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Hole #1
Taking a few steps from the clubhouse you begin your round with what looks like an easy par but can quickly turn into a scramble for bogey. Mature trees on the left and water on the right border the zoysia fairway to a wide yet shallow sloping green with a sand bunker front right.

Hole #2
This par 4 is the lowest handicapped hole on the front 9 with a slight dogleg to the right. A lake creates an obstacle for your drive. This green is the trickiest on the course and its undulations provide a variety of challenging pin placements.

Hole #3
This par 4 boasts an open fairway with a line of trees on the right that runs parallel to Hole #1. There are mounds guarding the green on both sides.

Hole #4
This picturesque hole is shortest of the par 3’s, unless you are playing from the blue tees. Water plays a factor in your tee shot from an elevated tee box as you hit downhill to green. This hole boasts several hole-in-ones.

Hole #5
This par 5 is a great birdie opportunity. The hole is a classic risk/reward where a player can choose to carry the dogleg over large trees that line the fairway or play safely as a lay up. A big hitter can reach this large green in two.

Hole #6
A good drive can put you next to the green on this par 4, with a 90 degree dogleg right. However, be sure to avoid the bunker guarding the right side of the green with a large slope toward the back of green making your approach accuracy a must.

Hole #7
This par 3 is deceptive. With a front right sand bunker a greenie is not a given. Pars are not always as easy as they appear.

Hole #8
This par 4 is a sports a dogleg right. With a large green sandwiched between two mounds. A birdie could win a skin on this hole.

Hole #9
Finishing the front nine with this par 4 your driver may not be necessary unless you are cutting the woods. Due to the slope of the fairway playing the ball left of center is wise choice. The green has substantial undulations making a 2 putt often a challenge.

Hole #10
Starting the back nine you have a difficult par 3, which requires a well-placed tee shot to a large green. This elevated green is guarded on the right and left by bunkers making the only safe miss being short of the green.

Hole #11
This par 4 is the number one handicap hole on the course. There is plenty of trouble lurking due to the triple threat of water, mounds, and woods. A well positioned drive is essential to approach the tight elevated green.

Hole #12
This par 4 has a short dogleg right with a sloping fairway left that can get you in trouble. A well hit drive can clear the trees with accuracy being more important than length.

Hole #13
One of the more challenging par 4 holes with a tough 90 degree dogleg right. A player can choose to carry the dogleg over large trees that line the fairway or play safely. An ideal safe tee shot is right of center at about 165 yards. However, players who take the safe route require a long iron to reach the green in regulation.

Hole #14
This shorter par 4 has a generous straight fairway that stretches the length of the hole. It is potentially a drivable par 4, a ball that fades right could get you in trouble.

Hole #15
This par 3 boasts the most hole-in-ones on the course. A down hill green nestled with oaks behind the green, sand bunkers and sparkling water on the right make this a beautiful setting.

Hole #16
You can get a shot back on this short par 5 although it can be one of the hardest holes on the back nine. Grip and rip a driver over the water to a dogleg left making sure to not draw the ball out of bounds.

Hole #17
A shot to this challenging short par 3 is usually accompanied with tricky wind conditions. The green slopes dramatically ensuring that this par 3 is not to be taken lightly.

Hole #18
A great hole to finish your round this par 5 challenges golfers of all abilities. With out of bounds stakes that guard the left and woods to the right, a well placed tee shot is essential.

Thank you for playing Warrenton Golf Course. We look forward to seeing you again.

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