Hole #1 Par 4

Hawk
392 Yards
Mallard
338 Yards
Osprey
329 Yards
Egret
312 Yards
Finch
257 Yards
Heron
Yards

A wide landing area for the tee shot, the approach to this narrow green can be visually intimidating with dunes on the left and right, short of the green. There is little room for error with the approach, as bunkers left and right are hidden by the dunes and approach shots hit too aggressively and going long will leave the player with pitch steeply back to a green that runs away from the player from this angle.

Hole #2 Par 5

Hawk
498 Yards
Mallard
490 Yards
Osprey
473 Yards
Egret
448 Yards
Finch
396 Yards
Heron
Yards

The key to the par 5 second is strategizing how you will play the hole before you strike your tee shot. Doglegging sharply to the right after the drive, it’s important to place your tee shot beyond the trees on the right for an open second. The right corner can be cut, but with a pond guarding the green on the right, it’s a three shot hole for even the most seasoned player and the risk may not be worth the reward. Approaching the green is key, as anything short of the tier running through the front 1/3 of the green will trickle down the slope, leaving a long putt up a steep slope.

Hole #3 Par 4

Hawk
407 Yards
Mallard
375 Yards
Osprey
366 Yards
Egret
356 Yards
Finch
339 Yards
Heron
Yards

This beautiful par 4 can help you off the tee if one can reach the downward slope in the fairway sloping right to left. However, short of the slope leaves a level stance to a green with precarious bunkers on the left and right.

Hole #4 Par 4

Hawk
398 Yards
Mallard
361 Yards
Osprey
351 Yards
Egret
336 Yards
Finch
324 Yards
Heron
Yards

From the tee you’ll see the crooked oak on the left side of the fairway, after which the course is named. Many will be tempted to carry the oak, but with an exceptionally wide fairway, this dogleg left par 4 is more about the right club selection for the second shot. Choose carefully, as the green is narrow and the shot is half a club longer than the yardage indicates and, during many times of year, is blind, hidden by cattails in the marsh short of the green.

Hole #5 Par 3

Hawk
173 Yards
Mallard
157 Yards
Osprey
139 Yards
Egret
126 Yards
Finch
112 Yards
Heron
Yards

The first par 3 of the day is the most forgiving of the four par 3’s on the course. A mid iron, for many, to a large green is a great opportunity for a “3” on the scorecard.

Hole #6 Par 5

Hawk
544 Yards
Mallard
520 Yards
Osprey
492 Yards
Egret
464 Yards
Finch
432 Yards
Heron
Yards

A well-positioned second shot on this par 5 can set up a short iron or wedge to a diagonally positioned green well-guarded by bunkers on the left. The green is long, but runs away from the player on back pin placements.

Hole #7 Par 4

Hawk
426 Yards
Mallard
400 Yards
Osprey
338 Yards
Egret
373 Yards
Finch
335 Yards
Heron
Yards

This demanding par 4 is a challenge for all players, but keeping the ball on the right for the entire length of the hole is important. With a fairway bunker left of the fairway and greenside bunker just short of the green and on the left should cause one to err a little right. The best approach will be a draw into a green that slopes back to front, but feeds to the left and right from the middle.

Hole #8 Par 4

Hawk
375 Yards
Mallard
355 Yards
Osprey
336 Yards
Egret
312 Yards
Finch
303 Yards
Heron
Yards

This short par 4 is best played down the right center from the tee, as the right to left sloping fairway will ideally feed your ball to the left side, giving you a relatively level stance to a green guarded by a pond and small bunker on the left.

Hole #9 Par 3

Hawk
198 Yards
Mallard
172 Yards
Osprey
158 Yards
Egret
140 Yards
Finch
117 Yards
Heron
Yards

The ninth is when the winds you’ve been playing for eight holes begin to change, as you make the turn to head back towards the Island House. A wide, but shallow green awaits, but play the prevailing winds carefully, as the tall pines that line the left and right can hide the winds high above.

Hole #10 Par 4

Hawk
410 Yards
Mallard
396 Yards
Osprey
370 Yards
Egret
343 Yards
Finch
309 Yards
Heron
Yards

A long par 4 with a pond guarding the front of the green, a layup second shot is nothing to be ashamed of, as an approach slightly miss-hit will find the water, running very close to the edge of the green. For those wanting a green-in-regulation, long is a good miss which still may find the putting surface on this large green.

Hole #11 Par 5

Hawk
504 Yards
Mallard
482 Yards
Osprey
463 Yards
Egret
443 Yards
Finch
402 Yards
Heron
Yards

This enjoyable par 5 is best played from a tee shot on the right side of the fairway. Tee shots on the left will find a challenging second shot with scattered palmettos left and little fairway to work with on the right. A front pin location gives you a back stop on the approach, but a back pin placement puts club selection and touch at a premium, as anything hit in the middle may funnel backwards to the front of the green leaving a long, uphill putt.

Hole #12 Par 4

Hawk
393 Yards
Mallard
358 Yards
Osprey
345 Yards
Egret
323 Yards
Finch
284 Yards
Heron
Yards

A soft dogleg left, the twelfth is made for the player with a draw off the tee and with the approach to a deep green. A front or back pin placement could dramatically affect club selection.

Hole #13 Par 3

Hawk
182 Yards
Mallard
165 Yards
Osprey
141 Yards
Egret
127 Yards
Finch
114 Yards
Heron
Yards

The challenge with this par 3 is evident with water running down the entire left side of the hole and a bunker awaiting shots that bail out to the right. A wide green with back to front slope is receptive to mid irons, long irons and rescue clubs, but will leave a difficult birdie putt if hit above the hole.

Hole #14 Par 4

Hawk
389 Yards
Mallard
356 Yards
Osprey
340 Yards
Egret
298 Yards
Finch
282 Yards
Heron
Yards

Keeping the ball center right and carrying the ancient sand dunes, now covered by fairway, on the tee shot will leave the player with a mid to short iron approach to a deep green, positioned diagonally right to left. Erring left off the tee makes the approach extremely difficult, as the left bunker and live oak will enter into the equation.

Hole #15 Par 5

Hawk
506 Yards
Mallard
486 Yards
Osprey
456 Yards
Egret
442 Yards
Finch
421 Yards
Heron
Yards

With a tee shot framed by trees down the left and right, this par 5 is a good test of the third shot, as the green is guarded by deep bunkers short-right and long-left.

Hole #16 Par 3

Hawk
162 Yards
Mallard
148 Yards
Osprey
132 Yards
Egret
123 Yards
Finch
101 Yards
Heron
Yards

This beautiful par 3 is deceptive, with a false front and steep slope short of the green resulting in a healthy pitch as a second shot, even if the tee shot hits green. Not particularly long with not too much trouble to cloud the mind of the player, the large, sloping green is clearly the challenge.

Hole #17 Par 4

Hawk
402 Yards
Mallard
382 Yards
Osprey
364 Yards
Egret
354 Yards
Finch
314 Yards
Heron
Yards

Most tee shots will come to rest short of the bunker that splits the fairway of this long par 4. Approach shots can be flown or rolled to the green, which makes the length of this manageable for all skill levels.

Hole #18 Par 4

Hawk
421 Yards
Mallard
400 Yards
Osprey
378 Yards
Egret
354 Yards
Finch
295 Yards
Heron
Yards

The closing hole with a backdrop of the Island House, is where matches can be won or lost very easily. The tee shot is blind, though straight forward. The second shot is not blind, though you may wish it to be as the water wrapping around three sides of the green make for an intimidating approach with a long iron or rescue club for many players. There is bail out room to the left, though many moguls are there to test even the best short game, but this angle will position the water directly in front of the player, to test the best mental game as well.

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Hole Numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Totals
Hawk 392 498 407 398 173 544 426 375 198 410 504 393 182 389 506 162 402 421 6780
Mallard 338 490 375 361 157 520 400 355 172 396 482 358 165 356 486 148 382 400 6341
Osprey 329 473 366 351 139 492 338 336 158 370 463 345 141 340 456 132 364 378 6021
Egret 312 448 356 336 126 464 373 312 140 343 443 323 127 298 442 123 354 354 5674
Finch 257 396 339 324 112 432 335 303 117 309 402 284 114 282 421 101 314 295 5137
Heron
Par 4 5 4 4 3 5 4 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 72

Hole #1 Par 4

Hawk
392 Yards
Mallard
338 Yards
Osprey
329 Yards
Egret
312 Yards
Finch
257 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

A wide landing area for the tee shot, the approach to this narrow green can be visually intimidating with dunes on the left and right, short of the green. There is little room for error with the approach, as bunkers left and right are hidden by the dunes and approach shots hit too aggressively and going long will leave the player with pitch steeply back to a green that runs away from the player from this angle.

Hole #2 Par 5

Hawk
498 Yards
Mallard
490 Yards
Osprey
473 Yards
Egret
448 Yards
Finch
396 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

The key to the par 5 second is strategizing how you will play the hole before you strike your tee shot. Doglegging sharply to the right after the drive, it’s important to place your tee shot beyond the trees on the right for an open second. The right corner can be cut, but with a pond guarding the green on the right, it’s a three shot hole for even the most seasoned player and the risk may not be worth the reward. Approaching the green is key, as anything short of the tier running through the front 1/3 of the green will trickle down the slope, leaving a long putt up a steep slope.

Hole #3 Par 4

Hawk
407 Yards
Mallard
375 Yards
Osprey
366 Yards
Egret
356 Yards
Finch
339 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

This beautiful par 4 can help you off the tee if one can reach the downward slope in the fairway sloping right to left. However, short of the slope leaves a level stance to a green with precarious bunkers on the left and right.

Hole #4 Par 4

Hawk
398 Yards
Mallard
361 Yards
Osprey
351 Yards
Egret
336 Yards
Finch
324 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

From the tee you’ll see the crooked oak on the left side of the fairway, after which the course is named. Many will be tempted to carry the oak, but with an exceptionally wide fairway, this dogleg left par 4 is more about the right club selection for the second shot. Choose carefully, as the green is narrow and the shot is half a club longer than the yardage indicates and, during many times of year, is blind, hidden by cattails in the marsh short of the green.

Hole #5 Par 3

Hawk
173 Yards
Mallard
157 Yards
Osprey
139 Yards
Egret
126 Yards
Finch
112 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

The first par 3 of the day is the most forgiving of the four par 3’s on the course. A mid iron, for many, to a large green is a great opportunity for a “3” on the scorecard.

Hole #6 Par 5

Hawk
544 Yards
Mallard
520 Yards
Osprey
492 Yards
Egret
464 Yards
Finch
432 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

A well-positioned second shot on this par 5 can set up a short iron or wedge to a diagonally positioned green well-guarded by bunkers on the left. The green is long, but runs away from the player on back pin placements.

Hole #7 Par 4

Hawk
426 Yards
Mallard
400 Yards
Osprey
338 Yards
Egret
373 Yards
Finch
335 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

This demanding par 4 is a challenge for all players, but keeping the ball on the right for the entire length of the hole is important. With a fairway bunker left of the fairway and greenside bunker just short of the green and on the left should cause one to err a little right. The best approach will be a draw into a green that slopes back to front, but feeds to the left and right from the middle.

Hole #8 Par 4

Hawk
375 Yards
Mallard
355 Yards
Osprey
336 Yards
Egret
312 Yards
Finch
303 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

This short par 4 is best played down the right center from the tee, as the right to left sloping fairway will ideally feed your ball to the left side, giving you a relatively level stance to a green guarded by a pond and small bunker on the left.

Hole #9 Par 3

Hawk
198 Yards
Mallard
172 Yards
Osprey
158 Yards
Egret
140 Yards
Finch
117 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

The ninth is when the winds you’ve been playing for eight holes begin to change, as you make the turn to head back towards the Island House. A wide, but shallow green awaits, but play the prevailing winds carefully, as the tall pines that line the left and right can hide the winds high above.

Hole #10 Par 4

Hawk
410 Yards
Mallard
396 Yards
Osprey
370 Yards
Egret
343 Yards
Finch
309 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

A long par 4 with a pond guarding the front of the green, a layup second shot is nothing to be ashamed of, as an approach slightly miss-hit will find the water, running very close to the edge of the green. For those wanting a green-in-regulation, long is a good miss which still may find the putting surface on this large green.

Hole #11 Par 5

Hawk
504 Yards
Mallard
482 Yards
Osprey
463 Yards
Egret
443 Yards
Finch
402 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

This enjoyable par 5 is best played from a tee shot on the right side of the fairway. Tee shots on the left will find a challenging second shot with scattered palmettos left and little fairway to work with on the right. A front pin location gives you a back stop on the approach, but a back pin placement puts club selection and touch at a premium, as anything hit in the middle may funnel backwards to the front of the green leaving a long, uphill putt.

Hole #12 Par 4

Hawk
393 Yards
Mallard
358 Yards
Osprey
345 Yards
Egret
323 Yards
Finch
284 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

A soft dogleg left, the twelfth is made for the player with a draw off the tee and with the approach to a deep green. A front or back pin placement could dramatically affect club selection.

Hole #13 Par 3

Hawk
182 Yards
Mallard
165 Yards
Osprey
141 Yards
Egret
127 Yards
Finch
114 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

The challenge with this par 3 is evident with water running down the entire left side of the hole and a bunker awaiting shots that bail out to the right. A wide green with back to front slope is receptive to mid irons, long irons and rescue clubs, but will leave a difficult birdie putt if hit above the hole.

Hole #14 Par 4

Hawk
389 Yards
Mallard
356 Yards
Osprey
340 Yards
Egret
298 Yards
Finch
282 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

Keeping the ball center right and carrying the ancient sand dunes, now covered by fairway, on the tee shot will leave the player with a mid to short iron approach to a deep green, positioned diagonally right to left. Erring left off the tee makes the approach extremely difficult, as the left bunker and live oak will enter into the equation.

Hole #15 Par 5

Hawk
506 Yards
Mallard
486 Yards
Osprey
456 Yards
Egret
442 Yards
Finch
421 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

With a tee shot framed by trees down the left and right, this par 5 is a good test of the third shot, as the green is guarded by deep bunkers short-right and long-left.

Hole #16 Par 3

Hawk
162 Yards
Mallard
148 Yards
Osprey
132 Yards
Egret
123 Yards
Finch
101 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

This beautiful par 3 is deceptive, with a false front and steep slope short of the green resulting in a healthy pitch as a second shot, even if the tee shot hits green. Not particularly long with not too much trouble to cloud the mind of the player, the large, sloping green is clearly the challenge.

Hole #17 Par 4

Hawk
402 Yards
Mallard
382 Yards
Osprey
364 Yards
Egret
354 Yards
Finch
314 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

Most tee shots will come to rest short of the bunker that splits the fairway of this long par 4. Approach shots can be flown or rolled to the green, which makes the length of this manageable for all skill levels.

Hole #18 Par 4

Hawk
421 Yards
Mallard
400 Yards
Osprey
378 Yards
Egret
354 Yards
Finch
295 Yards
Heron
Yards

Fly over this hole.

The closing hole with a backdrop of the Island House, is where matches can be won or lost very easily. The tee shot is blind, though straight forward. The second shot is not blind, though you may wish it to be as the water wrapping around three sides of the green make for an intimidating approach with a long iron or rescue club for many players. There is bail out room to the left, though many moguls are there to test even the best short game, but this angle will position the water directly in front of the player, to test the best mental game as well.