The Quarry A par 5 dog leg to the right. Avoid the fairway bunker with the tee shot. With a long drive, this green can be reached in two. The entry point to the green is from the left side. The second shot for the shorter ball hitter needs to be left to avoid the large…
Maliseet Gulch This downhill par 3 plays a club less than the number. The creek 30 yards short should not be in play.
Micmac Plain Longer hitters are forced to hit less than a driver off this tee. This dog-leg right is best played from the left side. Second shot is up hill and the huge bunkers left and right must be avoided. Get below the hole here as this 2-tiered green can be treacherous.
Hep Girdle Hole 5 – this is the toughest par 3 in Fredericton and possibly the province and it plays all of its yardage. Avoid the right side as everything slopes severely from right to left. With a lateral on the right and out-of-bounds on the left and behind the green, a tee shot centre…
Pine Needle Cute little downhill shot to a tiny green with tons of slope. A miss on the right-hand side means bogey. The right trap is jail as the ball will be running away. Perhaps one less club is the play here. Short is good.
Nachouac This par 4 rewards a long, accurate tee shot. The huge two-tiered green is best approached from the middle. The safe play involves an accurate tee shot to the front of the creek, thus allowing a chance to reach the green in two. A ditch bisects this challenging par 4 (5 for ladies). Long…
The Neuk The object here is to keep the ball between the trees on hole 2. Second shot will play a club or two longer due to the incline to the green. Up and down is doable from the left side, but the large bunker on the right must be avoided. The green is extremely…
Magnetic Hollow On hole 1, there is lots happening on this feisty opening hole. Even long hitters give up yardage and choose left or left centre here. Balls hit in the middle or to the right tumble down to the right rough and the second shot is facing a huge bunker guarding the centre and…