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River Run Golf Course

Tee Par Yardage Rating Slope
Junior 72 6,044 69.5 125
Forward 72 5,027 69.9 123
Club 72 5,927 69.8 124
Member 72 6,501 71.4 133
 Medal 72 6,847 73.3 136
Championship  72 7,317 75.9 141

     

Hole No. 1
Par 4, handicap 17
The first is a short par-4 measuring 407 yards from the Championship tees, and 370 yards from the Medal tees. Water runs down the left side of the hole and turns in front of the green for the player to carry on the second shot.

Hole No. 2
Par 5, Handicap 12
The second hole is a short, dogleg right par-5 that measures 527 yards from the Championship tees and 515 yards from the Medal tees. It does play a little uphill, so it is reachable in two only for the big hitters.

Hole No. 3
Par 4, Handicap 8
This hole is a challenging 416 yard par 4 from the Championship tees and 397 yards from the Medal tees. The ideal tee shot is to the left center of the fairway, coming to rest on the flat top.

Hole No. 4
Par 3, Handicap 18
This downhill hole is the easiest hole on the golf course. It plays 163 yards from the Championship tees and 150 yards from the Medal tees. The green is protected with a bunker on the front right edge.

Hole No. 5
Par 4, Handicap 4
This hole measures 440 yards from the Championship tees. The landing area in this fairway is quite generous, but you may find yourself in the fairway bunker. A tee shot that finds the fairway will have a good opportunity at making par here.

Hole No. 6
Par 5, Handicap 10
This par 5 is 537 yards from the Championship tees and 508 yards from the Medal tees. This dogleg right par 5 can be reached in two, provided the player’s tee shot can cut the corner and find the fairway.

Hole No. 7
Par 4, Handicap 5
This hole measures 455 yards from the Championship tees and is a difficult hole requiring not only an accurate tee shot, but also good distance. A good tee shot will leave the player about 160 yards from the green.

Hole No. 8
Par 3, Handicap 16
This hole plays 192 yards from the Championship tees and 178 yards from the Medal tees. There is a lateral water hazard that runs down the left side of the hole, and the green is well bunkered on the left.

Hole No. 9
Par 4, Handicap 6
From the Championship tee, the par-4 ninth measures 414 yards. It calls for a tee shot placed on the right side of the fairway, avoiding the fairway bunker that guards this side. A medium iron approach must avoid the two bunkers surrounding the green.

Hole No. 10
Par 4, Handicap 11
Hole 10 is a short hole playing 428 yards from the Championship tees. A good drive will put a wedge in the player’s hand for the approach shot to a two-tiered green that is protected by bunkers on the front right and back left.

Hole No. 11
Par 4, Handicap 9
This hole is a dogleg right where a fairway wood off the tee is a smart play. This will leave a short iron into a green that is blind from the fairway and guarded by one bunker up front. The green is fairly generous, but runs away from the player.

Hole No. 12
Par 5, Handicap 13
The tee shot must be played down the left side of the fairway, due to the slope from left to right. The approach shot can be tricky. The closer you get to the green, the more of a downhill slope you may find. A par is a great score here.

Hole No. 13
Par 4, Handicap 5
This tee shot needs to favor the left side of the fairway to stay out of the creek that runs from the left of the green, parallels the fairway near the landing area and turns to the right into the woods.

Hole No. 14
Par 3, Handicap 17
This is the last chance for a breather. This tee shot is slightly uphill with bunkers protecting the green on the front left and back center. A tee shot played to the center of the green should ensure a par.

Hole No. 15
Par 4, Handicap 3
This is the beginning of the end. The four strongest finishing holes in the Charlotte area await. Bring your "A" game. A bunker sits to the right of the fairway to help frame the hole for your tee shot.

Hole No. 16
Par 4, Handicap 1
This is the premier hole on the golf course. The tee shot must be struck solidly to get into position for the uphill approach shot to this well-bunkered green. The approach shot will be played from approximately 180 yards and must be struck well.

Hole No. 17
Par 3, Handicap 15
This tee shot requires a long iron or fairway wood to a green guarded by two bunkers front right and one bunker back left. With the undulations on this green, a two-putt is not guaranteed. Par is a great score.

Hole No. 18
Par 5, Handicap 7
This is a great risk/reward hole. If the tee shot is played down the right side of the fairway and stays out of the water, going for this green in two is a possibility. Otherwise, the smart play is to lay up to about 100 yards.