The Course

World Class Golfing

World-Class Golfing: Scenic, challenging – thoroughly enjoyable. Pheasantback offers golfers of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to practice, improve their craft, or just enjoy. Each hole is unique with its own set of challenges with impeccable greens and incredible views.   

The Front 9

Hole 1

Hole 1.

Blue

349

White

327

Red

320

Yellow

198

Handicap

5

Par

4

The opening hole has a dogleg left. A Tee shot over the water, placed close to the 150-marker, will provide the best view of the green for your second shot. A bunker protects the green on the left side. Green is shared with hole 7.

Hole 2

Hole 2.

Blue

369

White

333

Red

270

Yellow

270

Handicap

1

Par

4

If you’re up for a challenge, this is a great hole! Your optimum tee shot is to keep left of the fairway. The green is a slight dogleg left and protected by water in the front. Focus, take your shot and celebrate!

Hole 3

Hole 3.

Blue

500

White

480

Red

398

Yellow

398

Handicap

3

Par

5

Grip it and rip it. For this hole, the ideal tee shot is placed at the top of the hill. There is a narrow opening on the tee shot that gradually opens towards the green. A bunker protects the left side of the green.

Hole 4

Hole 4.

Blue

175

White

146

Red

114

Yellow

114

Handicap

13

Par

3

Your tee shot is crucial if you want a good birdie opportunity on this hole. Be sure you have “enough” club to clear the bunkers protecting the front of the large green. Success on this hole will take focus and follow through.

Hole 5

Hole 5.

Blue

410

White

398

Red

372

Yellow

276

Handicap

7

Par

4

You will enjoy a stunning prairie view on this hole as it borders the outskirts of our property. Most of this hole slopes to the left with bunkers along the right side of the fairway. Enjoy the sunset as you approach the elevated green.

Hole 6

Hole06

Blue

509

White

479

Red

429

Yellow

429

Handicap

39

Par

5

Decisions. Decisions. Carry the environmental area or play it safe and aim slightly right? The fairway narrows mid-way with a water hazard on the left.  Bunkers protect the right side of the elevated green. Avoid the left backside of the green as it slopes drastically.

Hole 7

Hole 7.

Blue

336

White

310

Red

217

Yellow

217

Handicap

11

Par

4

The risk and reward factor of “going for the green” will need to be weighed carefully. Water to the left and a hill on the right makes for a narrow approach to the green. Bunkers surround the green on the right – shared with hole number one.

Hole 8

Hole 8.

Blue

154

White

130

Red

104

Yellow

104

Handicap

`5

Par

2

This hole has the potential to yield lots of birdies. Need a little advice? A straight, accurate tee shot should set you up nicely. This hole features bunkers to the back of the green and water to the left and right.

Hole 9

Hole 9

Blue

343

White

310

Red

291

Yellow

291

Handicap

17

Par

4

This hole features a dogleg right to an elevated green. Bunkers are protecting the right side of the green. Your best bet is to stay left of the green on your approach, so that you don’t have to carry the bunker.

The Back 9

Hole 10

Hole 10

Blue

328

White

279

Red

200

Yellow

200

Handicap

6

Par

4

The back nine begins with an accurate tee shot over the water. The elevated green is protected by a bunker to the left. Be careful of a front pin placement as this green slopes toward the bunker. Watch for our family of foxes on this hole.

Hole 11

Hole 11

Blue

194

White

172

Red

139

Yellow

139

Handicap

12

Par

3

Patience, focus and a keen eye are needed for this hole. This hole offers plenty of opportunity for a low score. Take your time. A straight, accurate tee shot will keep you away from the bunker protecting the left of the green.

Hole 12

Hole 12

Blue

530

White

476

Red

454

Yellow

454

Handicap

4

Par

5

Bombs away with your tee shot. Favour the left side of the fairway on this shot as it slopes towards the water at the bottom of the hill. You don’t want to end up in the drink. Bunkers protect the front and the back of this green.

Hole 13

Hole 13.

Blue

154

White

144

Red

87

Yellow

87

Handicap

14

Par

3

 This hole has no room for error. Pay special attention as water protects the front of the green with two bunkers on the back. Focus and careful contemplation will deliver the results you desire. A real test of your skill level and determination.

Hole 14

Hole 14.

Blue

330

White

320

Red

236

Yellow

236

Handicap

18

Par

4

This hole is certain to test your skill level. Your optimum tee shot would be towards the left of the fairway as it slopes towards the hidden water at the bottom of the hill. A steep sidehill is towards the left of the green.

Hole 15

Hole 15.

Blue

162

White

122

Red

80

Yellow

80

Handicap

16

Par

3

This is an imposing green. In fact, it’s the one of the largest greens on the course. Accuracy is key for a successful outcome. Here’s a quick tip: for the best results, fire a tee shot over the water protecting the front of the green.

Hole 16

Hole 16.

Blue

427

White

414

Red

291

Yellow

291

Handicap

2

Par

4

A long drive down the hill can set up a second shot to carry the water to the green. Consider a layup at the 150-marker at the top of the hill then carry the water. This large green is protected by water in the front and bunkers to the back left.

Hole 17

Hole17

Blue

387

White

374

Red

292

Yellow

292

Handicap

10

Par

4

Dogleg, right. Two choices: drive the green carrying the water and trees to the right of the tee box or straight towards the 150-marker. Either should set you up with a good view of the green. Bunkers protect the two-tiered green. Breaking putt depends on hole location. 

Hole 18

Hole 18

Blue

503

White

464

Red

337

Yellow

337

Handicap

8

Par

5

Players will have to make a conscious effort to aim their tee shot towards the left side of the fairway. This fairway slopes towards the hidden water on the right side, so be cautious. Bunkers protect the elevated green on the left and right side.

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This Spring, get into the swing of things! When you’re ready, we’ll be waiting! Drop by or call us for more details. We look forward to seeing you at Pheasantback!

Course Rules

RCGA RULES GOVERN PLAY
EXCEPT WHERE MODIFIED BY LOCAL RULES

Courtesy Dictates
Allow faster players to play through without being asked

Course Marshall has the final say