The 8th hole is the second of two par 3s on the front side at Ambassador. Although the yardage is nearly the same as the fifth hole, the eighth also requires an accurate tee shot to the green.
The 7th hole offers a spectacular view of the entire golf course from its elevated tee decks. There is a generous landing area in the fairway from all tees which allows your tee shot to keep rolling down the fairway.
The 6th hole is the most difficult on the golf course. This par 4 plays from 329 yards to a daunting 489 yards from the championship tees. The hole is slightly uphill and offers a risk/reward feature to it.
The 5th hole is the shortest par 3 on the golf course. It plays 91 yards from the forward tee to 188 yards up the hill from the championship tee. The swirling winds can really play tricks with your ball flight here. Keeping the ball down is often the shot of choice.
The 4th hole is where the golf course really starts to show its teeth. The difficult par 4 from the tee is visually daunting, due to the seemingly “sliver-like” landing area. This landing area visually widens out as you move forward on the teeing ground.
The 3rd hole is a reachable par 5 if you elect to take the risk/reward shot option. From the tee, players will see a series of deep faced bunkers on the right side of the inviting fairway. These bunkers will eliminate all chances of getting home in two.
The 2nd hole is another short par 4 that requires an accurate tee shot. Your attention immediately focuses to the trees just off the tee box to the right. A properly shaped shot will guide the ball to the middle of the fairway.
The First Hole is just the beginning of your incredible experience. After a great warm-up on the range, your first shot of the day is not a pressure packed one. This shorter par 4 features fescue-lined fairways and bunkers guarding the left side.