A par 32, 2080 yard test, the oak course is a favorite amongst the staff at Oak Gables.
Its variety of Par 3 holes gives the golfer a chance to use all the clubs in their bag. The stretch of par 3 holes tests the short game as well as the long irons where precision is crucial.
If you can survive the difficult dog leg par 5 first hole you know you are on your way to a great round and even better day!
Perhaps the most scenic and diverse nine, the Maple Course offers a great variety of holes. Manage to navigate your way around the 2 ponds on hole #1 and you will be a leg up on your competition for the day!
The 3rd hole offers a rare but exciting chance to make a birdie with an exciting slope that pushes your ball towards the green. As you complete the 5th hole you will find yourself with an enjoyable walk (or ride) down the scenic slope to the 6th where our “valley holes” great you.
Perhaps our fan favorite hole is the 7th on the maple. A short par 4 with a tricky green allows the hope of a birdie while punishing those who take it for granted. The par 5 finishing hole offers a relaxing finish to the longer hitters.
The Pine Course is the favorite of the long hitters at Oak Gables. With 1 par 5 and 4 par 4 holes it allows the big hitters to let it rip and at times go for the green.
The undulating fairways offer interesting lies and scenarios to challenge all golfers. With a couple of blind shots on holes 7 and 8, course knowledge plays a role in any successful round.
Short par 3 holes 5 and 9 offer the golfer a chance to make up for any mistakes made with the chance of making a par or even a birdie.
The biggest challenge on Pine comes on the uphill par 3 #6. A long iron or even a wood is required to even come close to the green in regulation.