Mount Ogden Hole Description

Hole 1     

                              
Short uphill par 4 with the approach needing to be left, below the hole to have the best chance of making a birdie.



Hole 2

Safe play is a hybrid or iron from the tee but longer hitters can take a line at the left side of the green.  Green slopes slightly to the left and away in spots.



Hole 3


Conservative tee shot will leave a player a short iron into the green.  Approach shot plays 1.5 clubs longer due to elevation change.



Hole 4


Tee shot should favor left side of fairway.  Lay up to a full swing yardage for third shot to the green.  Approach shot plays 2 full clubs longer due to elevation change.

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Hole 5         

                           
Two tiered green makes club selection from tee important.  Green slopes from right to left.  A tee shot left below the hole offers the best chance to make a putt.



Hole 6


Short par 5 that you can take advantage of with a well-placed tee shot.  Driver is not necessary to hit the green in two.  Most players will be better to lay up short of the creek with second shot.



Hole 7


Toughest par 4 on course.  Accurate tee shot sets up opportunity to hit the green in two.  Most players will benefit from taking one extra club on approach.  Green slopes severely from right to left.      
  

 

Hole 8


Smart shot is to the widest part of the green left of the bunker.



Hole 9


Favor the left side of the fairway to avoid out-of-bounds to the right.  The approach should be left below the hole.



Hole 10


Tee shot is critical on this hole.  Favor the left side of the fairway.  Longer hitters may choose to take it over trees on the right.  Approach shots should be hit toward left side of the green.



Hole 11


Tee shot should be aimed to left side of the fairway.  Approach shots should be aimed left of the hole location and short to have the best chance for birdie.



Hole 12


Great short par 3.  Pick the right club that will get you over the bunker short of the green.



Hole 13


Challenging uphill par 4.  Tee shots should favor left side of the fairway.  Approach shot plays at least two clubs longer than yardage due to elevation change.



Hole 14


Tough uphill par 3 that plays a club longer than the yardage says.  Take enough club to avoid bunkers.
  


Hole 15


Great short par 4 that is reachable by many.  A conservative shot of 200 yards to widest part of fairway offers best chance for birdie.  Be careful on approach since the green slopes away.


 

Hole 16


Tee shots aimed to the right side of fairway offer the best chance for a good approach.  Longer hitters may take a chance on the corner of the dogleg.  Approach is a two-tiered green that slopes away.



Hole 17


A tee shot of 190 – 210 yards will give you the best chance to hit the widest part of the fairway.  Green is narrow on approach and approach yardage plays two clubs less.



Hole 18


Reachable par 5 with trouble down the left side.  The more you can cut the corner, the shorter the approach to the green.  Approach shots left below the hole will offer best chance for birdie.