|We may not be able to provide all the proper yardages for holes pictured due to the fact that the course routing was changed and the scorecard was printed before the changes. Having said that, this is number one which is a 417 yard par four. Nice straight forward design.|
|The fifth hole at Hidden Cove is a 545 yard par five.
This is the typical rolling terrain found on numerous holes at Hidden Cove.
It's a long way up that hill for your second and third shots.
Just past the fairway bunker on the right, you can lay up to a nice flat fairway area, but the shot does require some accuracy. The lay up leaves you about 115 yards.
|The ninth is a 375 yard, dogleg right par four.
You want to be thinking birdie here!
|Here is the 538 yard, dogleg left 12th hole.
The inset shows the tough drive from an elevated tee.
Left is death on just about every shot.
They have some great par fives.
|15 is a 188 yard par three.
That green is bigger than it looks from the tee box.
Back left pin placements fall away from the tee shot.
Tougher than it looks.
|16 is a 647 yard par five with a plethora of massive bunkers.
We felt that given the yardage, this many bunkers was a bit penal, but they were probably protecting the road to the right and there is a gracious amount of fairway.
Did I mention it's 647 yards long!
Tiger proof right here in Kentucky!
|Looking back 14.|
|17 is another example of a good straight forward course design found at Hidden Cove.
432 yard par four.