BLACK PEARL

Black Pearl 9 features several signature holes, including the 2nd hole – a challenging Par 4 island green. Of the many challenges on the Black Pearl, the length and narrowness of the fairways will pose the biggest threat to par.

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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The longest hole on the course lets you swing away with the tee shot. Your lay-up shot must avoid the large bunker just right of the 100 yard marker, leaving you with a short approach to this fairly level green.

    HCP Men's 8 / Ladies 3
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    The second is one of the signature holes at Deer Creek. Your tee shot should leave you a full wedge or 9-iron to this shallow island green. The slightest miscalculation can result in a very big number.

    HCP Men's 4 / Ladies 4
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A big tee shot favouring the left centre of the fairway will allow you to at least consider going for it in two. If you try to cut the corner too much, your second shot may be blocked or worse. Par is not bad here.

    HCP Men's 6 / Ladies 5
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A tee shot down the right side of the fairway sets up your next shot that requires at least a good shot, if not great. This green is surrounded by trouble: water, bunkers, trees and O.B. Good luck!

    HCP Men's 5 / Ladies 2
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    Choosing the correct club is the key to success on this par 3. Hitting the correct section of this long, two-tiered green is the difference between an easy par or praying for a 2 putt. Take note that an errant tee shot left of this green could land O.B.

    HCP Men's 9 / Ladies 9
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    A long tee shot favouring the left side of this fairway is crucial in attempting to reach the longest par 4 on this 9 in two shots. A long iron or fairway wood played right to left will be needed to reach this green while negotiating the large tree guarding its front left side.

    HCP Men's 1 / Ladies 1
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    With tree trouble to the left and right, a par is difficult to attain without a tee shot in the fairway. Your approach must avoid water guarding the front of this two-tiered green.

    HCP Men's 3 / Ladies 6
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    Your tee shot must favour the left side of the fairway, while avoiding the reachable bunkers. Only the longest of hitters need to be concerned with running out of fairway off the tee. Your approach shot must carry the naturalized area to a deep green.

    HCP Men's 7 / Ladies 8
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    TIP FROM THE PRO

    Don’t relax just yet. The beauty of this hole can lull you into a false sense of security. This picturesque par 3 demands a long iron or fairway wood to a green protected by bunkers and water. A par will earn bragging rights in your foursome.

    HCP Men's 2 / Ladies 7

SCORECARD

HOLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OUT
Blue
552
361
527
410
154
452
426
379
211
3472
White
533
324
506
392
127
424
369
351
173
3199
Red
482
242
433
374
91
402
342
320
125
2811
Par
5
4
5
4
3
4
4
4
3
36
Men's Handicap
8
4
6
5
9
1
3
7
2
Ladies Handicap
3
4
5
2
9
1
6
8
7