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The elevated Tee requires a wall requires a well placed drive; let them run onto the green. Second shots need to carry a small creek which runs diagonally to the right across the fairway.

The Ground in front of this green can get very hard, so hit approach shots short and let them run into the green.

Red
385
Blue
406
Black
425

Accuracy is essential on this tight tree lined fairway. A moderately wide fairway will accept your tee shot. However, second shots will have to navigate an extremely narrow opening through the trees before the fairway opens up again. A creek crosses this fairway 280 yards from the tee. Stay away from the large cedar tree guarding the right of the green. Its long thick branches have been known to grab even the best approaches.

Red
437
Blue
479
Black
508

Luck of the Irish will help you on this hole. Aim to the right of the green as a tee shots will bounce left off of the hill. The garden between all the trees was created for the wedding of co-owner Clayton Lindberg and his wife Kathy Swanson, August 17, 2002. A beautiful ceremony and reception, complete with a live band and dancing, took place on these tee boxes. Players will cross the Ron Hunt Memorial Bridge, "The Bridge into Heaven is just wide enough for a golf cart."

Red
129
Blue
171
Black
188

"Grip it and Rip it" down this wide open hole. Drives down the right side will get extra distance with favorable bounces from the hill. This is the best hole to have a long drive competition. The Green is surrounded by water to the left and the back while a large bunker guards the right of the green.

Red
341
Blue
381
Black
399

This is a clasic risk/reward hole. The further left you go will result in a shorter second shot. "Gutsy" players will attempt to go for the green which is reachable from the tee. For the faint of heart, a medium to long iron off the tee towards the hill will leave you with about 100 yards to the green. Off to the right of the fairway is the "Men's Club Garden of Recognition." Inductees into the garden are members which have made significant contributions to the golf club.

Red
263
Blue
272
Black
276

Don't be fooled by this short hole. Errant tee shots will deflect away from the green which is surrounded by several knolls. This hole yields the most holes in one. Minnie Crawford and her husband Wally were two of the first regular customers of Tall Timbers. The rhododendron, to the left of the green, was planted in their memory.

Red
115
Blue
124
Black
128

Once again, use the natural terrain to your advantage. Aim for the hill on the right side and let your ball funnel towards the hole. If you are playing in a tournament, you might find refreshments being served at the gazebo, appropriately named "The 7-11."

Red
148
Blue
173
Black
184

This short part 4 is drivable for long hitters and birdies are plenty for everyone. Take advantage of the beam to the right and back of the green to keep your ball on the green. If you plan on laying up, be aware of the ceek that crosses the fairway.

Red
225
Blue
240
Black
240

It's best to leave your driver in your bag and concentrate on accuracy for this dogleg right. Tee shots need to carry 160 yards to clear the creek crossing this fairway. This green slopes severely from back to the front so it's best to leave your approach shots below the hole.

Use an extra club on your approach because this fairway climbs more than you think

Red
297
Blue
320
Black
354

As many as four turtles make their home in the pond in front of the tee. The can be found sun bathing on hot sunny days around the edges. Club selection is imperative depending on the location of the flag, as much as a 2 -3 club difference from the front to the back of the green. Watch out for the water hazard to the left of the green. Please don't feed the turtles!

Red
145
Blue
165
Black
191

Majestic evergreens line both sides of this beautiful par 5. Keep tee shots to the right side of the fairway to allow for an easier second shot around the corner. Smart players will be left with about 100 yards for their third shots to a very large green. A second opportunity to visit "The 7-11."

Red
472
Blue
485
Black
511

The second of back to back par 5's, albeit, much shorter than #11. Split the uprights with your tee shot and you'll be able to go for the green in two. If not, then be prepared to lay up in front of the creek crossing the fairway 60 yards from the green, Be forewarned, there is a second creek coming down the right that feeds into the main creek. Walkers will be able to cross the "Goujon Bridge," in memory of Alex Goujon.

Red
384
Blue
428
Black
459

This hole starts out wide open but gets narrower and narrower as you approach the green. Accuracy off the tee and on the approach is a must if you want to make par on unlucky #13.

Red
303
Blue
326
Black
343

Aptly named for the tall firs, cedars, and hemlocks surrounded the tee and lining both sides of this short par 4. Long ball hitters are tempted to drive this green, but if you can't fly the ball 190 yards to clear the pesky creek, it's best that you lay up.

Red
259
Blue
268
Black
275

There aren't too many places to get into trouble on this wide open hole. Drives down the left side curtail this relatively short par 5. The green is located atop the "cardiac hill." While on top, take a minute to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the surrounding areas or pay your respects at one of the many memorials including Frank Dennedy (plaque), Fred Freinhoffer (bench), or Ken Yuen (Japanese maple tree).

Red
395
Blue
445
Black
475

Driving accuracy and distance is paramount on our most difficult hole. The creek that runs across the fairway, 60 yards from the green, will swallow poorly hit second shots. Two bunkers guard the right side of the green. Aim your approach shots to the left of the first bunker and get your ball track to the hole. Countless excellent games have been ruined by this hole.

Red
319
Blue
402
Black
439

If #16 didn't beat you up too bad, this trecherous par 3 certainly will. Again, accuracy off this tee is required to hit this narrow hour glass shaped green.

The middle of this green is a mere 27 feet wide and is flanked by a "valley of death," on either side. It's better to miss the green short opposed to pin high right or left.

Red
124
Blue
161
Black
168

Teeing off among the Tall Timbers for the last time, this hole opens a generous landing area. Drives down the left center of this fairway make way to best approaches on this dogleg to the right. Use at least an extra half club on your approach to this two tiered green, one of the most complex green s on the course.

Red
318
Blue
349
Black
358

The Bar & Grill is the perfect way to end your round at Tall timber GC. It's where the stories begin and arguably, the "best lies," are found here. Unwind with your favorite beverage from our fully stocked bar while you relax and enjoy the natural surroundings. Our cozy, rustic, A-framed building is always serving up delicious meals. Watch players play hole #18 from our covered patio. A perfect accompaniment for aprés golf.

The Bar & Grill at Tall Timbers is the ideal place for great food, cold drinks, and exceptional service.