Beechwood Golf & Country Club was built in 1960 and features fast undulating greens and beautiful fairways. It appeals to all levels of golfers and is a very rewarding experience.
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Scorecard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOT
4 3 5 4 4 4 4 5 3 36 4 3 5 3 5 5 4 3 4 36 72
345 195 500 415 405 345 365 550 210 3330 385 217 570 158 495 550 385 153 410 3323 6653
335 180 480 400 390 330 355 505 198 3173 370 180 560 144 480 520 375 138 380 3147 6320
315 165 460 385 360 315 345 485 180 3010 355 165 490 130 460 485 360 125 355 2905 5935
288 150 420 355 315 290 310 450 160 2738 325 130 450 116 410 435 330 105 260 2561 5299
257 110 335 285 260 235 228 402 120 2232 270 95 385 75 320 345 260 85 235 2070 4302
13 11 17 3 1 15 7 5 9   10 12 4 18 16 2 6 14 8    

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Course Rating and Slope

Men Course Rating Slope
Gold Tee 73.0 129
Blue Tee 70.2 128
White Tee 68.3 123
For Women Course Rating Slope
White Tee 76.8 131
Red Tee 70.1 121
  • Hole 1

    The opening hole is a short dogleg right, a pond separates the end of the fairway and the green making your tee shot placement a premium.

    A large two tier green is receptive to your second shot.

  • Hole 2

    A very difficult par three, the green is guarded by a pond on the left and a bunker on the right.

    The prevailing wind blows towards the water so take your three and go to the next tee.

  • Hole 3

    A dogleg right par five where your tee ball must carry a creek approximately 200 yds. away.

    This par five is reachable in two shots and offers up a good chance for a birdie,

    but beware this green is not an automatic two putt.

  • Hole 4

    A long dogleg left, the fourth hole deserves it’s number 3 handicap ranking.

    The fairway is flanked by woods, water and out of bounds to the left and a strategically located strand of willow trees to the right.

    A creek runs across the fairway 285 yds. off the tee. The second shot is uphill to a large green.

  • Hole 5

    The number one handicap hole requires the use of all parts of your game.

    A dogleg right, the tee shot requires placement based on the pin position.

    A second shot from the left side of the fairway can be blind, while a second shot from the right side of the fairway

    must carry over a group of willow trees. The long undulating green is nestled between a creek to the left and a tree

    lined hill to the right and heaven forbid but four putts here are not uncommon

  • Hole 6

    The sixth hole offers a little relief form the demands of the last two, however do not let up too much.

    The tee shot must be positioned to avoid a pond that guards the front of the green.

    Most players lay up with a long iron or fairway wood which leaves a short iron into the green

  • Hole 7

    A sharp dogleg left does allow the long hitters to cut the corner, but position is more important than length.

    The second shot is to a very small trapped green that can be difficult to hold.

  • Hole 8

    A long straight away par five requires a lay up second shot as the green is affronted by a wide pond.

    The key is the third shot over the aqua which has been known to swallow many a ball.

  • Hole 9

    The finishing hole on the front nine is the most demanding par three on the course.

    Usually into the prevailing wind, it requires a long iron or fairway wood to a green that is guarded by mounds

    on the right and water on the left. Three is a very good score on this brute

  • Hole 10

    Like the front nine, the back nine starts out rather passively with a hole that features a

    rolling fairway and elevated green. Take enough club on your approach shot and you should find success.

  • Hole 11

    Back into the prevailing wind, this shot is all carry to a undulating green. Well trapped in

    front, your tee shot must be placed for an uphill putt to give yourself a legitimate birdie putt.

  • Hole 12

    A wonderful double dogleg hole that is a true test of all your skills. Three solids shots are a

    must to reach this green in regulation. The tee ball must avoid a small stream on the left, before the creek reverses

    to the right side for the second shot. An uphill third shot makes club selection difficult to a shallow green that is well bunkered.

  • Hole 13

    A short hole, the green is two tiered which makes for some great pin positions. Guarded by a

    trap on the left and water to the right it requires a pin point shot to score well.

  • Hole 14

    A great risk reward hole. Doglegged to the left, this hole is reachable in two shots but requires

    flirting with the out of bounds on the dogleg. A pushed tee shot will find Ray’s Creek winding its way down the entire

    right side of the fairway. The normal third shot approach is uphill to a shallow green that does require precision to get the ball close.

  • Hole 15

    The start of the Beechwood Triangle, this par five is one of our signature holes. A narrow tree

    lined fairway requires accuracy on all shots. After negotiating the tee shot it does not get any easier as the second shot

    must be in the fairway to allow a third shot into a very small elevated green. There is simply no easy way to play this hole.

  • Hole 16

    This sharp dogleg right features a blind tee shot that must be positioned accurately.

    Shots lost right will be in the woods and out of bounds to the left is no bargain either. The green is situated behind a

    small creek with a bunker left and more of the creek swinging behind it to the right. One bad shot on this hole can lead to

    three or four more on the scorecard .

  • Hole 17

    The shortest par three presents only one viable option- hit the green! Water to the front and left,

    marsh to the rear, bunker and trees to the right- there is no room for error!

  • Hole 18

    The finishing hole is a beauty. A pinpoint drive between out of bounds on the left and a creek to the

    right that cuts into the landing area.

    The second shot requires a surgical touch to a three tiered green that slopes to the creeks edge.

    Even a poor putt can find a watery grave.

    If you are enjoying a good round score wise, there is no dishonour in playing for a bogey here!