Standing on this elevated tee, it's hard not to just grip it and rip it.
A blind tee shot over the rise and up the right side of the fairway will leave you in good shape to consider taking on the green with your second shot.
A good Par 5, not a hole that you go for the green in two, lay up to your favorite wedge distance.
The Old Course at Wolf Creek is usually found in the top 25 courses in Canada. It is a golf course that deserves your full attention when playing.
Choose the balcony for great views of holes 9 and 18.
The prevailing right to left wind will bring the water into play if you're not careful.
Usually plays downwind so give it a rip off the tee.
Stroke index one on the card for good reason. Big numbers can add up quickly here.
This is a great hole to finish the front nine. A bit of a blind shot over the hill on the left side of this fairway should roll out nicely leaving you with a manageable yardage into this large undulating green.
Terrific Par 3 demands an accurately struck iron or hybrid shot into a multiple tiered green. Walking off this green with no more than 3 on the card is an accomplishment.