Cypress Bend Course

Cypress Holes 1-6

Hole: 1

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 413 4 9
Blue 377 4 9
White 342 4 9
Silver 317 4 9
Red 294 4 15
Scorecard

How to Play It:
With a slight dogleg to the right, the tee shot must avoid the two fairway bunkers that guard the right side. The second shot will require proper club selection because of the depth of the green. Bunkers guard this large green to the right and in back.


 

Hole: 2

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 453 4 1
Blue 435 4 1
White 420 4 1
Silver 364 4 1
Red 338 4 7
Scorecard

How to Play It:
This straight hole requires a tee shot that avoids fairway bunkers on the right side. A solid drive sets up an important second shot into a green that is guarded by a large bunker to the left and water to the left. The green slopes back to front with several hole locations that demand proper speed while putting.


 

Hole: 3

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 490 5 11
Blue 475 5 11
White 462 5 11
Silver 432 5 11
Red 414 5 3
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How to Play It:
Don’t be fooled by the yardage! The tee shot needs to favor the right side to avoid the fairway bunkers on the left. A solid tee shot sets up the opportunity to reach the green in two. The lay up shot must be placed between bunkers that guard both sides of the fairway. Check the hole location for the approach shot to avoid the bunkers and water that guard the right side of the green.


 

Hole: 4

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 401 4 5
Blue 372 4 5
White 341 4 5
Silver 321 4 5
Red 296 4 1
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How to Play It:
The tee shot needs to avoid bunkers on both sides of the fairway and the creek that runs diagonal across the hole. Club selection on the second shot is important to this t-shaped green. Bunkers guard the right and left front side of the green.


 

Hole: 5

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 368 4 13
Blue 333 4 13
White 300 4 13
Silver 290 4 13
Red 258 4 9
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How to Play It:
With the easiest tee shot on the front nine, the large fairway allows plenty of space to let it go from the tee. The second shot must have proper distance to carry the green-side bunker that guards the front right side of the green.


 

Hole: 6

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 170 3 15
Blue 166 3 15
White 148 3 15
Silver 148 3 15
Red 127 3 13
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How to Play It:
Club selection is important to place the ball well on this large, undulating green guarded by bunkers on both sides.

Cypress Holes 7-12


 

Hole: 7

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 550 5 3
Blue 525 5 3
White 500 5 3
Silver 467 5 3
Red 404 5 5
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How to Play It:
This hole can be reached in three shots. The drive should avoid the right fairway bunker and out of bounds area to the left. A proper lay up shot must be placed between another set of bunkers about 100 yards out. Check the pin location on this undulating green that is guarded by bunkers to the front and right.

 

Hole: 8

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 185 3 17
Blue 153 3 17
White 130 3 17
Silver 110 3 17
Red 101 3 17
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How to Play It:
A solid tee shot must carry to the green to avoid the steep bank in front and large lake. A bunker in the back of the green awaits the tee shot that travels too far.


 

Hole: 9

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 359 4 7
Blue 339 4 7
White 315 4 7
Silver 280 4 7
Red 252 4 11
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How to Play It:
A solid tee shot must avoid the bunkers to the right and water to the left. The second shot must also carry three bunkers that guard the front right of this green.


 

Hole: 10

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 440 4 8
Blue 393 4 8
White 360 4 8
Silver 315 4 8
Red 310 4 4
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How to Play It:
With a sharp dogleg to the right, a long tee shot over the fairway bunkers set up a mid-iron shot onto a large green guarded by a bunker in front and to the left.


 

Hole: 11

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 375 4 4
Blue 357 4 4
White 330 4 4
Silver 315 4 4
Red 268 4 14
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How to Play It:
The tee shot must favor the right side to avoid the water along the left side of the fairway. The second shot is over water to a green guarded by a bunker on the left.



 
 

Hole: 12

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 212 3 14
Blue 185 3 14
White 177 3 14
Silver 147 3 14
Red 142 3 18
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How to Play It:
This hole plays slightly uphill. Take an extra club to avoid being short. The large green slopes from back to front.

Cypress Holes 13-18


 

Hole: 13

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 543 5 12
Blue 517 5 12
White 474 5 12
Silver 445 5 12
Red 438 5 2
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How to Play It:
With a sharp dogleg to the right, the green is reachable with an aggressive tee shot aimed over the large fairway bunker. The second shot must avoid water and bunkers on both sides of the fairway. The large green rewards players that attempt to go for the green in two.


 

Hole: 14

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 428 4 2
Blue 401 4 2
White 368 4 2
Silver 342 4 2
Red 327 4 8
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How to Play It:
With a slight dogleg to the left, the tee shot needs to favor the right side to open the green for the second shot. The green is guarded by a bunker to the right and water to the left. This right to left, two-tiered green is large so proper club selection is necessary.


 

Hole: 15

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 178 3 18
Blue 163 3 18
White 149 3 18
Silver 140 3 18
Red 115 3 16
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How to Play It:
As the narrowest green on the course, this Par 3 has a bunkers that guards the left side and the front.


 

Hole: 16

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 399 4 16
Blue 381 4 16
White 340 4 16
Silver 290 4 16
Red 275 4 10
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How to Play It:
With a dogleg to the left, an aggressive tee shot over the left-side fairway bunker leaves a short iron to a green that has a severe slope from back to front.


 

Hole: 17

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 495 4 10
Blue 379 4 10
White 360 4 10
Silver 340 4 10
Red 260 4 12
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How to Play It:
Favor the left side with the tee shot to avoid the water that runs down the entire right side. A large bunker in front of the green makes club selection important for the second shot. The large green slopes from back to front and is guarded by bunkers to the right and left.


 

Hole: 18

Tees Yardage Par H/C
Gold 505 5 6
Blue 500 5 6
White 479 5 6
Silver 440 5 6
Red 410 5 6
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How to Play It:
This great finishing hole demands a long, straight tee shot to avoid bunkers on the left and water on the right. The second shot must be well-placed to avoid the creek that runs in front of the green and if you decide to go for the green in two, make sure you use enough club to carry the creek. The green is guarded by two bunkers in the back and water to the left.