COURSE TOUR

HOLE 1

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 11

Finding the fairway is crucial. Control the distance on the second shot because the green’s false front will return errant shots 30 yards down the fairway.

BLACK 367
BLUE 337
GOLD 309
RED 287

HOLE 2

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 1

Toughest hole on the front nine. Generous fairway but longish second shot is to a blind green. Get par here and move on.

BLACK 427
BLUE 406
GOLD 377
RED 337

HOLE 3

PAR 5 | HANDICAP 9

Pack your camera to this scenic tee. Good drive here leaves a long iron approach on this five par. Good birdie opportunity.

BLACK 561
BLUE 545
GOLD 531
RED 467

HOLE 4

PAR 3 | HANDICAP 15

Trust the yardage given by the caddie and pick the right club because the hazard awaits the less than perfectly executed shot.

BLACK 216
BLUE 193
GOLD 160
RED 130

HOLE 5

PAR 5 | HANDICAP 5

Plenty of fairway on this par-5 so let it fly off the tee. Green is reachable in two for the longer hitter, but deep front greenside bunker should be avoided by all.

BLACK 523
BLUE 500
GOLD 460
RED 448

HOLE 6

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 13

Deep depression right of fairway will leave the green blind on this shortish par-4, and the green is severely sloped testing putts from any length.

BLACK 379
BLUE 364
GOLD 339
RED 259

HOLE 7

PAR 3 | HANDICAP 17

Keeping the trajectory down on this elevated tee will help control distance to this small heavily guarded green. Good birdie chance.

BLACK 157
BLUE 139
GOLD 129
RED 122

HOLE 8

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 3

Take less than driver off the tee here. Good tee shot will leave a semi- blind second shot that will play longer than marked. Trust the caddie’s yardage.

BLACK 408
BLUE 390
GOLD 370
RED 343

HOLE 9

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 7

First of two longish par-4’s. Downhill the whole way to the green. A large green with receptive approach area front and left will hold most second shots.

BLACK 467
BLUE 427
GOLD 390
RED 363

HOLE 10

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 6

Distance is key to this wide generous fairway. Take a little extra club on the second shot so as to avoid the bunkers short. Trust the caddie’s read on this green.

BLACK 466
BLUE 449
GOLD 423
RED 385

HOLE 11

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 11

Use less than driver here for a well placed tee shot, leaving a wedge or short iron to this elevated green. Anything short rolls into the hazard.

BLACK 346
BLUE 333
GOLD 310
RED 267

HOLE 12

PAR 3 | HANDICAP 18

May not play as easy as the handicap ranking. Straight tee shot required with bunkering complex right and hazard left greeting an offline ball.

BLACK 165
BLUE 150
GOLD 132
RED 122

HOLE 13

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 12

A guest favorite at Cascata, this severe dogleg left features a green dramatically placed among red rock outcroppings. You will remember this hole.

BLACK 469
BLUE 389
GOLD 348
RED 306

HOLE 14

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 14

With a cambered fairway left and hazard running throughout on the right, this is easily the most demanding tee shot at Cascata. Get your par and move on.

BLACK 434
BLUE 393
GOLD 369
RED 347

HOLE 15

PAR 3 | HANDICAP 16

Par’s are tough from the deep greenside bunker left, so play to the right and let the hill do your work. Birdies can be had here, or even an ace!

BLACK 212
BLUE 192
GOLD 168
RED 148

HOLE 16

PAR 5 | HANDICAP 10

Wider fairway than you see on the tee box, this par-5 winds its way through the desert, leaving a blind second to one of the more challenging greens at Cascata.

BLACK 508
BLUE 473
GOLD 446
RED 434

HOLE 17

PAR 4 | HANDICAP 2

Depending on the wind direction, this can either play as one of the easiest or one of the toughest holes at Cascata. Take caution when trying to cut the corner.

BLACK 489
BLUE 470
GOLD 450
RED 370

HOLE 18

PAR 5 | HANDICAP 8

Cascata’s signature hole, this double dogleg is only reachable for the longer hitters. Most play short of the crook, mid-iron or hybrid to about 100 yards, leaving wedge to a largish green. Great finishing hole.

BLACK 559
BLUE 514
GOLD 495
RED 456