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Hole 1 Par 4 Handicap 9


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

The Ranch Course begins with a dogleg right par 4 measuring 411 yards. A good tee shot favoring the left side of the fairway will avoid the waste bunker on the right and leave you with mid-to-short iron downhill approach shot. The green slopes both to the front and back from the center. Par is very attainable.

Silver
312
White
320
Green
352
Dark Grey
382
Black
411

Hole 2 Par 4 Handicap 1


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 445-yard par 4 is a tough hole. A goof drive avoiding the bunkers on the right will leave you with a long-iron approach. The green is slightly elevated and well-protected by the bunkers to the right. Par is at a premium.

Silver
282
White
347
Green
370
Dark Grey
402
Black
439

Hole 3 Par 5 Handicap 5


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

The straightaway 497-yard par 5 is reachable by the big hitters. The layup for others is very tricky. Favor the right side, as this fairway becomes very narrow and slopes left toward the bunkers and waste area. A short wedge approach should leave you with a birdie putt.

Silver
409
White
438
Green
462
Dark Grey
487
Black
497

Hole 4 Par 4 Handicap 3


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 435-yard par 4 requires precision off the tee. Avoiding the bunkers left and waste areas right is imperative. The fairway narrows as you approach the 150-yard marker. Your second shot is a mid-to-long iron to a well-bunkered, elevated green that slopes from back to front.

Silver
274
White
324
Green
359
Dark Grey
393
Black
426

Hole 5 Par 3 Handicap 17


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 167-yard par 3 allows you to catch your breath. The green causes difficulty in its size and slopes from right to left.

Silver
115
White
128
Green
148
Dark Grey
156
Black
167

Hole 6 Par 4 Handicap 15


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 372-yard par 4 requires a tee shot that avoids the bunkers left and trouble right. Your second shot is a short-iron approach to an elevated green well protected by bunkers behind and to the right front. This green slopes from left to right. Expect a par.

Silver
258
White
305
Green
333
Dark Grey
345
Black
372

Hole 7 Par 4 Handicap 7


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

7. This 410-yard par 4 requires a good tee shot that avoids the right-side fairway bunkers. You will be faced with a mid-to-long iron to a green that is 50 yards deep. The premium here is estimating the proper distance to the pin.

Silver
256
White
290
Green
350
Dark Grey
383
Black
405

Hole 8 Par 3 Handicap 11


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 223-yard par 3 requires a long-iron or fairway wood to a tri-level green. Accuracy is everything here. Don’t think about the water!

Silver
112
White
125
Green
161
Dark Grey
187
Black
223

Hole 9 Par 5 Handicap 13


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 530-yard par 5 is one of the most picturesque holes on the Ranch Course. The second shot is of primary importance. You must favor the right side of the fairway to avoid being blocked by the large oak tree greenside.

Silver
392
White
437
Green
480
Dark Grey
505
Black
530

Hole 10 Par 5 Handicap 18


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

Welcome to the back nine. Get your birdies early! This 505-yard par 5 is reachable if you hit two beauties. Otherwise, play the hole favoring the right side and avoid the green-side bunkers. You should have a birdie putt.

Silver
400
White
429
Green
441
Dark Grey
470
Black
495

Hole 11 Par 3 Handicap 16


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

A 153-yard par 3 that requires the right club selection. A pin placement on the right side of the green brings into play a very difficult green-side bunker.

Silver
107
White
118
Green
134
Dark Grey
142
Black
153

Hole 12 Par 4 Handicap 2


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

A very difficult 464-yard downhill par 4. The tee shot must favor the left side of the fairway to avoid a group of trees which protect the right side. The second shot is a long iron to a very well-bunkered green. Par is a good score.

Silver
312
White
319
Green
388
Dark Grey
435
Black
464

Hole 13 Par 4 Handicap 14


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

Don’t let this 307-yard par 4 lull you to sleep. A long iron favoring the left side will allow you to avoid the bunkers and water linking the right side of this picturesque hole. A short-iron approach to a sloping green should provide you a birdie putt. There will be as many bogies as birdies on this little hole.

Silver
247
White
254
Green
270
Dark Grey
286
Black
297

Hole 14 Par 4 Handicap 8


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

Pay attention to this 423-yard par 4 hole. Bunkers on both the right and left offer a very narrow landing area. A good drive should provide a mid-to-long iron approach to a well-protected green. Watch those pine trees right. Par should be attainable.

Silver
322
White
327
Green
368
Dark Grey
392
Black
413

Hole 15 Par 4 Handicap 12


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

Welcome to the first of our four great finishing holes. This 405-yard dogleg right is deceptively long. A good drive favoring the left side is required. The second shot to a large and tiered green is most important. Take a little more club and avoid the bunker left of the green. Par is a good score here.

Silver
299
White
325
Green
358
Dark Grey
373
Black
388

Hole 16 Par 5 Handicap 6


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

A true monster! This 594-yard par 5 snakes right, left and right again. Play your drive to the right side of the fairway to maximize your options. Option one: play to the right of the oaks and short of the waste area for a 160-yard approach shot. Option two: play left of the trees for a shorter and more direct approach to the green. Option two requires two very well-played shots. Option one requires three. Remember this green slopes away from the golfer.

Silver
484
White
484
Green
552
Dark Grey
572
Black
588

Hole 17 Par 3 Handicap 10


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This 248-yard par 3 will test your ability. Hit your 248-yard club and hit it straight. Left is well-protected by severe bunkers. Any shot right will require a creative chip under or over a magnificent oak. I told you to get your birdies early.

Silver
161
White
170
Green
200
Dark Grey
225
Black
248

Hole 18 Par 4 Handicap 4


A hole layout on the ranch course at black diamond ranch

Description

This is the longest 415-yard par 4 you will play. The tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway. A long iron to this multitiered green will require precision in yardage. A deep greenside bunker to the right should be avoided at all cost. Remember, the dead tree is your target. Anyone who finishes this back nine par-par-par will not only win their bets, but also deserves a medal.

Silver
273
White
276
Green
246
Dark Grey
268
Black
405
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