Discover Calderone

A detailed look at each hole

Calderone’s hilly course provides challenges and opportunities to improve upon your skills. Enjoy playing the front nine, which are modeled after British links style, then head to the back nine where you will find your traditional style course. Uphill shots, long drives, and sloping greens are a staple of this exciting course. Once you uncover the trick to each hole, set your tee time by booking online today!

Course
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Hole
1

Par Five

Hole one ends with a long narrow green that is best approached with a hard shot up the right side of the fairway, followed by a short wedge.

Hole 1

Hole
2

PAR THREE

Hole two provides some challenge with a strong uphill shot required for the long par 3. At the top of the hill you will find a shallow green behind a deep bunker.

Hole 2

Hole
3

PAR FOUR

A tricky shot with a sloping fairway, to master hole three you need to direct your drive to the left to avoid the bunkers down the right side.

Hole 3

Hole
4

PAR FOUR

A long hole, this is the number one handicap hole at Calderone. To shorten the hole, you will need to stay tight to the bunker on the right side. Be careful of the pot bunkers – if your ball ends up there you are almost guaranteed a bogey.

Hole 4

Hole
5

PAR FOUR

One of the shortest par fours on the course, take advantage of this downward sloping hole by hugging the right side of the fairway. Start with a strong drive to finish the hole with a short wedge into the small green.

Hole 5

Hole
6

PAR FIVE

Hole six, with a par five, is your best chance for a birdie or even an eagle. Conquer this hole by hitting a straight and powerful tee shot.

Hole 6

Hole
7

PAR FOUR

Put your accuracy to the test as you avoid bunkers on both sides of the fairway. End the hole on the green that slopes from back to front.

Hole 7

Hole
8

PAR THREE

This short par three is at the highest point of this hilly course. A windy shot, completing this hole will test your skills and club selection.

Hole 8

Hole
9

PAR FOUR

Hole nine presents a new set of challenges. Off the tee you will need to avoid the pond lining the left side of the fairway. Your second shot is quite literally an uphill battle to a large green that slopes from back to front. Take your time putting into this tricky back hole.

Hole 9

Hole
10

PAR FIVE

A three-shot hole, this is the longest of the par fives. This hole is sure to strengthen your long shot, as even the most seasoned golfers struggle to get home in two. The right-hand pin location paired with the right-to-left sloping green adds an extra layer of difficulty to hole ten.

Hole 10

Hole
11

PAR FOUR

Cling tight to the left side as you make your way through this long par 4 – watch out for the waste and grass bunkers! When it's time to putt, do so with precision as the green has a large slope in the middle.

Hole 11

Hole
12

PAR FOUR

This tight par 4 requires an accurate shot right off the tee. Avoid a lengthy bunker by hitting the ball down the left side, as the hole slopes from left to right. For the best score, don’t go long on your second shot.

Hole 12

Hole
13

PAR FIVE

The last par five at Calderone, this hole is a straight away that requires two long shots to get home in two. Your best option getting to the postage stamp green is laying up to give yourself a wedge. Avoid the greenside bunker by playing the left side of the green.

Hole 13

Hole
14

PAR FOUR

A hard dogleg right, this hole presents a variety of challenges. Shape your drive to curve the tree near the pin and end with a short iron into a small green nestled near the tree.

Hole 14

Hole
15

PAR THREE

If you have an accurate shot, this is your hole. This mid-range, par three is narrow with several bunkers along the green. Play one to two clubs, depending upon the pin location.

Hole 15

Hole
16

PAR FOUR

This par four hole is your best chance at a birdie. Start with a long drive to come in just short of the green, where a short wedge will land you on the green. Be cautious of the water on the right and heather on the left.

Hole 16

Hole
17

PAR THREE

After a straight drive, complete this hole with a strong putt. The uphill hole and small, sloping green adds a layer of complexity to your game.

Hole 17

Hole
18

PAR FOUR

Left to right sloping, a long drive down the left side allows you to avoid the pond located on the right. End with a middle to long iron to make contact with the elevated green.

Hole 18