Neepawa Dairy Queen
Great par 4 starting hole. Tee shot should favour right centre of fairway so you have a good look at the green. A deceptive green to putt so take your 4 and run.
Par 4 – 369 Yards
Great par 4! Slight dog-leg left, water winds down the left side of the hole. Drives should favour the right side of the fairway. Long narrow green falls from back to front and
front side. Anything in the middle is perfect but below the hole is the best shot. One last thing, missing the green long puts you in jail, and right makes an extremely hard up and down. Four is a great score.
Par 4 – 382 Yards
Slight dog-leg left, looking from behind the green you will think this the easiest hole on the course. Don’t be fooled, it is one of the best we have. The tee shot is demanding but there is so much room to the right side and the look is better. Have fun with this hole.
Par 4 – 406 Yards
This short par 3 hole favour a shot that lands on the front half of the green. The best shot to have a chance at birdie or par is below the hole. Long is a big mistake and makes for a near impossible up and down.
Par 3 – 148 Yards
Short par 4. Using an iron off the tee is the smart play! You may think you can drive the green but it isn’t worth it – hazard down the left side of the hole, hazard down the right and bunkers added in just for fun. The green is very tough to read and not as receptive as some. Take your 4 here and move on.
Par 4 – 324 Yards
One of our most spectacular holes. Short par 4 that favour a tee shot down the right side of the fairway. From there you have a chance to see the whole green. Take
enough club on your second or third shot as you must carry the water in front and the green is very elevated.
Par 4 – 350 Yards
If nothing else the view from this tee is beautiful! Tee shot should favour right centre of the fairway. Water guards down the left side and in front of the green. This
is usually a three shot hole and a 5 is a great score.
Par 5 – 494 Yards
The angle from the tee box for this hole is so good. Water runs in front off the tee box and left at the green. Take enough club and put a good swing on it. The green holds well and all balls funnel to the front. Great par 3!
Par 3 – 168 Yards
Tee it high let it fly! If you ever have a good chance for birdie this is it. Don’t get caught by the water pond that guards the front left part of the green though. Great short par 5, it has everything: elevation, sand, water. This is a fun hole!
Par 5 – 520 Yards
Long par 5 with lots of room off the tee, so tee it up and let it rip. Your second shot is all uphill and if you get it to the plateau you are in a great position for par. Take more club than you think on all your shots from below the bunkers! The green is very quick and slopes well from the top right to bottom left. Stay below the hole and par is easy. Great par 5!
Par 5 – 520 Yards
You want all your game on this demanding
par 4. Tee Shot should favour the right side of the fairway. Bunkers guard both sides of the fairway in the driver landing zone. Fescue grass right and jail left.
Take lots of club, your 2nd shot has to carry a ditch in front and get to the large elevated green. It’s longer than it looks so don’t be fooled. This is the toughest hole we have. Have fun! Par is a fantastic score!
Par 4 – 432 Yards
Tee shot should always be played to the middle of the green. The green falls from back to front. Short enough par 3 hole but well guarded. Don’t be caught trying to get to those sucker pins. Left side of the green runs away and trees are closer than they appear. Par is a great score.
Par 3 – 152 Yards
This hole has it all — a demanding, elevated tee where you must make a choice, split fairway with water winding through the middle & bunkers framing the green. Your 2nd shot here rivals the anything I’ve seen with a view like no other. Have fun – you will remember this hole.
Par 4 – 394 Yards
This hole plays tougher than it reads. Off the tee, aim to split the bunkers guarding both sides of fairway. Mr. Farough’s birdhouse is a great aiming point. This will set you up with a great angle to the well guarded green. The green is very big so take enough club to fly the large bunker that guards the front of this green.
Par 4 – 378 Yards
There should be one of these on every golf course. 467 yards of fun. The bunker is bigger than it looks and it takes 230 to 250 yards to carry it. Lots of room on the right, but fescue sneaks up if you go too far right. Well-bunkered big green. Keep your long irons, hybrids or fairway woods ready for the second shot. A par here often feels like a birdie.
Par 4 – 462 Yards
Relatively short par 5 but tee shot placement is very important, dogleg right, 4 large bunkers and fescue guarding the right side.OB guards the entire left side of the hole all
the way through but really shouldn’t come into play. Easiest hole to birdie on the back 9, but par is also a great score.
Par 5 – 530 Yards
Take a minute to just look at the view from this elevated tee. This hole favour a tee shot from the centre of the fairway to the right side. This allows a better angle of approach to the green, which is bigger than it looks. Stay below the hole and birdie is possible.
Par 4 – 367 Yards
A par 3 to finish your day. Mid to long iron from the tee to a very long and narrow green. The green is very receptive in the front portion. And OB runs down the entire left side. Green slopes back to front so below the hole is always easier. 3 is good here.
Par 3 – 177 Yards