The North at Lakeview Hills Country Club & Resort
|Red (W)||74||4995 yards||71.8||131|
|Gold M: 72.5/131||538||378||187||293||558||358||445||178||407||3342||429||381||493||153||498||391||392||172||312||3221||6563|
|Blue M: 69.8/129||483||360||154||272||530||332||356||164||402||3053||374||312||460||149||456||353||347||153||292||2896||5949|
|White M: 68.5/124 W: 71.1/128||442||352||133||262||522||326||345||139||385||2906||354||298||443||136||431||340||338||131||269||2740||5646|
|Red W: 70.4/126||421||339||105||215||459||305||286||93||360||2583||341||257||361||102||402||300||282||105||262||2412||4995|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
Bring your GPS
Played this course on a very windy day, which only made it that much more challenging. Greens were very fair and rough was not bad at all.
The heather is awful, if it goes in it is gone. Course has a lot of water but makes for a great layout.
Course has a lot of doglegs and you need a GPS that gives you distances to hazards and turns in the dog leg to be able to play this course well.
Being able to see a detailed layout of the hole would be extremely helpful.
Length is not nearly as important on this course as accuracy is, irons and fairway woods will be your best friends for this setup.