Hole by Hole
Seguin Valley Golf Course is part of a spectacular northern wilderness property that features several ponds, lakes, rocky ridges, creeks and wetlands. The course measures from 4,445 to 6,795 yards with multiple changes in elevation throughout the layout. Six tee decks per hole allows players of all skill levels to equally enjoy the beauty and challenge of the golf course.
In just one word ‘spectacular!’
Virtual tours of our 18 unforgettable signature holes
Par 5 – 389 to 544 yards
Generous landing areas on this opening par-5 reward conservative play with an easy par, while aggressive tee shots will bring the pond on the left into play. A three-bunker complex patrols short right of the green, while a single small trap guards the front left. As with many green sites at Seguin Valley, trouble lurks on shots that airmail the putting surface—in this case a grassy marsh.
Par 4 – 232 to 390 yards
Leave the driver in the bag, as the further you go, the more blind your approach shot over a large swale to the flag. Leaving yourself a 120- to 130-yard approach will provide a flattish lie and mostly unobscured view
of the green, which slopes back to front. There’s very little room to miss either left or right, however. A deep bunker guards the front right, although it often saves many a ball from bounding right and into the woods.
Par 4 – 273 to 398 yards
There’s a premium on finding the short grass off the tee, since layups will have to be worked into a thin neck of fairway. A thumb of fairway sits beyond the rock outcropping on the left, but since there’s a
marsh beyond that, players are advised to target the right side with their drives. A rock formation means trouble short and right of this raised green, which topples away in all directions, but there is room to bail out on the left. The putting surface is two-tiered —right to left—so hitting the proper side is essential.
Par 3 – 102 to 188 yards
This hole plays half a club less. There is more trouble behind the green than in the front.
Par 5 – 420 to 605 yards
Favour the left side of the fairway with your tee shot, as the fairway slopes to the right. From 150 yards in, take an extra club.
Par 4 – 262 to 391 yards
The longer your drive, the easier your second shot will be. Right centre of the fairway is ideal.
Par 3 – 83 to 212 yards
Take an extra two clubs and hit it smooth. A quick prayer before you tee it up never hurts.
Par 4 – 305 to 418 yards
Favour the right side of the fairway with your tee shot. Your approach shot should finish short of the pin.
Par 4 – 238 to 469 yards
A good drive is played down the left side. Play your approach shot to the left side of the green.
Par 4 – 402 to 578 yards
Play it as a three shot par 5. Some good advice to stay out of trouble. Avoid the right. Avoid the left. You know what? Just keep it down the centre.
Par 4 – 227 to 314 yards
Be smart when playing this hole. Avoid the temptation to go for the green.
Par 3 – 118 to 184 yards
This is the highest point of the golf course. You need an extra club to reach the green.
Par 4 – 215 to 334 yards
A 3 wood off the tee is a good choice. An extra club on your approach shot will help get you to the green.
Par 3 – 87 to 238 yards
The hole has a large, two tier green. It is important to land your tee shot on the right level.
Par 4 – 221 to 321 yards
Tee shots landing left of the fairway will kick into the hazard. Going for the green with your tee shot is not a wise choice.
Par 4 – 277 to 398 yards
An accurate tee shot to the middle of the fairway leaves you with an approach shot uphill that requires an extra 2 clubs.
Par 4 – 290 to 377 yards
A short, narrow hole. Choose the club that will keep you in play. Play your approach shot short of the pin and laugh at your buddy who doesn’t.
Par 4 – 123 to 255 yards
A drive to the middle of the fairway is critical. Take an extra half club for your approach shot and favour the right side of the green.