Oak Ford Golf Club
Myrtle Course: 9 holes over 3,404 yards with a par of 35, Palms Course: 9 holes over 3,349 yards with a par of 36, Live Oaks Course: 9 holes over 3,330 yards with a par of 36.
This club has three nine hole courses that are used in three eighteen hole combinations. The Myrtle/Palms Course combination is the most difficult.
The Myrtle Course's hole #6, a 442-yard, par 4, is unique. It has water in front of the tee with a dogleg left fairway. The second shot is usually about 170 yards to a green which is obstructed by trees. These courses have small greens.
The Palms/Live Oaks Course has larger greens. The Palms Course's hole #9, a 329-yard, par 4, requires an approach shot to a partial island green. Hole #4 on the Live Oaks Course is a 232-yard, par 3.
All three of these nine hole courses are distinct in and of themselves, so mastering the combinations will be a true test of golf. Deer, boar and bobcats can be seen on the courses.