“Bring it Home”, our finishing hole requires a short carry over the creek off the tee. It seems that the ball must be carried much further than it actually is because of this naturalized area.
The 17th hole is one that was designed with the idea that “What you see is what you get” in mind. The hole is right in front of you with no real shortcuts. A solid tee shot into the prevailing wind should set the player up for a straight forward approach to the green.
The 16th hole is the longest par 3 at the club. It plays from 166 yards at the Ivory markers to 242 yards (Black Tees) uphill to an elevated green. The sheer length of the hole can be intimidating from the tee.
Thomas McBroom really left his mark at Ambassador on our 15th hole. Our signature hole at Ambassador is the ultimate risk/reward golf hole. A drivable Par 4! Picturesque from the tee, this dog leg left sports a continuous bunker and water running down the left side.
The 14th hole is a tricky par three playing from 158 yards to 237 yards from the championship tees. A large man-made lake comes into play from the left side as you try to hit the green from the elevated tee complexes.
The 13th hole is a long par five with fairway bunkers, water and a prevailing wind to contend with. The water runs down the entire left side of the hole and comes into play off the tee and as you approach the green.
The 12th is the longest in this difficult par 4 stretch. At 467 yards from the championship tee, this hole is definitely a challenge. Aiming for the center of the generous fairway off the tee is the smart play on this hole, as a fairway hit equals lots of roll.
The 11th hole is a slight dogleg to the right with fairway bunkers and fescue grass waiting to swallow up your tee ball. The tick primary cut of rough makes an accurate drive in the wide fairway important to score well on this hole.
After a refreshing stop at our turn kitchen, you start the back side at Ambassador with a long par four that sports a looming fairway bunker on the right side. With a more than generous landing area, there is no real advantage by trying to carry the bunker.
The 9th hole is the first in a run of spectacular par fours all measuring over 440 yards from the championship tees. Heading back towards our magnificent clubhouse, this hole is a dog leg right with a risk/reward tee shot.