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Tour Pecan Trails Golf Course
#1 - This PAR 5, dog-leg left, plays 481 yards from the blue tees and 471 from the red tees. We recommend setting up at the dog-leg, but the more risky golfer may choose to try to punch it through the tree line on the left before the dog-leg. This green is medium speed. Prepare yourself for the small rise at the front of the green for the most effective play.
#2 - This PAR 4, left fading fairway, plays 287 yards from the blue tees and 277 from the red tees.This fairway is pretty open. Beware of the tree line on the left side of the fairway, and the small rises around the trees. This green is medium speed. Prepare yourself for the small rise at the front left side of the green, and the harsh tree line behind the green. Go in there, and your ball is forever gone to the squirrels.
#3 - This PAR 5, right fading fairway, plays 431 yards from the blue tees and 409 from the red tees.This fairway is nice and open if you are trying to set up for the approach shot. Beware of the tree line on the right side of the fairway if you are going for the kill. Once you have cleared the tree line, its all open fairway up to the green. This green is medium speed.
#4 - This PAR 4 hole fades to the left at the water hazard. It plays 364 yards from the blue tees and 341 from the red tees.This fairway is nice and open if you are trying to set up for the approach shot. If you want to play it safe, you can set up your approach shot on the left side of the fairway to help avoid the water hazard. If you approach from the right side you will have more of the wet stuff to content with. This green plays medium to fast.
#5 - This PAR 4 hole is pretty straight forward. It plays 359 yards from the blue tees and 336 from the red tees.This fairway is open but you need to beware of a couple of trees located to the front right side of the tee box. If you try to go over them, and make it, you should be in good shape. If you play a bit more conservatively, you should setup for the approach shot by going center fairway off the tee box. Small rises on each side of the green can help, or hurt your short game. This green plays medium speed.
#6 - This PAR 4 hole doglegs to the left at the approach point. It plays 371 yards from the blue tees and 348 from the red tees.This fairway is nice and wide, and it has very few obstacles to leave you hurting as you approach the green. There are a few trees to look out for on the left side of the fairway which are right in line with the pin from the tee box. Small rises on left side of the green can help, or hurt your short game. This green plays medium speed.
#7 - This PAR 3 hole dog-legs to the left at the approach point. It plays 146 yards from the blue tees and 121 from the red tees.This fairway is nice and wide, and it has one tricky tree that lines up dead center with the pin from the tee box. There on more tree on the left side of the fairway which might get in your way as well. A small rise on left side of the green can help, or hurt your short game. This green plays medium speed.
#8 - This PAR 4 hole dog-legs to the right at the approach point. It plays 285 yards from the blue tees and 276 from the red tees.This fairway shot from the tee box is pretty tight. Trees are closing in on you as the fairway opens up. Once you are in the fairway it is smooth sailing up to the dog-leg. There are a few trees on the right side right at the dog-leg that pose a substantial threat to your game. If you try to lay it up on the approach point at the dog-leg, you are going to be golden. There are no obstacles from the approach to the green to give you trouble. There are small rises surrounding the green, and the green rolls off to the right. This green plays medium speed.
Break Time
Snack Time - When you have finished the 8th hole you will be back at the clubhouse. We realize that most courses take you to the house on the 9th hole, but we want to keep you happy, fed, and a cold beverage in your hand. You are so important to us that we don't want you going hungry or thirsty. Stop off at our clubhouse and grab a hotdog or other snack and a cold cherry limeade. There are still thirteen holes to play, so get yourself ready.
#9 - This PAR 4 doglegs to the left. It plays 255 yards from the blue tees and 215 from the red tees.This fairway is pretty open but the drought is over on this hole. This might be the time to break out with the old range ball if you are not an A or B player. There is plenty of water to gobble up your ball if you aren't careful and conservative. Aiming to the right side of the bridge for the approach shot might be helpful. Once you have crossed the water your are in pretty safe shape. There are no significant rises around the green to alter your approach shot to the green. This green plays a bit faster than most.
#10 - This PAR 3 is a straight away shot from the tee box. It plays 117 yards from the blue tees and 107 from the red tees.This fairway is relatively open from the tee box, and the green is pretty flat. There is a slight rise on the left side of the green to be aware of. This green is faster than most.
#11 - This PAR 4 is a straight away shot from the tee box. It plays 340 yards from the blue tees and 308 from the red tees.This fairway is WIDE open from the tee box, except for one gigantic stand alone tree. If you don't keep your eye on this big guy, he'll slap your ball right out of the air. The green gently slopes to the right. This green is medium speed.
#12 - This PAR 3 starts at an elevated tee box which forces you to clear a substantial water hazard. It plays 186 yards from the blue tees and 155 from the red tees. Once you clear the water hazard below, the grass is greener on the other side. Gentle rises surround this green. This green is medium speed.
#13 - This PAR 5 is one long hole. This hole dog-legs HARD right (more than 90 degrees from the approach point). It plays 541 yards from the blue tees and 529 from the red tees. A scattering of small Cedar trees may put your accuracy on your drive to the test. You should also be aware of the small creek that runs along the right side of the fairway and it has plenty of trees to obscure a shot to the green. If your drive happens go right, you may be able to punch through to the green, around 20-30 yards prior to the dogleg. If you are hitting from the dog-leg, the fairway is wide open. There is a small water hazard on the right side. The green slopes gently to the right, and has a substantial rise around the left and rear of the green. This green plays slower than most.
#14 - This PAR 5 is a pretty straight shot on a long hole. It plays 463 yards from the blue tees and 451 from the red tees. You have lots of open space to tee off on this hole. There are a few small trees scattered along the fairway, but the shouldn't pose much of a problem with a decent shot. The approach shot is pretty basic also (straight and wide). Gentle rises surround this green. This green is medium speed
#15 - This PAR 3 is a straight away shot from the tee box. It plays 227 yards from the blue tees and 185 from the red tees (It is actually a little bit longer than the listed distance since the tee box was relocated to an elevated position).This fairway is open from the tee box. The fairway does have a slight slope to the right. The green is in a bowl almost. You have an opening at the front of the green, and you should use it. If you land on the sides the rises could cause problems or help you out with a lucky hop. This green is medium speed.
#16 - This PAR 3 forces you to clear a small water hazard from the tee box. It plays 135 yards from the blue tees and 120 from the red tees This fairway is open from the tee box. The The green is pretty level, but it does have a small drop right after the green. You won't have the rises around the green to contend with on this hole but, if you happen to overshoot the green have the PW handy. This green is medium speed.
#17 - This PAR 4 is a dog-leg right. It plays 254 yards from the blue tees and 229 from the red tees This fairway is open from the tee box once you clear the little creek in front of the tee box. You would be well advised to lay this shot up as there are some significant trees to contend with on the right side of the fairway leading into the approach shot. From the approach point you will have to bring the accuracy shot home to land on the green. There is an opening of about 45 yards between tree lines along the 2nd water hazard you have to clear.The green is pretty level, but it does have a slope outside of the green on the right side. This green is medium speed. 
#18 - This PAR 3 forces you to clear a small water hazard from the tee box. It plays 171yards from the blue tees and 156 from the red tees From the tee box you will have to clear the little low spot that precedes the green. The green itself is level, but right past the green is a drop-off that takes you into the brush. This green is medium speed. 
#19 - This PAR 3 has a mid-sized water hazard in front of the tee box. The green is to the right of the fairway, just past the furthest right tree line. It plays 201 yards from the blue tees and 181 from the red tees The green has some mild elevations on the right rear of the green. It will give you a little challenge for your putting dollar. This green is medium speed. 
#20 - This PAR 3 has a mid-sized water hazard in front of the green. From the blue tees the distance is 176, from the red tees your distance is 130 yards. The fairway is pretty wide just prior to the water hazard, then it tightens up to about a 30 yard gap to shoot for the pin. The green is on an uphill approach shot, so you might want to aim past the pin. This green plays fast since it is on a slope unless you are putting uphill. If that is the cast beware of the rise in the green. It can make for a 3+ putt experience if your not careful. 
#21 - This PAR 3 is the final stretch. Your shooting towards the parking lot. You may not want to over-power this shot. You could roll it into the parking lot and end up being chase around by a crazed guy with a bag full of golf clubs if you not careful. This shot is pretty open on the fairway, and results in a nice wind-down from some of our more challenging holes. It plays 174 yards from the blue tees, and 154 from the red tees This green has some minor roll-off on the back side, but other than that it is nice and level. This green is medium speed.
Notes

Green speeds and hole placement will vary regularly with course maintenance.

 

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