Number two is a 194 yard par three. Down hill tee shot to a medium sized green protected by bunkers left and right.

The green features a mild tier making the back a bit higher than the front.

Water hazards are all along the 405 yard, par four, fourth hole.

If you are thinking you can hit it over the lake you are correct...the bad news? There are two ponds that you can't see from the tee just on the other side of the lake. Pretty hole!

How tough is this drive going to be when the trees on the left mature...

Water hazards are all along the 405 yard, par four, fourth hole.
Number five is one of the more open holes at Old Capitol. One of only six holes without a water feature.

Straight away 375 yard par four birdie hole.

Number five does have one of the larger greens on the course and it is well protected by sand bunkers.
The sixth is a straight away, up hill, 519 yard par five.

This one is reachable, but you will find some difficulty on and around the undulating green.

Here is one of the new holes (2005) at Old Capital.

The eigth is now a 530 yard par five with a great risk/reward for those of you that would like to have a go at it in two.

The fairway is pretty spacious, so you can have a rip off the tee.

The inset is the green area.

Another new hole.

The ninth is a 426 yard par four with a water fall.

The green is well above the fairway lending difficulty to the approach shot.

Please do not hit from the petunias!

Number 14 is a 188 yard par three. Large green that falls away back left...where this pin is.

Beauty and difficulty abound!