The Greens of Greenville is an 18 hole public course!
HOLE 1 - Par 4 - 350 Yards:
A good warm up hole with the widest fairway on the course and a large green.
HOLE 2 - Par 3 - 187 Yards:
The first of the three long Par 3's. Don't overshoot!
HOLE 3 - Par 4 - 339 Yards:
Slight dogleg left through the pine trees. Requires an accurate tee shot to set up a short iron hit to the green.
HOLE 4 - Par 4 - 419 Yards:
Long, challenging dogleg left that requires a well placed drive between two fairway bunkers. There are several tough pin placements on the green with slopes front to back and left to right.
HOLE 5 - Par 3 - 204 Yards:
Difficult par 3 requiring a long iron or wood. Trees to the right and out of bounds to the left paired with 3 challenging bunkers make this hole a challenge.
HOLE 6 - Par 5 - 488 Yards:
The first par 5, a birdie is possible with a solid drive and accurate approach. Big numbers are possible with out of bounds to the left and water hazards to the right.
HOLE 7 - Par 4 - 307 Yards:
Shorter dogleg right, only the longest of hitters dare to cut the corner to threaten the green, which is closely guarded by three bunkers in front.
HOLE 8 - Par 4 - 380 Yards:
Long dogleg left, long drivers can flirt with the left side of the fairway, but shorter players need to approach from the right side in order to have an angle at the green.
HOLE 9 - Par 5 - 503 Yards:
Two good shots at this uphill par 5 should leave players an uphill shot to a green that slopes strongly back to front. If players want a good chance at birdie, it is of critical importance they leave themselves an uphill putt.
HOLE 10 - Par 4 - 426 Yards:
One of the toughest test on the golf course, players have to hit the ball both long and straight, narrowly avoiding trees to the right, to have any kind of approach angle.
HOLE 11 - Par 4 - 340 Yards:
11 leaves golfers with a dilemma, either to play a fairway wood safely to the center of the fairway, leaving a mid- to short-iron shot approach, or to challenge the tall pine trees and pond on the left with a draw that could leave them within 80 yards of the green.
HOLE 12 - Par 3 - 208 Yards:
The last of the long par 3’s, golfers need to hit an accurate long iron or wood to safely hit this large but challenging green.
HOLE 13 - Par 4 - 381 Yards:
A dogleg right par 4 with a downhill approach. Approach shots shouldn’t go long.
HOLE 14 - Par 4 - 386 Yards:
A longer dogleg left with an uphill approach to an elevated green guarded by two bunkers in front.
HOLE 15 - Par 5 - 471 Yards:
One of the more accessible par 5’s, golfers have a chance to hit the green in two with an accurate drive.
HOLE 16 - Par 3 - 159 Yards:
There are two different tee positions on this signature par 3. One played from about 140 yards directly level with the green. The other plays from about 160 yards and offers golfers a slightly downhill look at the pin. Both require accurate short-to-mid iron shots over a scenic pond.
HOLE 17 - Par 4 - 304 Yards:
This final, shorter par 4 should be played differently depending on the pin. A middle or back pin allows golfers to launch the ball as far as they want, hoping to hit a short pitch to the elevated green that runs front to back and right to left to sink a birdie putt. If the pin is in front, however, it is probably best to leave a full shot over the steep bunker in front and two bunkers left and right that guard the green.
HOLE 18 - Par 5 - 486 Yards:
A long drive to the right side of the fairway allows golfers a tempting chance to try the green in two. Golfers short or wayward will need to put the ball back into play between 100 and 150 yards out. This difficult green has a false front that sends shorter balls running right back off it.