Each hole has its own distinct character and is sure to please and challenge the most discriminating golfer.

This 9 hole course is 3,113 yards from the longest tees and is a par 36. The course rating is 34.9 and it has a slope rating of 119. Please see below for hole-by-hole descriptions and yardages.

 

Plum Lake Golf Club Scorecard

Hole
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Out
Tee Yardages 335 440 358 146 302 486 362 351 333 3,113
Men's Par 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 4 4 36
Men's Handicap 6 2 3 9 8 1 4 7 5  
                     
Tee Yardages 326 395 308 130 297 401 352 345 326 2,880
Ladies' Par 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 4 4 36
Ladies' Handicap 6 2 3 9 8 1 4 7 5  

Hole Descriptions/Tips

The 1st hole
Features a steep hill making your first shot a blind one. Aim for the left side of the fairway on this hole. The Fairway slopes to the right over the hill. forget about par, if you don't reach the top of the hill. The front of this green is severely sloped so anything hit short stays short. The front edge does provide the best spot to chip from, if you miss the green. Left or Right of the green is a difficult up and down.

The 2nd hole
Be happy with a par on this hole. The fairway is slightly elevated from the tee so you lose a little yardage. Anything in the fairway is a great shot. Out of Bounds Right. With a front pin and dry conditions, play the yardage as ten yards less. The ball should run up on the green. The last ten yards of the fairway slope towards the green. Don't be long!

The 3rd hole
Favor your tee shot left of center. There is a valley on the right which will collect your ball and make for a difficult blend second shot. Unlike this young man, most of us will hit our second shots from the top of the hill. Bunkers left and right. Don't be long!

The 4th hole
Everyone's favorite hole. Located just past the bunkers and in front of the trees is a deep depressions where the green is located. Because of the bowl shape of this green, sometimes a "bad" shot can turn our perfect. The severe slope of the green can make two putting difficult. Be happy with a par and move on.

The 5th hole
If you make the top of the hill, start thinking birdie! Anything short of the hill will give you a blind second shot to a small green with bunkers left and right. Keep your second shot below the hole. The front edge is sloped so it is hard to run it up there. Don't be long!

The 6th hole
The prevailing wind is usually in your face here. Big hitters will be thinking birdie or eagle. Favor left of center off the tee. Aim your approach shot for the center of the green. Missing left or right of the green will give you a difficult up and down.

The 7th hole
Your first reaction may be to hit the driver. The hill is further than it looks. Anything just short of the hill will give a blind second shot. A tee sot of 210 yards will give you a look at the green from only 150 yards out. Favor the center of the fairway with the tee shot. A depression on the left will collect your ball into the rough. Aim for the center of the green here. Bunker are left and right. Slopes on the green can make for a difficult up and down.

The 8th hole
It take an exceptional shot to make the top of the hill. Short of the hill gives you a blind second shot to a small green. If you went over the green with our approach shot, you can probably forget about getting it up and down. Play your approach shot for the front edge yardage.

The 9th hole
The blind tee shot will give the appearance that there is more room on the right than there actually is. Aim well left of center with your tee shot. The woods on the right are out of bounds. Wait for the bell to ring before hitting. The hills and valleys on this fairway can make for a difficult second shot. With a left pin position, aim for the center of the green. Any ball landing on the left side of the green can trickle down into the bunker.