Measurements acquired by: Tee Sign
Hole Info. Notes: Updated to reflect new course changes to the front 9, the distances on some of the new layouts are missing until the new tee signs go in with official measurements.
Hole 3 is now a Par 4 and plays along the ridge to the creek ending at old hole 4's tee pad instead of playing to the path behind the pines. Old hole 5 is played as hole 4 proceed along the path and across the street once done on 3. Hole 5 (old hole 6) is still a par 4 (or par 3 if played from the drop zone). Hole 7 (old hole 8) is still a long par 4 but plays to the end of the field by the bridge. New hole 8 plays uphill on the way to crossing the street to 9.
Talks are that in the future the hole numbering will be changed again before the PDGA event in August.