Course Info  
• Hole 1 Par 4 Handicap Scale 7
Blue 409 Yards
Yellow 379 Yards
White 354 Yards
Red 310 Yards
The opening hole at Palm Hills is a dogleg right with a wide fairway a drive must favor the left side of fairway to have a clear approach to the green and to avoid right side fairway bunkers. A slide down line for the approach shot makes club selection crucial for a good birdie opportunity.
   
• Hole 2 Par 5 Handicap Scale 15
Blue 508 Yards
Yellow 459 Yards
White 438 Yards
Red 408 Yards
Opportunity for an eagle. The ponds in front of the tee and both side of the fairway make the drive difficult for most players. A big drive down the middle will allow for the chance of reaching the green in two with an iron.
   
• Hole 3 Par 3 Handicap Scale 5
Blue 198 Yards
Yellow 178 Yards
White 162 Yards
Red 130 Yards
As the longest par 3 on the course, this 3rd hole requires a strong tee shot to reach the green. Large bunkers in front of the green can be a big problem for players who hit the ball shot. Make sure you use enough clubs.
   
• Hole 4 Par 4 Handicap Scale 3
Blue 406 Yards
Yellow 379 Yards
White 364 Yards
Red 323 Yards
A fading tee shot will place the ball in a good view for approaching the putting green but cutting the right corner will leave you a wedge-shot. If you choose to cut the corner, make sure you can carry the massive right fairway bunker.
   
• Hole 5 Par 4 Handicap Scale 9
Blue 369 Yards
Yellow 346 Yards
White 326 Yards
Red 275 Yards
Position is the key on this fifth. The fairway and green is slope from left to right. The bigger drive can carry trees on the left but the route is risky. Keeping right from those trees is a good idea but a big bunker on the right await.
   
• Hole 6 Par 4 Handicap Scale 11
Blue 367 Yards
Yellow 363 Yards
White 337 Yards
Red 320 Yards
Another short par 4, most of the problems begin after the approaching shot. The tricky sloping green from left to right is tough to putt. The left green side bunker is the last place you want to go.
   
• Hole 7 Par 5 Handicap Scale 17
Blue 554 Yards
Yellow 509 Yards
White 492 Yards
Red 439 Yards
This hole, bunkers come into play on both drive and the second. The drive needs to be placed down the middle, avoiding the bunkers along both side of fairway. The second shot is played to the left side of the big tree next to a bunker. The green is well guarded by bunkers.
   
• Hole 8 Par 3 Handicap Scale 15
Blue 177 Yards
Yellow 142 Yards
White 129 Yards
Red 110 Yards
A beautiful but difficult hole. This par 3 is usually into the wind. Club selection can be problem when the wind is blowing. To avoid bunkers and water on the left, playing to the right of the green maybe a good option.
   
• Hole 9 Par 4 Handicap Scale 1
Blue 407 Yards
Yellow 382 Yards
White 363 Yards
Red 314 Yards
As on of the trickiest green on the course make this 9th hole the most difficult finishing hole on the course. Both fairway and green slope from right to left. When the flagstick is placed at the back of the green, this hole becomes a monster. Keep approach shot short of the hole for best putt. Donít be too aggressive!
   
• Hole 10 Par 4 Handicap Scale 2
Blue 432 Yards
Yellow 406 Yards
White 382 Yards
Red 365 Yards
A tough hole to start out the backside. This 10th hole requires an accurate tee shot to find the short grass of the fairway. The dogleg right is usually played into the wide. Out-of-bounds along the right side of the fairway makes cutting the right corner option very risky.
   
• Hole 11 Par 3 Handicap Scale 16
Blue 160 Yards
Yellow 139 Yards
White 139 Yards
Red 127 Yards
The eleventh is picturesque par 3 that is tougher than it look. Usually into the wind combined with large three bunkers around the green, proper club selection is required. The undulating green requires confident putting.
   
• Hole 12 Par 5 Handicap Scale 12
Blue 551 Yards
Yellow 525 Yards
White 507 Yards
Red 438 Yards
This hole can be tough again the wind. A sharp dogleg right. A large bunker lies on the inside corner and out-of-bounds line on the right site restricting players from cutting the corner. The second, safer, is played below the left bunker. Approaching to the long putting green slope from right to left. Players should play to the right of the green and let the slope sweeps off to the hole.
   
• Hole 13 Par 4 Handicap Scale 14
Blue 390 Yards
Yellow 356 Yards
White 356 Yards
Red 309 Yards
The slight dogleg left fairway. Players will be cautious on those tee shots to prevent from bounding into the pond in the fairway. The position is the key here.
   
• Hole 14 Par 4 Handicap Scale 8
Blue 382 Yards
Yellow 338 Yards
White 338 Yards
Red 295 Yards
Not long however the slight dogleg left with water and fairway bunker adds the difficulty. The drive should be aware of water in the middle of the fairway and the right bunker. To go over the water by the first shot is risky.
   
• Hole 15 Par 3 Handicap Scale 18
Blue 173 Yards
Yellow 149 Yards
White 149 Yards
Red 128 Yards
Described as the easiest hole on the course. Accurate yardage is required for birdies.
   
• Hole 16 Par 5 Handicap Scale 10
Blue 571 Yards
Yellow 550 Yards
White 530 Yards
Red 511 Yards
The left side of the fairway is favored to keep away from bunkers and trees. With an out-of-bounds paralleling the entire left side of the fairway, the players must hit a good drive to a landing area which has fairway bunkers on both left and right. The second is still a blind shot, aim to the left side of a high flag post indicating the green. Only one bunker at the right of the green. For very long and narrow green, approaching shot accurate yardage is needed for birdies opportunity.
   
• Hole 17 Par 4 Handicap Scale 4
Blue 420 Yards
Yellow 390 Yards
White 390 Yards
Red 352 Yards
Out-of-bounds on the both left and right side along the fairway but the fairway is very wide. A big tree in the middle of landing area, players must choose left or right route to get home. Placement off the tee is key.
   
• Hole 18 Par 4 Handicap Scale 6
Blue 418 Yards
Yellow 383 Yards
White 383 Yards
Red 340 Yards
Straight away uphill finishing hole. The second shot is required an accurate club selection to the large elevated green. Two bunkers on both left and right of the green can make some problems.

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