NAV­I­GAT­ING THE COUR­SES

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Black­stone

A gen­uine cham­pi­onship lay­out spread over 350 acres in­ter­spersed with lakes and wet­lands. 18 holes, 7,800 yards, par 72

Sand­belt Trails

Fash­ioned af­ter the cour­ses of the Aus­tralian Sand­belt re­gion, this course fea­tures large bunkers and eu­ca­lyp­tus trees. 18 holes, 7,325 yards, par 72

The Vin­tage

Wicker bas­kets for pins and wicker tee mark­ers are just a few of the fea­tures which give this course a de­cid­edly vin­tage char­ac­ter. 18 holes, 7,363 yards, par 72

Step­ping Stone

A pretty pitch-and-putt course. 18 (par 3) holes, par 54

Lava Fields

Sim­i­lar to Black­stone; a long and in­tim­i­dat­ing cham­pi­onship lay­out. 18 holes, 7,400 yards, par 72

Meadow Links

Mod­elled af­ter tra­di­tional US Open cour­ses (of the east­ern United States), this lay­out has ‘church pew’ bunkers and large greens. 18 holes, par 72

The Pre­serve

Beau­ti­ful land­scap­ing and an abun­dance of palms trees and flow­er­ing shrubs make this one of the most scenic lay­outs. 18 holes, par 72

Dou­ble Pin

An in­ter­est­ing in­no­va­tion of two pin op­tions to play to ev­ery hole on this par-3 course makes for a unique ex­pe­ri­ence. 18 (par 3), par 54

Stone Quarry

A trib­ute by the Sch­midt-curley team to their men­tor, Pete Dye. 18 holes, par 72

Shadow Dunes

A short course with the big­gest greens out of the 10 cour­ses. 18 holes, 6,600 yards

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