Typical Donald Ross start. Straightforward and evident to the golfer eye, No. 1 allows the player a good chance for a pleasant start to their round. Missing the trap in the front left if the key.
Short but tricky Par 4. Driving accuracy is a must in that the golfer must avoid out-of-bounds on the left and the woods on the right. No. 2 green is protected by bunkers on both the right and left.
Dog leg left Par 4 which forces the golfer to cut the corner as close as possible without hitting the big tree. The 2nd shot approach brings the golfer a scenic view of the clubhouse.
Uphill Par 3. The key to this hole is to avoid the 2 monstrous traps that protect the right and left sides of the green. Beware of the back right pin location.
One of the most difficult challenges at TVGC. This dog leg to the right Par 4 forces golfers to hit a drive that avoids out-of-bounds on the left and the water and trees to the right. This 2nd shot is uphill to the largest green at TVGC. Par is an excellent score.
The straight forward Par 5 provides a good scoring opportunity for golfers. The tee shot is wide open and could give the long hitter a chance to reach the green in 2. For golfers laying up, they must avoid the trap about 40 yards to the left and avoid going long over the green at all cost.
This multi-tier Par 3 provides another test for the golfer at TVGC. This 165 yard hold is guarded by a bunker on the left. Any shot not carrying to the top tier will roll off the green forcing golfers to be creative with their short game in trying to make par. Any shot long brings a bogey or worse into play.
This slopping dog leg to the right Par 5 requires accuracy on all facets of the game. The tee shot must miss the big tree guarding the right side of the fairway. For the 2nd shot golfers need to favor the left side of the hole as the course slopes sharply to the right. A bunker protects the right side of the green and any shot missed to the left can cause a problem.
The Par 4 ninth requires a straight tee shot slightly favoring the right side of the fairway. Aim at the flag pole in the distance. The 2nd shot to the green is protected by bunkers in both the right and left front of the green be leery of any pin placement on the left side of the green.
This dog leg to the left Par 4 requires about a 175 yard lay-up shot. The green for the slightly uphill 2nd shot is guarded by bunkers on both the right and left. The green which rolls from back to front can be deceiving. Beware of back left pin location.
This uphill dog leg left Par 4 places an emphasis on both the tee shot and approach shot to the hole. The tee shot must avoid Tucker’s Hollow to the right and woods to the left. The 2nd shot must carry both the trap and grass trap on the right side on this sloping green. Players playing the back tees will face much longer challenges.
One of the intimidating Par 3 in the area. This downhill 150 yard hole presents many obstacles for golfers. This hole is protected by bunkers on both the right and left side of this long, narrow green. Any misses to the left can cause major headaches for the golfer. Par is a good score.
Uphill dog leg to the left Par 5 is one of the most under rated holes at TVGC. The tee shot requires a slight draw between 2 sets of wooded areas into a landing area that slopes from right to left. For most players the 2nd shot needs to be laid up in front of a monstrous bunker about 80 yards short of the green. The green is protected by a bunker on the right and left front.
Short straight Par 3 that is protected by 3 bunkers around the green and out of bounds behind the putting surface. Wind can play a major role in club selection and golfers need to be weary of the back right pin location.
Dog leg to the left Par 5. The tee shot must avoid the bunker on the left and wooded area on the right. The 2nd shot goes slightly downhill to a green that has 3 bunkers protecting the putting surface. Any shot over this wide green can cause major problems for the player. Good scoring opportunity.
Another major challenge at TVGC. A tee shot of roughly 190 yards is needed to lay up to the flat part of the most narrow fairway at TVGC. The 2nd shot is downhill over water to a wide green with many tricky pin locations. Any shot short, long and right could have difficult consequences. Par is an excellent score. Back tees face more challenges.
A straight Par 4. The tee shot needs to avoid the wooded areas on both the right and left. The 2nd shot usually requires a short shot to the green with 2 tiers. Much like many holes at TVGC, long is usually bad news for the golfer. Players playing back tees can see other challenges.
Uphill Par 4 coming into the clubhouse. The tee shot on this finishing hole must avoid fairway bunker on both the left and right side. The 2nd shot is uphill to a green protected by troubling bunkers on the right and front. The 18th green, which rolls from back to front can cause major issues for the golfer. Any back pin location will definitely challenge the player.