Fang, Mark how'd it go?
I played a HORRIBLE front 9 (43) but then tidied it up and shot even on the back. The first 6 holes at my home course will straight up kick your ass if you aren't on your game from the start. This was evident today when I went +5 through 6 holes.
Here are a few pics from today: Course plays 7150 from the tips with a 75.3 course rating and 138 slope.
Hole 4 from the left rough. Short, slight dogleg right par 4 to a elevated sloping green.
Hole #4 green. They had the flag in a pretty mean location today way up on the back right shelf only about 12 feet of green to work with up there. You can see where my second shot ended up. Chipped it over the green from there and ended up making double
You can also see the par 5 8th on the left side. It's a long dogleg left with water on the left and lined with bunkers. Fun hole
This is 15. Dogleg left par 4. Green is protected behind the thick tree group on the left. Tee shot is pretty open, but left is definitely better for your second shot.
It's a fun course. Was voted #10 in the state a few years back. The front 9 is more difficult with a lot of elevation changes winding through the hills. It's nice and serene though, you can't hear any street traffic on the front. The back winds through a neighborhood.Edited by Pilot - 9/17/12 at 5:50pm