4 Seasons Country Club
|Blue (W)||67||5127 yards||70.8||135|
|White (W)||67||4668 yards||68.2||128|
|Yellow (W)||67||4300 yards||66.3||121|
|Blue M: 63.8/115 W: 67.5/118||330||320||200||308||373||340||285||280||225||2661||285||140||430||501||155||290||175||170||320||2466||5127|
|White M: 60.4/112 W: 65.2/116||310||288||160||284||348||327||270||260||195||2442||270||120||380||471||140||260||155||150||280||2226||4668|
|Yellow M: 58.3/109 W: 62.3/114||284||270||140||274||333||313||260||231||185||2290||240||106||330||430||140||212||140||142||270||2010||4300|
Relatively challenging layout; good conditions for late in the season
Considering we played in mid-November, the course condition was fairly good, although some aeration on the fairways, slowness and unevenness of the green was expected but still acceptable.
We walked on the course with practically no one behind or ahead of us for at least 3 holes, except for the occasional 5-somes / 6-somes that we noticed out playing - considering we're playing this late in the season. Regardless, the atmosphere was very casual and did not impact our two-some's pace whatsoever.
The course is not long by any measure, but nonetheless relatively challenging due to the - at times - very narrow landing areas and/or forced carries, and large elevation changes. All of which made for an interesting round.
I particularly liked the 5th hole 373 par 4 dogleg-left which required a long and extra-precise tee-shot between tree-lined fairway over a ravine in order to have a chance to get home in two (no shortcut unless you can carry 220 over very tall pine trees) . Second shot is a mid-long iron to a fairly elevated, severely sloped back-to-front green.
I'll be playing this again.