Hole 1

Hole: 1

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   350 4 9
Forrester   350 4 9
Member   367 4 9
Banks   375 4 9
Tournament   384 4 9

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Preparatory is a forgiving driving hole, allowing the player the chance to warm up. Preparatory was the name given to many opening holes on the historic courses of Scotland.
 
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Hole 1

Hole 2

Hole: 2

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   386 4 7
Forrester   386 4 7
Member   398 4 7
Banks   420 4 7
Tournament   420 4 7

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The Narrows is a straightaway par four, the Narrows is named after the 15th hole at C.B. McDonald's National Golf Links. Here the fairway trap on the left and the trees on the right make for a tight narrow driving hole.
 
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Hole 2

Hole 3

Hole: 3

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   169 3 15
Forrester   169 3 15
Member   182 3 15
Banks   194 3 15
Tournament   216 3 15

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This Eden is named after the 11th hole at St. Andrews, Eden is a demanding par three with two large, deep bunkers - the Strath on the right and the Shelley on the left. The healthy ridge in the middle of the green presents a putting challenge.
 
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Hole 3

Hole 4

Hole: 4

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   317 4 13
Forrester   317 4 13
Member   332 4 13
Banks   347 4 13
Tournament   347 4 13

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This Hog's Back is a well-placed drive can bound down the hill, making Hog's back a drive-and-pitch hole. Once on the green with a putter in hand, the player will know why it is called Hog's Back.
 
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Hole 4

Hole 5

Hole: 5

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   348 4 3
Forrester   348 4 3
Member   403 4 3
Banks   417 4 3
Tournament   417 4 3

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Punchbowl is a copy of the 9th hole at Hoylake in England, the Punchbowl is a fixture on many courses by McDonald, Raynor, and Banks. At one point, the green was considered the largest putting surface in the United States.
 
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Hole 5

Hole 6

Hole: 6

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   317 4 11
Forrester   329 4 11
Member   334 4 11
Banks   350 4 11
Tournament   350 4 11

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The Knoll's green is partially hidden by a grass-and-sand knoll, making for a partially blind second shot if the pin is tucked left. Blind and partially blind holes are common on the historic courses in Scotland.
 
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Hole 6

Hole 7

Hole: 7

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   165 3 17
Forrester   172 3 17
Member   179 3 17
Banks   187 3 17
Tournament   217 3 17

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Redan named after the Turkish fortification at Gallipoli during the Crimean War, the original Redan is the 15th hole at North Berwick in Scotland. The hole honestly lives up to it's name.
 
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Hole 7

Hole 8

Hole: 8

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   468 5 1
Forrester   525 5 1
Member   551 5 1
Banks   570 5 1
Tournament   603 5 1

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Long even without the prevailing wind in your face, this three-shot par five is well named. Its namesake is the 14th hole on the Old Course at St. Andrews. The long hole boasts the most severe terrace on the Banks Course.
 
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Hole 8

Hole 9

Hole: 9

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   405 5 5
Forrester   491 5 5
Member   501 5 5
Banks   519 5 5
Tournament   529 5 5

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Plateau is a rolling par 5 features two plateaus; one in the fairway and one at the green. There are two characteristically large, deep bunkers guarding this green.
 
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Hole 9

Hole 10

Hole: 10

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   394 4 4
Forrester   394 4 4
Member   408 4 4
Banks   416 4 4
Tournament   416 4 4

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Valley is named after the opening hole at the National Golf Links and the 2nd hole at Carnoustie in Scotland, this hole is protected by some fine cross bunkers characteristic of Scottish fairway traps. The green is perched on a severe shelf, falling off to the right.
 
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Hole 10

Hole 11

Hole: 11

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   267 4 12
Forrester   349 4 12
Member   349 4 12
Banks   369 4 12
Tournament   373 4 12

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Steamshovel Charles Banks had a nickname, "Steamshovel," a reference to his favorite architectural tool. This hole exhibits the severe traps and trapfaces that result from the "steamshovel" technique.
 
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Hole 11

Hole 12

Hole: 12

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   133 3 18
Forrester   140 3 18
Member   140 3 18
Banks   140 3 18
Tournament   163 3 18

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This Horseshoe completely surrounded by bunkers, this par three is a copy of many elevated short holes in Scotland. "Buried elephants" is one way to describe the horseshoe-shaped undulation.
 
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Hole 12

Hole 13

Hole: 13

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   462 5 2
Forrester   519 5 2
Member   519 5 2
Banks   529 5 2
Tournament   549 5 2

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South Wind is a long, uphill par five that plays even longer into the South Wind. The less common north wind gives the longer hitter the opportunity to reach the green with two well-struck shots.
 
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Hole 13

Hole 14

Hole: 14

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   325 4 10
Forrester   392 4 10
Member   396 4 10
Banks   434 4 10
Tournament   437 4 10

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North Wind is a straightaway four par with a welcoming wide fairway. Although the green has no severe contours characteristic of Banks, there is still enough slope from left to right to make an accurate approach a necessity.
 
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Hole 14

Hole 15

Hole: 15

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   313 4 14
Forrester   318 4 14
Member   318 4 14
Banks   328 4 14
Tournament   330 4 14

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The Chocolate Drop surrounded by sand in the left rough is a common feature on early Scottish courses. The chocolate drop was often used as a directional marker on the blind driving holes.
 
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Hole 15

Hole 16

Hole: 16

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   340 4 8
Forrester   384 4 8
Member   388 4 8
Banks   402 4 8
Tournament   404 4 8

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North Berwick named for the 16th hole at North Berwick, Scotland, the green on this par four has three tiers that encourage some nasty pin placements. C.B. McDonald also copied this green at his 11th hole at the National.
 
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Hole 16

Hole 17

Hole: 17

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   150 3 16
Forrester   150 3 16
Member   201 3 16
Banks   235 3 16
Tournament   239 3 16

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Biarritz is a long par three is patterned after a par three at Biarritz in France with a long, narrow green divided into distinct levels by a deep swale. Willie Dunn, the Scottish pro, designed Biarritz and was brought to America to layout the original course at Shinnecock on Long Island.
 
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Hole 17

Hole 18

Hole: 18

Tees   Yardage Par H/C
Club   369 4 6
Forrester   369 4 6
Member   398 4 6
Banks   445 4 6
Tournament   450 4 6

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Purgatory the home hole is a devilish par four with a steep pitched green. The right front trap, one of the deepest on the Banks Course, is aptly named the Purgatory Bunker.
 
 

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Hole 18