Below are the details of holes 13 thru 18 at Occoneechee. Click on the video on the right for a cart's eye view of each hole. Included is our head pro Brian's tip on how to maximise your score. | Holes 1-6 |Holes 7-12 |
The key to the 13th is keeping the tee shot on the fairway. Any shot right can land into big trouble as a water hazard can catch a wayward drive.
The green slopes left to right so always allow plenty of break when putting.
A slight dog leg right requires an accurate drive to avoid the trees on the left and right.
A good tee shot here will leave a short iron to a fairly flat green. It's birdie time.
The longest of the par 4s. A long dirve is required here to give yourself a chance to get on in two. Beware a pull here as water awaits the wayward shot.
Fairway, green and two putts is a great score here.
The longest of the par 3s is a considerabley test. It's all uphill and the green slopes back to front.
Try and keep your tee shot under the hole otherwise a three putt beckons.
The extended Par 5 requiring a good drive that will set up a second shot across the water for an eagle putt. Beware the new bunker on the right.
A long drive across the left corner is the perfect tee shot here.
The final hole on the course requires a gentle fade to the left center of the fairway to leave a mid to short iron into the green.
The second shot into the green should be kept left of the flag as the green slopes left to right and the ball is generally carried that way. A shot too far right will inevitably end in the bunker.