Course Tour

Take a tour of Lost Tracks Golf Course

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  • #1

    Hole 1 – 423 YD Par 4 | HCP – 11


    To get off to a good start, aim at the bunker at the end of the fairway and let the ball work a little right. A relatively short iron to a beautiful green complex remains. Keep the ball below the for the best birdie opportunity.

    Tee #1 411 Yards
    Tee #2 377 Yards
    Tee #3 352 Yards

  • #2

    Hole 2 – 364 YD Par 4 | HCP – 13


    The bunker at the end of the fairway is a good target. A second shot from the left center of the fairway can pay big dividends. This hole is a good birdie opportunity and the perfect place to jump start your round. The views are magnificent.

    Tee #1 344 Yards
    Tee #2 329 Yards
    Tee #3 316 Yards

  • #3

    Hole 3 – 426 YD Par 4 | HCP – 9


    Cutting corners in life usually doesn’t work and it won’t here either. Play your tee shot down the left center of the fairway, leaving a straight approach. There is a bunker hidden on the right side of the fairway, and be mindful that the shot to the green is uphill.

    Tee #1 432 Yards
    Tee #2 412 Yards
    Tee #3 392 Yards

  • #4

    Hole #4 – 458 YD Par 4 HCP – 3

    Tee #1 458 Yards
    Tee #2 415 Yards
    Tee #3 407 Yards

    The wasteland area in the distance is a good target for the tee shot.
    The second shot plays its full distance to a green divided into thirds.

    This is the longest par 4 on the course, so give it a solid effort.

  • #5

    Hole #5 – 192 YD Par 3 HCP – 15

    Tee #1 192 Yards
    Tee #2 165 Yards
    Tee #3 156 Yards

    This beautiful par 3 plays a little bit downhill to a very deep green and requires proper club selection.

    You can get close to a back right pin by having your ball hit in the center of the green; from there it will feed back and right.

  • #6

    Hole #6 – 433 YD Par 4 HCP – 7

    Tee #1 433 Yards
    Tee #2 380 Yards
    Tee #3 356 Yards

    The bunker at the end of the fairway is a perfect target. Don’t cut the corner or you’ll have a downhill lie for your approach. Play to the middle of the fairway and the middle of the green and you’ll have a good look at birdie.

  • #7

    Hole #7 – 517 YD Par 5 HCP – 5

    Tee #1 517 Yards
    Tee #2 457 Yards
    Tee #3 447 Yards

    Get your drive as close to the bunkers on the left as you can. The safe players will lay up second shots in front of the cross bunkers. The heroic will go at the green in two for an eagle opportunity. The green shape reflects these two playing styles; the choice is yours.

  • #8

    Hole #8 – 192 YD Par 3 HCP – 17

    Tee #1 192 Yards
    Tee #2 175 Yards
    Tee #3 150 Yards

    There are a lot of ways to play this beautiful par 3. Fly it to the hole or play a shot that comes in from the right, avoiding the water. A front pin location can be extremely hard to access. Make a two here and you will have done yourself proud. This is the designer’s favorite hole.

  • #9

  • Hole #9 – 594 YD Par 5 HCP – 1

    Tee #1 594 Yards
    Tee #2 563 Yards
    Tee #3 544 Yards

    This par 5 is easier than it looks. Drive your ball right of the two trees on the left side of the fairway for the best angle to the green. Lay up short for an easy third shot or give it a go on your second shot. Birdie should be your goal here.

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  • #10

    Hole #10 – 488 YD Par 4 HCP – 4

    Tee #1 448 Yards
    Tee #2 373 Yards
    Tee #3 352 Yards

    Drive your ball down the left center for the best approach angle and a great view of this beautiful, two-tiered green. The second shot is a little downhill. You must leave your ball under the hole to score well. Chipping from the front of the green is better than putting from the back.

  • #11

    Hole #11 – 155 YD Par 3 HCP – 18

    Tee #1 155 Yards
    Tee #2 125 Yards
    Tee #3 114 Yards

    Accuracy to this long narrow green is a must. Beware of the back pin placement; going over the green means a certain bogey or worse. Consider the wind because the ball will be affected after it gets out of the trees around the tee.

  • #12

    Hole #12 – 573 YD Par 5 HCP – 2

    Tee #1 573 Yards
    Tee #2 525 Yards
    Tee #3 509 Yards

    Drive down the right side of the fairway, then lay up your second shot left of center. The green slopes from back to front and also from right to left, so shot tend to spin back and left. Leave yourself an uphill putt for the best birdie opportunity.

  • #13

    Hole #13 – 433 YD Par 4 HCP – 12

    Tee #1 433 Yards
    Tee #2 412 Yards
    Tee #3 379 Yards

    Although it looks appealing to go down the left side, you should drive down the right side, leaving a slightly longer but much easier approach. The two-tiered green is guarded closely on the left by water. This pretty hole offers a good birdie chance.

  • #14

    Hole #14 – 421 YD Par 4 HCP -10

    Tee #1 421 Yards
    Tee #2 396 Yards
    Tee #3 368 Yards

    Do not challenge the right side because the approach from there is much more difficult than the longer, but much more manageable left side. Take an extra club on the uphill approach to a green with significant left to right movement.

  • #15

    Hole #15 – 304 YD Par 4 HCP – 14

    Tee #1 304 Yards
    Tee #2 294 Yards
    Tee #3 272 Yards

    This is the shortest par 4 on the course, but certainly not the easiest. After a solid tee shot, the trouble begins with the short-iron second. Only an accurate approach can find the correct tier on the three-tiered green and avoid the hazard immediately to the left of the green.

  • #16

    Hole #16 – 150 YD Par 3 HCP – 16

    Tee #1 150 Yards
    Tee #2 122 Yards
    Tee #3 109 Yards

    The signature hole at Lost Track is a short par 3 with an island green surrounded by water. Don’t be intimidated by the water. Pick your club, commit to the shot and birdie is certainly possible. Enjoy revisiting 1947 as you walk through the railway car on your way to the green.

  • #17

    Hole #17 – 422 YD Par 4 HCP – 8

    Tee #1 422 Yards
    Tee #2 379 Yards
    Tee #3 359 Yards

    This beautiful hole is best played from the right center of the fairway. The approach is considerably downhill, so be sure to make adjustments. The green slopes from back to front and a back right pin is hard to get to. Make a par and get ready to birdie 18.

  • #18

  • Hole #18 – 524 YD Par 5 HCP – 6

    Tee #1 524 Yards
    Tee #2 502 Yards
    Tee #3 491 Yards

    Go home with a birdie! Drive down the center of the fairway and either lay up 80-90 yards short or smash a long shot onto the green in two. Either way, a four is in the cards. Shake hands with your partners, drive safely and come back and see us again.

Scorecard and Course Info

Par Rating Slope Yardage
Tee #1 72 73.1 135 7,003
Tee #2 72 70.4 126 6,401
Tee #3 72 68.5 124 6,073
Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out*
Tee #1 411 344 432 458 192 433 517 192 594 3573
Tee #2 377 329 412 415 165 380 457 175 563 3273
Tee #3 352 316 392 407 156 356 447 150 544 3120
Par 4 4 4 4 3 4 5 3 5 36
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In*
Tee #1 448 155 573 433 421 304 150 422 524 3451
Tee #2 373 125 525 412 396 294 122 379 502 3128
Tee #3 352 114 509 379 368 272 109 359 491 2953
Par 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 4 5 36