Course Rating / Slope / Yardage
Gold 72.2 /137/6618
A great opening hole that is fairly straight with bunkers lining the left side of the fairway. Generous, undulating fairway leads to a beautifully contoured green flanked by bentgrass aprons that will challenge your chip-and-run skills.
Long par 5, with bunkers lining the right side of the fairway and rough. If you stay left, you will be in great shape for a second shot as you lay up for your third shot, which for most players will be a modest carry to an island green.
A challenging par 3, hitting over a finger of the lake to a large green surrounded by undulating bentgrass aprons and bunkers.
Short par 4 that plays long when the wind is out of the southwest. No bunkers on this hole. Fairway is narrow but fair. Large grass valley on the right sets the hole up for a demanding tee shot. A shallow green protects par.
Hit from an elevated tee to a fairway that meanders left away from the lake. However, if you miss the fairway, two bunkers precede entrance to the lake…hence, ‘Double Jeopardy.’ Don’t get caught up in the beauty; this hole will eat you up if you don’t choose the right club for your approach to avoid a watery grave.
Long par 5 that doglegs left from the tee. If you are lucky, you’ll miss one of the 16 bunkers on the hole. The fairway narrows as you get closer to the green. Strategy is critical as every shot demands choices that challenge your skill and shot selection.
This hole is unique with an apple orchard in the left rough. The double-split fairway plays up to an elevated green surrounded by bunkers left of the green.
Short par 3, with deep bunkers chiseled left of the hole. Green slopes gently right to left, a good birdie opportunity.
Elevated tees play downhill to an undulating fairway. No fairway bunkers, but trees left and mounds of fescue right. Second shot is to a green elevated above a pond on the left side, with dramatic bunkers surrounding a gently sloping green.
A long, straight par 5 channels play through an oak grove to a carefully positioned green complex surrounded by bunkers left and right. Challenging but fun.
A spectacular par 4. The view and name says it all. A truly beautiful golf hole!
Driveable par 4, but logic must prevail. Best to position ball in fairway away from the massive beach bunker, then play a short iron to a very contoured green.
A challenging par 3, with a green guarded by McKenzie-style bunkers that are breathtaking and unforgettable.
Another beautiful par 4 that may lull you to forget the task at hand. The green is set amongst a grove of walnut trees.
Wow! Is perhaps not enthusiastic enough for this downhill par 5 that normally plays with the wind. The second or third shot is across a small pond to a shallow green fronted by a tall boulder wall. Good luck!
A short par 4 with trouble everywhere. Look for wildlife amidst the lush treescape of the McHenry County Conservancy Hit it straight and you will feel great.
A deep green, waterfall right, ponds front and behind. What more needs to be said?!
A dramatic finish through an alley of burr and white oaks. The longest par 4 on the course requires a demanding, well-positioned tee shot, followed by an approach shot with a bunker left and water right. Par here and proceed to the clubhouse for your just reward on the 19th hole!