Lone Pine Golf Course is a challenging golf course, but will reward good shots. The fairways are generally narrow and the greens are small, but with good course management you should have no problem shooting low scores here at Lone Pine. Be sure not to get overly aggressive on the par 4s and enjoy writing down low numbers on your card.
Below is a look at each hole with a detailed description. It should give you a little insight on what to expect before you get out on the course. It may even give you the edge over your friends and help you to win, so be sure to read through all of them. Simply click on the image next to the hole number to open up a larger image of that hole. Enjoy your day at Lone Pine Golf Course!
Par 4 Blue 275, White 260, Red 250
The first hole at Lone Pine is a short and narrow par 4. Driver is not needed and using an iron or fairway wood is the smart play. The green is sloped from front to back and plenty of room around the green for wayward shots. Birdie is definitely a possibility so get your round started on the right track!!
Par 3 Blue 170, White 155, Red 145
The second hole at Lone Pine is a down hill medium length par three. Approach shots must be very accurate for this elevated green. Shots missing the green will roll off into ball collection areas. Missing long brings in double bogey possibility while staying short still gives you a chance at par.
Par 4 Blue 295, White 275, Red 260
Hole 3 is a short par 4 giving players an opportunity at birdie. However a lake is located just off the green catching any balls going left. Keep your drive and second shot down the right side and you will be rewarded with a par or birdie.
Par 3 Blue 150, White 135, Red 130
The fourth hole at Lone Pine is a medium length par three with water on the left. A smart shot is aimed at the right side of this fairly flat green. Missing long or left will surely put a big number on your scorecard early in the round. Play to the right and you will leave this hole with a smile.
Par 3 Blue 160, White 150, Red 140
The fifth hole is a par 3 with trees all the way down the left side. Once again missing to the right will avoid any trouble. The green slopes front to back and a well struck shot will give any golfer a terrific birdie opportunity.
Par 4 Blue 355, White 345, Red 335
Hole 6 is the second longest par 4 on the golf course. The fairway is narrow and requires a long and straight tee shot. Once you’re in the fairway the approach shot is fairly easy. Make birdie here!!
Par 3 Blue 115, White 105, Red 100
Hole 7 is a short par three which gives golfers an opportunity at birdie. However a missed shot to the left and you’re surely to make bogey or worse. Keep your shots on the green or to the right for best results.
Par 3 Blue 180, White 170, Red 160
Hole 8 is the second longest par 3 on the golf course measuring just under 200 yards. This tee shot demands length and accuracy to reach the green. The green is undulating leaving golfers breaking putts. The eighth hole is a tough par but it can be done.
Par 3 Blue 280, White 270, Red 265
Is a short par 4 with trouble lurking on misses to the right and left. A long straight drive and you will be thinking birdie. Any second shots going over the green will find the parking lot. Keep approach shots short and you will finish the front nine on a good note.
Par 3 Blue 145, White 135, Red 130
This short par three gives golfers an opportunity to start the back nine off with a par. The fairway and green is flat giving golfers a chance to make that birdie or par putt. A big green welcomes tee shots on the 10th hole.
Par 4 Blue 305, White 295, Red 285
The 11th hole is a par 4 with a narrow shoot off the tee box. The fairway opens up starting about 100 yards off the tee. Tee shots should favor the right side for best angle to approach the green. This green slopes from left to right.
Par 3 Blue 195, White 180, Red 175
Longest par 3 on the course measuring just over 200 yards. The green slopes from front to back which helps hold shots onto the green. Around the green is fairly open with a few trees short left. Anything on or close to this green is a good tee shot and a great chance at par.
Par 4 Blue 370, White 360, Red 352
The 13th hole is a dog leg left par 4. Shots landing in the fairway will be on a side hill lie on this slopey fairway. With trees left, favor the right side of the fairway and green. Two good shots and you will have a great birdie opportunity!
Par 3 Blue 165, White 158, Red 153
The 14th hole is a challenging par 3 with water down the right side and trees to the left. Hitting this small green is very difficult, which makes this hole dangerous with all the trouble lurking. Good Luck!
Par 4 Blue 340, White 332, Red 327
The 15th hole is a par 4 with a wide fairway. However, if you miss this wide fairway you will find yourself in some of the thickest trees on the course. The green is slightly elevated and missing to the right is big trouble. Hit the green or miss to the left and you will make birdie or par.
Par 4 Blue 300, White 293, Red 288
The 16th hole is a narrow par 4 with trees lined down the fairway. About 200 yards off the tee there is a little drop off in the fairway giving players extra roll. Approach shots going long and left will find the water. Bailing out short and to the right is the safe play. The green is very undulated so be sure to hit your approach shot on the correct tier.
Par 3 Blue 150, White 145, Red 140
The 17th hole is a par 3 with many bumps and valleys between the tee box and green. This hole is beautiful to look at and even more fun to play. A well struck shot will be on the green, while any miss will find the valleys. The green is small and flat giving you a great opportunity to sink that putt.
Par 3 Blue 170, White 165, Red 160
The final hole at Lone Pine Golf Club demands accuracy. There are trees and moguls to the right of the green. Golfers missing to the right will have a tough time saving par.