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Hole 10
Par 4
Handicap M:10 / W:6
Red 287 yds
White 365 yds
Blue 394 yds
Orange 417 yds
Black 428 yds
This par 4 is the tightest driving hole on the course. With trees immediately to the left of the tee and to the right, navigating through the forest is the toughest aspect of this hole. After you get past the trees, the approach shot is a remotely simple one but does have danger. Short of the green is a pond that guards the right half as does a bunker! This is a challenging hole but is one that can see some birdies as well.
Handicap M:18 / W:18
Red122 yds
White131 yds
Blue163 yds
Orange179 yds
Black206 yds
The first par three on the back nine and can play 206 yards from the Black Tees, and 131 from the White Tees. Regarded as the easiest on the course, at least in terms of the handicap, the green has trees galore surrounding it but doesn't have much effect on the hole, unless the hole is tucked on the left side. With a creek, and bunkers short, make sure you hit enough club to carry those and you should be able to walk away from this hole with a par!
Par 4
Handicap M:8 / W:8
Red 252 yds
White 330 yds
Blue 366 yds
Orange 384 yds
Black 397 yds
The first hole on the course where a lay-up is needed for sure! This par 4 plays 397 from the back tees, and 330 from the forward tees. Laying up to 150 yards is the best bet to ensure you have an open shot to the green. The green has three bunkers around it, two on the backside and one on the right but be aware, the fairway slopes to the left so shots can find their way to the left of the green and make for a treacherous up and down.
Handicap M:12 / W:12
Red266 yds
White320 yds
Blue364 yds
Orange400 yds
Black423 yds
Like most holes, there is no bail out on the tee shot! All the way down the right side are trees, as is the left side, along with a creek that runs through a majority of the hole. Ideally, a tee shot on the right side of the fairway would be best, leaving an approach shot that doesn't have tree trouble but don't be short! The creek runs short of the green, and the green also has two bunkers placed on both sides of the green. To make matters worse, the green may be the toughest on the course as a huge mound is in the middle.
Handicap M:6 / W:4
Red450 yds
White464 yds
Blue486 yds
Orange516 yds
Black529 yds
The first par five on the back nine and it measures 529 yards from the back tees. The distance isn't the challenge on this hole, it;s the chance of having a unfavorable lie that makes people lay-up. Fairway bunkers are plenty on this hole, as are greenside bunkers as well! After your tee shot, the second shot can be another risk reward but with out of bounds left, the ideal bail out would be right, leaving a fairly simple up and down.
Handicap M:16 / W:16
Red161 yds
White167 yds
Blue178 yds
Orange200 yds
Black221 yds
The last par three on the course! This hole plays similar to number 8, as the hole is uphill and using at least a club more is a good idea. This is a pretty straight forward par three that has trouble surrounding the green, with two greenside bunkers. Trouble lurks to the left and right if you go a little off target, and depending on the wind, are possible spots as well. My advice, hit it towards the middle of the green and make par!
Handicap M:2 / W:2
Red447 yds
White449 yds
Blue519 yds
Orange531 yds
Black539 yds
The last par five on the course, and one of the more odd tee shots! There aren't any trees to worry about, but we do have Fescue on both sides of the fairway, so hitting an accurate tee shot is a premium. P.S. Aim further left than maybe you think, the fairway bunker in site is a good target! The second shot can leave the long hitters with a tough decision, as it's reachable in two but takes some good accuracy. The second shot will be over a pond that shows no mercy so make sure you have enough club to reach the green, but greenside bunkers all around the green can make it tough to stay on the surface. If you decide to lay-up, a wedge to an 8-iron are the typical clubs hit into the green.
Handicap M:14 / W:14
Red243 yds
White309 yds
Blue324 yds
Orange400 yds
Black421 yds
This hole can be daunting if you hit a cut, as water rides the entire right side of the hole. It measures 421 yards from the back tees and can be as short as 309, which is a drivable hole but is a big time risk! If you hit a good tee shot, your second shot will be into a green that is guarded by two bunkers and a pond to the right. This can be a birdie hole but can be a large number if you get a little squirrely off the tee!
Handicap M:4 / W:10
Red316 yds
White384 yds
Blue404 yds
Orange 417 yds
Black 435 yds
Quite possibly the most challenging hole on the course, and one that can make close matches intriguing! The tee shot has no place to bail out as right is fescue, and to the left is out of bounds! The long hitters can take it over the trees, but the average golfers should try and hit a shot at the 200 yard marker with a cut. This will leave you with 170 yards into an elevated green with to the right of the green. If you can make it through this with a par, you are doing something right and have conquered the finishing hole at the Beatrice Country Club!