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DRUMM FARM CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE

DRUMM FARM CHAMPION GOLF COURSE

Drumm Farm Golf Club features a challenging 18-hole Champion golf course available to the public. Measuring 6,590 yards from the Championship tees, the golf course is enjoyable for the novice golfer as well as the expert player. Under the watchful eye of our Grounds Superintendent, Drumm Farm Golf Club continuously ranks as one of the best-conditioned facilities in the tri-state area, which may be the best kept secret in Eastern Jackson County.

Hole Descriptions

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 379
  • 357
  • 338
  • 238
The golf course starts you off with this very generous wide fairway and a very easy par 4 to reach in regulation. Play your tee shot to the left side of the fairway to your best approach yardage. Place your next shot on the green for an easy par if not starting your round with a great birdie.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 444
  • 414
  • 390
  • 292
Depending on the tee you play from, your tee shot needs be very accurate and played to the left side of the fairway to have the best angle to the green. With hazards surrounding the green, your second shot needs be hit accurately to the green. Missing this green can lead to a very frustrating bogey or double bogie. For the player that does not hit as far as others. The best play is to lay up before the creek, knock the short third shot on the green and make your par putt.

PAR: 3

DISTANCE:

  • 202
  • 174
  • 152
  • 104
The first par 3 of the round is a slight downhill tee shot and very makeable par. Try to avoid taking too much club. Hitting over the green, you will find yourself in the woods and a possible lost ball. The best miss is short and left side of the green, avoiding the bunker and woods to the right of the green.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 402
  • 356
  • 334
  • 274
A very flat and generous fairway. Take the driver down the middle and favor the right side to avoid the bunker on the left. Playing the drive to your favorite approach shot will lead to an easy par or birdie.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 460
  • 408
  • 385
  • 358
One of the longer par 4’s on the course. Your drive must be long and accurate to be able to reach this green in 2. For shorter tee shots, your best 2nd shot to get the best score possible is lay up to your best wedge shot, hit on the green and make your par. For longer tee shots. Your 2nd shot should within 150yds or shorter. Make a great approach and you will possibly make a birdie and win a skin.

PAR: 3

DISTANCE:

  • 246
  • 220
  • 198
  • 152
The second par 3, is the longest par 3 no matter what tee you are playing from. A lot of players will hit driver to a long iron to reach this green. As with many long par 3’s, this is one that you will be very excited about your par, and almost guarantee a skin with a birdie.

PAR: 5

DISTANCE:

  • 598
  • 548
  • 533
  • 469
Finally, a par 5, however a very long par 5. This is a definite go for the green in 3 shots hole. Long hitters will struggle to hit this green in two. Even though this is a long par 5, the fairway is very generous. Keep the ball in the fairway and you will give yourself the best chance to make a par on this hole.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 390
  • 364
  • 342
  • 282
Big dog leg hole. For all you Draw hitters this is your hole. Play your drive around the bend, to your best approach shot. Make a great shot to the green for an easy par. Maybe a birdie

PAR: 5

DISTANCE:

  • 516
  • 492
  • 462
  • 396
Bringing to the half way point with a short par 5. With a long drive to a one of the course’s widest fairway, this green will tempt you to go for this green in two. The best play is to lay up at the bottom of the hill in the flat area. This will give you a very easy approach shot to make an easy par or birdie.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 444
  • 414
  • 380
  • 318
You get to start the back nine hitting your tee shot to a very wide fairway. You want to aim and hit your drive to the left side of the fairway for the best to a two-tiered green. Your second shot needs to be on tier the hole is located to have an opportunity to for a great birdie or easy par

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 377
  • 348
  • 298
  • 266
A dog leg left short par 4. For all faders out there, this hole was made for you. Aim and hit your fading drive down the left side and watch land and roll down the fairway for a short shot to the green. Having a downhill second be careful not overshoot the green. This hole is set up for a very attainable par, and not so difficult birdie.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 459
  • 428
  • 412
  • 369
Your drive on this hole needs to be long and straight. The second shot will more than likely be a mid to long iron. Being accurate with your second shot is vital on this hole. Not being on the green or around the green will lead to a bogey or more.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 414
  • 388
  • 359
  • 288
Even though this is not a long par 4. It will play even shorter than it appears. An accurate tee shot will land and roll a good bit towards the green a for a great setup for a short approach shot. Making a good shot will lead to an easy par, or very exciting birdie.

PAR: 3

DISTANCE:

  • 188
  • 168
  • 155
  • 144
A very straight forward par 3. The bunkers on each side of the will come into play if you do not have a good tee shot to the green. Being short of the green for a miss is much better than missing right or left.

PAR: 5

DISTANCE:

  • 534
  • 497
This is a par 5 that needs a great second shot to set yourself up for a good score. Play your second shot to either left or right of the creek. Left side approach is a little more difficult, but each approach shot from either side will set you up for an easy par.

PAR: 4

DISTANCE:

  • 342
  • 320
  • 289
  • 237
A very short par 4. Hitting driver on this hole is not the best idea. Hit your drive to your favorite yardage for your short shot to the green. Landing in the bunker behind the green will make par very difficult.

PAR: 3

DISTANCE:

  • 198
  • 172
  • 146
  • 118
The fourth par 3 will be the narrowest of all your tee shots today. With some very large bunkers on either side of the green and woods on either side of the fairway makes being accurate a necessity on this hole. Being a large green, it very important to pick the right club for your distance. However, just being on the green from the tee shot is the most important shot in this hole.

PAR: 5

DISTANCE:

  • 528
  • 496
  • 470
  • 394
The last hole. If down on your bets, this is great hole to get back even. A par 5 that is reachable in two with great drive. But going for this hole in two is a risk-reward. A creek crossing in front of the green, and woods to the right and left of the green, it takes a very well struck and accurate shot to make the green in two. The best course management is to lay up and hit to the green from favored yardage. Making a par or birdie on last hole will be a great way to end your round.
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