Oakhill Country Club

Oak Hill Country Club Course Tour

Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Black 6,609 72.9 131.0
Blue 6,408 71.9 129.0
White 6,072 70.0 127.0
Red 5,814 73.6 133.0



Hole 1 - Par 4


Description: 385 Yard Downhill Par 4

How to Play It:
Hit your drive down the right center of the fairway and that will give you an open shot to the green, anything down the left side and you will have to flirt with a bunker guarding the left pin placement. Good starting hole.

Hole 1

Hole 2 - Par 4


Description: 426 Yard Par 4 Dog Leg Right

How to Play It:
Hit your tee shot straight away avoiding the 3 bunkers guarding the corner of the dog leg. This will leave you with a second shot of about 180-200 yards to a 3 level green. Making a Par here is a good score because this is probably the toughest hole on the front side.

Hole 2

Hole 3 - Par 4


Description: 356 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
This hole plays slightly uphill to a severely contoured green. Your drive must avoid the bunkers on the right side in order to reach this green in regulation. It is very important to hit your approach shot on the same level as the pin in order to have a realistic putt for a birdie.

Hole 3

Hole 4 - Par 4


Description: 451 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
A good drive on this hole will leave you a second shot of 170-210 yards to the green. If you can not reach this green in 2 shots then you must avoid the two fairway bunkers that are about 40 yards from the green. The fairway extends beyond the trap on the right all the way through to the top of the green and can be used as a bail out area that will still allow you to get up and down. The green is two tiered and slopes from back to front. It is the narrowest green on the front side. 4 is a great score on this hole.

Hole 4

Hole 5 - Par 3


Description: 153 Yard Par 3

How to Play It:
This par 3 plays uphill to a blind green. It plays about a half club to a full club longer because of the elevation. This green slopes from back to front and is one of the largest greens on the course.

Hole 5

Hole 6 - Par 4


Description: 398 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
Drive down the left center of the fairway in order to avoid the fairway bunker about 235 yards from the tee. This green slopes from back to front and has a ridge running down the middle of the green; in order to have a good chance at a birdie you must be on the same side of the ridge as the pin.

Hole 6

Hole 7 - Par 5


Description: 462 Yard Par 5

How to Play It:
This hole plays longer that its yardage because it is severely uphill. A good drive to the ripples will allow you to reach this green in two shots, leaving you with a possible eagle opportunity. If you must lay up on your second shot then you must avoid a bunker about 60-70 yards from the green. It is best to lay up about 90-100 yards short of this green leaving you with a shot from the fairway.

Hole 7

Hole 8 - Par 3


Description: 169 Yard Par 3

How to Play It:
Uphill par 3 with a long, narrow green sloping from back to front. Favor the right side of this green in order to avoid the two deep bunkers guarding the left side of this green. A 3 here is a good score.

Hole 8

Hole 9 - Par 4


Description: 385 Yard Par 4 Dog Leg Right

How to Play It:
Drive down the left center of the fairway allowing the ball to kick to the right on the left to right sloping fairway. A drive down the right side will land in the 3 fairway bunkers guarding the corner of the dog leg. This green is a 2 tiered sloping from back to front. A ball on the top level with a pin position on the lower level with present a very difficult two putt.

Hole 9

Hole 10 - Par 5


Description: 456 Yard Par 5

How to Play It:
Your drive should be down the right center of the fairway in order to avoid the fairway bunker that is 230 yards out. With a long drive, you can reach this hole in two shots; otherwise, you must avoid the fairway bunkers guarding the green. This green slopes from back to front and a birdie is a good possibility. This will get you off to a good start on the tough back nine.

Hole 10

Hole 11 - Par 4


Description: 416 Yard Par 4 Dog Leg Left

How to Play It:
This is the first of 6 good par 4’s on the back nine. A slight draw is the perfect tee shot on this hole in order to keep the ball in the sloping left to right fairway. The approach shot to this green is probably the toughest shot on the course. The green is guarded by a deep bunker on the left and a severe drop off on the right side with the green being a very narrow target. Par is good here anytime.

Hole 11

Hole 12 - Par 4


Description: 434 Yard Par 4 Dog Leg Left

How to Play It:
A draw off the tee will set you up for a wide open shot to this green that has a ridge running thru the middle of it. In order to have a birdie opportunity, you must put your ball on the same side of the ridge as the hole location. A right pin position is the most difficult because the hole is guarded by a deep faced bunker.

Hole 12

Hole 13 - Par 3


Description: 194 Yard Par 3

How to Play It:
This is the toughest par 3 on the course. This green has a ridge running down the middle and it is also guarded by 3 bunkers making it a difficult target to hit at 192 yards. Three is a good score here.

Hole 13

Hole 14 - Par 4


Description: 432 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
This is the number 1 stroke hole on the course. The drive is the key to this hole with out of bounds on the right and trees on the left. There is a fairway bunker approximately 60 yards short of this green that must be avoided at all costs. This green is a two tier green that is well guarded by two bunkers and is very difficult green to putt.

Hole 14

Hole 15 - Par 4


Description: 461 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
This hole plays downhill with a very generous landing area for the tee shot. The approach shot is to a two tiered green with out of bounds just over the back of the green. If the pin is on the back level, beware or you could make a big number here.

Hole 15

Hole 16 - Par 4


Description: 414 Yard Par 4 Dog Leg Left

How to Play It:
An uphill par 4 that plays longer than its yardage. A good drive will leave you with about 150-160 yard shot over two bunkers that are 40 yards from the green. This green slopes severely from back to front and is guarded by three bunkers.

Hole 16

Hole 17 - Par 3


Description: 150 Yard Par 3

How to Play It:
Although this is a relatively short par three, there are a number of obstacles to avoid including, a tee shot that must carry over a pond and deep faced bunkers that guard the front of this green. There are also greenside bunkers on the left and right. The putting surface is one of largest on the course.

Hole 17

Hole 18 - Par 4


Description: 446 Yard Par 4

How to Play It:
No shortcuts here. This hole is one of the toughest finishing holes that you will ever play anywhere. With a good tee shot you will still have 180-220 yards left to an elevated green. If you do not carry the ball to the green it will roll back down into a swale in front of the green leaving you with a very difficult up and down for par. You will win many a match here with a par 4.

Hole 18