Chantilly National Golf Course

# 1 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 13 Women's 13

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 408

BLUE 398

WHITE 381

ORANGE 381

GREEN 335

LIGHT BLUE 335

YELLOW 289

Pro Tips

A mid-length par 4 that requires an accurate tee shot to have a chance for a birdie. Avoid the two fairway bunkers guarding both the right and left sides of the fairway. Big hitters can carry the fairway bunker on the right while putting the left fairway bunker in play. Play your drive down the right-center of the fairway to have a short to mid-iron into the gently sloping green. Avoid the greenside bunkers on the left or right or you will have a difficult attempt to get up and down to save your par.

# 2 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 9 Women's 11

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 376

BLUE 361

WHITE 335

ORANGE 335

GREEN 310

LIGHT BLUE 310

YELLOW 258

Pro Tips

The shortest par 4 on the course, but don’t let the distance fool you! A precise tee shot to the right-center of the fairway avoids a tree in the left rough that can make for a tricky approach shot. The key to the second shot is playing to the front third of this green as the back third of the green slopes away from your incoming approach shot causing many a great approach shot to roll of the back of the green.

# 3 /

Par: 5

Handicaps:
Men's 11 Women's 7

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 534

BLUE 526

WHITE 513

ORANGE 463

GREEN 463

LIGHT BLUE 463

YELLOW 427

Pro Tips

This par 5 may be reachable for some long hitters. Fairway bunkers can come into play off the tee on the right and left. Play your drive down the right-center of the fairway. A well-played second shot is key to avoid a giant oak tree that guards the left side of the green. The green is protected in front by a bunker and has severe sloping at the front and back that will feed even the best-played approach shots off of the green.

# 4 /

Par: 3

Handicaps:
Men's 15 Women's 15

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 196

BLUE 186

WHITE 179

ORANGE 179

GREEN 172

LIGHT BLUE 139

YELLOW 139

Pro Tips

The wind can create a par 3 with multiple personalities here. Gauge the wind correctly and a generous putting surface awaits. Par is a great score on this hole.

# 5 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 5 Women's 5

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 422

BLUE 402

WHITE 390

ORANGE 350

GREEN 350

LIGHT BLUE 297

YELLOW 297

Pro Tips

A slightly uphill tee shot is what you will find here. Avoid the fairway bunker on the right and use the slope of the fairway to kick your ball down the fairway leaving a short iron approach into the green. The right side of the green is guarded by a greenside bunker. It can be difficult to get close to the pin on your approach shot, depending upon where the pin placement is.

# 6 /

Par: 5

Handicaps:
Men's 1 Women's 7

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 525

BLUE 510

WHITE 497

ORANGE 497

GREEN 462

LIGHT BLUE 415

YELLOW 415

Pro Tips

An accurate tee shot is required on this Par 5 especially if you are looking to go for it in two – hitting the left-center of the fairway here is a must! Setting yourself up for your third shot is key as the fairway runs out just shy of 100 yards from the green. Deep greenside bunkers protect this smaller green that is sloped from back to front.

# 7 /

Par: 3

Handicaps:
Men's 17 Women's 17

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 193

BLUE 179

WHITE 170

ORANGE 137

GREEN 137

LIGHT BLUE 137

YELLOW 131

Pro Tips

Club selection on this par 3 is key. The hole tends to look shorter from the elevated tee but play too far right or left and the golfer finds sand. Too deep and they will have a difficult downhill chip to the hole. Smart golfers play to the middle and hope for a two-putt par.

# 8 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 1 Women's 3

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 460

BLUE 437

WHITE 425

ORANGE 397

GREEN 387

LIGHT BLUE 342

YELLOW 337

Pro Tips

Hole #8 starts a four-hole stretch that our Members affectionately call the “Chantilly Mile.” The longest par 4 on the course requires two good shots to hit the green. Your drive must miss fairway bunkers guarding both the right and left sides. This hole has a medium-sized, well-bunkered green that is very difficult to read.

# 9 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 3 Women's 9

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 454

BLUE 420

WHITE 425

ORANGE 397

GREEN 387

LIGHT BLUE 342

YELLOW 319

Pro Tips

The second-longest Par 4 at Chantilly requires a good drive off the tee. Avoid the left side of the hole as it will make your approach into this hole even longer. Play your drive down the right-center of the fairway, since the fairway should feed to the left. Big hitters will challenge the fairway bunker to the right, leaving a much shorter approach if you find the fairway on the other side. A well-played second shot doesn’t necessarily leave the player with a good birdie opportunity as this green includes a false front and, depending on the pin location, some very difficult putts.

# 10 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 6 Women's 4

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 422

BLUE 404

WHITE 388

ORANGE 356

GREEN 356

LIGHT BLUE 322

YELLOW 296

Pro Tips

The back nine welcomes golfers with a beautiful but demanding dogleg-left par 4. Place your tee shot between the left and right fairway bunkers, though big hitters can cut the dogleg by challenging the left fairway bunker, leaving a short iron-to-wedge approach to the green. Avoid going left as Lake Chantilly awaits to collect errant shots.

# 11 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 2 Women's 14

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 452

BLUE 439

WHITE 407

ORANGE 365

GREEN 365

LIGHT BLUE 365

YELLOW 299

Pro Tips

Tee box selection is critical on the last hole of the “Chantilly Mile.” The Black and Blue tee boxes make the hole dogleg left with a difficult tee shot that requires the golfer to negotiate a portion of Lake Chantilly. More forward tees make this hole a demanding straight-away par 4. Trees down the right side of the fairway and Lake Chantilly to the left make accuracy a must on your tee shot here. Find the fairway and a large green awaits your approach shot.

# 12 / / Signature Hole

Par: 3

Handicaps:
Men's 12 Women's 18

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 222

BLUE 192

WHITE 187

ORANGE 187

GREEN 163

LIGHT BLUE 102

YELLOW 102

Pro Tips

Chantilly’s Signature Hole - This par 3 is set on the bottom side of Lake Chantilly and plays over the creek that is created by the lake's spillway. A tree guards the right side of this generous green that slopes from back to front. The large green makes three putting a possibility.

# 13 /

Par: 5

Handicaps:
Men's 8 Women's 12

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 568

BLUE 525

WHITE 521

ORANGE 458

GREEN 458

LIGHT BLUE 458

YELLOW 417

Pro Tips

Big drivers can try to unleash one here. Play to the left-center of the fairway off the tee of this monster par 5 for a better angle on your second shot. Big hitters can carry it over the hill of the landing area leaving them with an opportunity for reaching the green in two. The smart play is laying up to just past the dogleg for your second shot, leaving you a wedge into this green. The green has a large mound in the back of it making back pin locations difficult to putt to.

# 14 /

Par: 3

Handicaps:
Men's 18 Women's 16

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 193

BLUE 146

WHITE 138

ORANGE 138

GREEN 130

LIGHT BLUE 108

YELLOW 108

Pro Tips

The shortest par 3 here can play both easy and hard depending on your tee shot. The green is protected in front by three large bunkers that gobble up tee shots that were not struck properly. Fly the ball too deep into the green and your ball will roll off the back of a green that slopes away from you. The easiest hole on the golf course by handicap but be careful! There are a number of difficult pin placements that could stretch that birdie into a bogie.

# 15 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 10 Women's 2

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 392

BLUE 382

WHITE 368

ORANGE 368

GREEN 317

LIGHT BLUE 291

YELLOW 291

Pro Tips

Trees line both sides of the entire length of this par 4. A generous fairway allows you to “grip it and rip it.” Fairway bunkers guard the right side. The key to this hole is a successful uphill approach shot to a well-guarded green. Play enough club to get to the center for a chance at par.

# 16 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 4 Women's 8

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 448

BLUE 417

WHITE 401

ORANGE 401

GREEN 365

LIGHT BLUE 315

YELLOW 315

Pro Tips

Hole location will dramatically dictate which side of the fairway you will favor with your tee shot. Trees line both sides of the fairway again making finding the fairway here key to a successful approach shot to a severely sloped green. Par here is a good score.

# 17 /

Par: 5

Handicaps:
Men's 14 Women's 6

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 530

BLUE 501

WHITE 486

ORANGE 486

GREEN 445

LIGHT BLUE 437

YELLOW 384

Pro Tips

The tee shot on this par five is best kept to the left side of the fairway. Only the longest hitters can reach this green in two, but they must avoid a fairway bunker 60 yards short of the green and a deep greenside bunker to reach the front of the green. The smart play is laying back to a comfortable wedge shot to a relative large flat green.

# 18 /

Par: 4

Handicaps:
Men's 16 Women's 10

Yardage by Tee:

BLACK 406

BLUE 365

WHITE 344

ORANGE 284

GREEN 284

LIGHT BLUE 284

YELLOW 265

Pro Tips

The home hole is a gentle dogleg right par 4. The drive is played over a marsh area before the start of the fairway. The smart play on this hole is playing a tee shot to the landing area on the top plateau of the fairway. This leaves a short iron to wedge approach to the green. Big hitters will be tempted to carry the right fairway bunkers leaving a much shorter approach. Miss the fairway here and par is no easy score. The generously sized green allows for a number of pin placements. And if negotiating this finishing hole is not hard enough - did we mention the added pressure of everyone dining on the patio watching you finish your round.