Hole 1: Par 4
A severe dogleg left hole to open your round. Long hitters may try to cut the corner of the dogleg, but be sure to be able to clear the trees beyond the lake to the left of the fairway.
Hole 2: Par 3
A downhill par 3 hole. The green slopes hard from right to left, so it is a real challenge to keep a pitch shot from right of the green on the putting surface.
Hole 3: Par 4
The number one handicap hole for men at Castle Hills is a long par 4 with out of bounds along the entire left side of the hole. The green features a false front and slopes gently from back to front.
Hole 4: Par 4
A rather short par 4 that plays uphill the entire way. Several trees guard the left side of the green, which slopes away from the player for the first two-thirds of the green surface. An accurately-judged approach shot is a must on the fourth hole at Castle Hills.