green.

Blue -358   |   White – 321   |   Gold – 303   |   Red – 225   |   Handicap – 13

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 1The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 1 - the green

2


Hole 2 – Par 3

This par 3 is pretty much straight forward. Take enough club to carry the front bunker, but be careful, two large greenside bunkers guard the back of the green. A cut shot may be your best option if the pin sits back right.

Blue – 216   |   White – 184   |   Gold – 150   |   Red – 109   |   Handicap – 15

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 2The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 2 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 2 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 2 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 2 - the green

3


Hole 3 – Par 4

The most demanding Par 4 on the course. It’s best to play your tee shot to the right side of this fairway, but it doesn’t get any easier once that is done. Your approach shot must carry the elevated green as anything left short will not roll on, so take an extra club.

Blue – 462   |   White – 404   |   Gold – 312   |   Red – 230   |   Handicap – 5

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 3The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 3 - the green

4


Hole 4 – Par 4

This dogleg right requires an extremely accurate tee shot. A slight fade to the right center of the fairway is your best play. The approach shot here hides nothing. If you miss the green, miss left. The right greenside bunker play is more difficult.

Blue – 458   |   White – 415   |   Gold – 384   |   Red – 318   |   Handicap – 9

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 4The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 4 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 4 - the teeThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 4 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 4 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 4 - the green

5


Hole 5 – Par 3

This hole boasts a truly deceptive false front. Make sure to take enough club as the green is slightly elevated. If you miss the green, miss right.

Blue – 191   |   White – 175   |   Gold – 144   |   Red – 122   |   Handicap – 17

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 5The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 5 - the green

6


Hole 6 – Par 5

Pound your tee shot right of center and steer clear of the large fairway bunker on the left. Everything from here on, is all uphill. Take enough club. The green is most receptive to shots from the right side of the fairway, but you will flirt with the bunker. This green is extremely undulating and narrow.

Blue – 573   |   White – 544   |   Gold – 515   |   Red – 462   |   Handicap – 3

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 6The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the teeThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 6 - the green

7


Hole 7 – Par 4

Stripe your tee shot right down the center of the fairway here. Errant shots right may catch the pond, and shots to far left leave a difficult approach as a large tree protects the green. This double green is shared with #17.

Blue – 341   |   White – 320   |   Gold – 300   |   Red – 252   |   Handicap – 11

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 7The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 7 - the green

8


Hole 8 – Par 5

The Number One hole at The Nightmare. Tee shots should be left of center. Continue to play your approach shots to the left of the fairway, as the closer to the green you get the more bunkers you will encounter on the right.

Blue – 626   |   White – 603   |   Gold – 583   |   Red – 436  |   Handicap – 1

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 8The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the teeThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 8 - the green

9


Hole 9 – Par 4

Go ahead try and carry these bunkers. The smart play is right of center. Of course with this dogleg left your approach shot is a lot longer from the right. The question is do you feel lucky? The green is heavily bunkered from the right side and all carry.

Blue – 443   |   White – 427   |   Gold – 411   |   Red – 367   |   Handicap – 7

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 9The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 9 - the green

10


Hole 10 – Par 4

A pretty straight forward par 4. Tee shots should be down the center, keeping in mind that the fairway slopes down to the right. Don’t be short of your approach shots, the two front bunkers catch a lot of shots left short.

Blue – 313   |   White – 291   |   Gold – 257   |   Red – 220   |   Handicap – 16

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 10The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the teeThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 10 - the green

11


Hole 11 – Par 5

The tee shot should be aimed at the left side bunker and fade it to the center. Long hitters may be able to get home in two. There is water in front, and a huge bunker guarding the front of the green. Oh yeah, the bunker behind the green is larger than the one in front. We suggest that you lay up and let your short game do the work.

Blue – 483   |   White – 453   |   Gold – 429   |   Red – 412   |   Handicap – 6

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 11The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 11 - the green

12


Hole 12 – Par 3

What you see is what you get here. Make sure to be long enough, the green is plenty deep and wide enough to accommodate. There aren’t any hidden bunkers behind the green, but it does drop off severely.

Blue – 161   |   White – 146   |   Gold – 130   |   Red – 98   |   Handicap – 18

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 12The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 12 - the green

13


Hole 13 – Par 4

Keep all shots just to the right of the left bunker. Long hitters may opt to blow it over the bunker, favor the right side. The fairway narrow toward the green. Greenside bunkers here at the 13th are extremely large and deep. Hitting the green on your approach here is a must.

Blue – 434   |   White – 397   |   Gold – 355   |   Red – 314   |   Handicap – 8

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 13The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 13 - the green

14


Hole 14 – Par 3

A wonderful par 3. Hidden bunker on the back side of the green catches many errant shots. A Peninsula green has water to the back and both sides. Consider one club less and aim to the front of the green.

Blue – 214   |   White – 193   |   Gold – 171   |   Red – 133   |   Handicap – 12

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 14The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 14 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 14 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 14 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 14 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 14 - the green

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Hole 15 – Par 4

A well struck tee shot in the center of the fairway is a requirement. The fairway sits up on a plateau and drops off severely from the right. Approach shots need to be long enough to carry the bunker guarding the front of the green. There is also a small, deep pot bunker in the front and to the right of the green. It is better to be long than short.

Blue – 413   |   White – 396   |   Gold – 368   |   Red – 294   |   Handicap – 4

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 15The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the green

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Hole 16 – Par 4

Everything plays uphill, so make your club selection wisely. The water can be reached on your tee shot if you lose it right. You will need a precise approach as water surrounds the green. A long approach will almost always find the shallows.

Blue – 360   |   White – 341   |   Gold – 319   |   Red – 276   |   Handicap – 10

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 16The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 15 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 16 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 16 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 16 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 16 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 16 - the green

17


Hole 17 – Par 4

Tee shots should be left of the fairway bunker on the right. A bunker on the right. A bunker guards the back right of the green which is the smallest of the 18. Remember this green is shared by hole #7.

Blue – 393   |   White – 364   |   Gold – 346   |   Red – 314   |   Handicap – 14

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 17The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 17 - the green

18


Hole 18 – Par 5

Nobody said the last hole was going to be easy. Tee shots should be to the center or right of center. Watch out for the pond that creeps into play on the right. Second shots need to be in the fairway to take advantage of this large final green.

Blue – 580   |   White – 553   |   Gold – 534   |   Red – 490   |   Handicap – 2

Layout of The Nightmare Hole 18The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the tee

The Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the fairwayThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - approach to the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the greenThe Nightmare Golf Course Hole 18 - the green