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The first 9 holes in are not holes 1-9, as you can see. And this map is still in rough draft form. (It's drawn by Craig Prime.) Until the other 9 get in, locals and visitors will play 1-3, 7-9, and 16-18.
Holes 1-3 are in and around very tall, mature pines that were planted in rows. They have no branches or dead branches on the bottom lengths. As you might guess, these are precision shot holes with some element of luck. It's very pretty in there. Hole 3 is a 190' ace run, but it's a very, very right tunnel.
Hole 7 starts off 60-80' in a woods tunnel and throws out over an open area for another 220' or so before heading back into a fairly open wooded area, then turning left. It's a definite par 4; distance is 540'.
Hole 8 is another shorty - 190' - *if* you throw anyzer, lefty, or forehand out over the Pinconning River between two large trees right off the tee. Otherwise, it's a wide hyzer (RHBH) circle without an opportunity for a 2.
Hole 9 is a 230' ace run opportunity from the woods into the open, with a nice route for everyone.
Hole 16 is a slightly uphill woods tunnel then out into the open and very straight.
Hole 17 is a 210' carry over the marina for an easy 2, or a bailout to the left for a 3 that will still bring water into play on your second shot.
I've described Hole 18 in detail with a photo from its tee. It's a 520' dogleg left with a choice to throw out over the river for a good set-up for a second drive, or to come over land through lots of trees.
When the entire 18 holes are in, this will be a very welcoming course in that you will cross by the front door to the Blizzard Hills bar several times during play!