The opening hole at The Chimneys requires a well-positioned tee shot between the first of our feature rock displays. A good preview of what is to come, this average-length par 4 highlights the course’s character and individuality.
The green of the signature hole at The Chimneys is guarded by six rock-faced bunkers. A tee shot to the center of the green rewards golfers on this relatively short par 3.
The par 4, 3rd hole bends gently on this dogleg left. Be careful not to block out your approach shot to the green by placing your tee shot behind the trees on the right side of the fairway.
The rocky, pedestal tees on this beautiful par 4, are impressive to even the most seasoned golfers. Play to the left side of the fairway for a safe approach to the green.
This dogleg right demands a lengthy carry over the creek crossing the middle of the fairway. Positioned in the center of the front 9, hole 5 is deemed the most challenging hole on the course with its narrow, undulating green.
A true shot-maker’s hole, the par 4, 6th requires a precision tee shot, followed by an accurate approach threaded between the trees and rock walls on this narrow fairway.
The first par 5 on the golf course, hole 7 lends some relief and a chance at birdie over level terrain.
The gentile incline on this short par 3 is deceptive and may require an extra club, especially when the hole is cut to the back of the green.
A gorgeous finish to the front side, hole 9 forces golfers to carefully select their clubs in order to navigate past the creek crossing the fairway and the large bunker that often snags a poorly judged second shot. Rolling gently over the hillside, hole 9 features a stunning rock wall behind the green before bringing you back to the clubhouse.
The back nine of The Chimneys starts with a short, downhill par 4. Enough distance off the tee should lead to an easy pitch for your approach and a birdie opportunity.
The easiest hole on the golf course, hole 11 presents a short par 4. Make sure to avoid the large pine in the center of this narrow fairway.
The lengthy par 4, 12th, stretches past clustered pines and fairway bunkers. Golfers finally find forgiveness at the unguarded green.
This simple, short par 4 rolls up a gradual incline to an undulating green. Play your tee shot to the right of the fairway for your best angle to the flag.
The only par 3 on the back 9 slopes downhill with large bunkers behind the green. Golfers must club down with accuracy to guarantee par.
The only par 5 on the back 9, the straight-away 15th leads golfers uphill over a contoured fairway. Avoid the steep drop-off at the right of this small green.
The elevated tee on this stunning par 4 offers a captivating view of hole 16, bending slightly to the left. Make sure to take enough club on your second shot to this very narrow green perched high above the valley of the fairway.
The par 4, 17th, mimics the elevation change of the previous hole, running parallel over the rolling hillside. Play to the left side of the green on your approach to avoid the large greenside bunker for an easy par.
The finishing hole of The Chimneys is a short par 4, gently sloping downhill back to the clubhouse. Though most golfers find themselves with a short second shot, an accurate approach is paramount to what presents as the smallest green on the golf course.