Course Tour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Hole #1 Par 4 Handicap 15 Gold 289 Silver 282 Blue 274 How to Play: San Diego Short hole with a heavily bunkered green. Tee shot should be left of center. The green slopes from back to front. Hole #2 Par 5 Handicap 7 Gold 525 Silver 505 Blue 486 How to Play: San Miguel Dogleg left. Long tee shot can be hit to center across the barranca. Shorter tee shots can be hit to right side across the barranca or to the left side short of it. Desirable approach position is to right of center. Large green guarded by bunkers. Hole #3 Par 4 Handicap 9 Gold 381 Silver 282 Blue 274 How to Play: San Juan Capistrano Desirable tee shot position is center or right center depending on hole location. Tree line on left side catches a hooked or pulled tee shot. On right side, fairway bunker with large overhanging oak is to be avoided. Two-level green is large with bunkers on three sides. Hole #4 Par 5 Handicap 3 Gold 554 Silver 516 Blue 493 How to Play: San Luis Rey Large oak 100 yards in front of tee. Dense tree line on left side of fairway. From center position there is an open second shot. On the right side there is a continuous tree line to green from 135 yards. Small opening to large green surrounded by five bunkers. Hole #5 Par 3 Handicap 13 Gold 195 Silver 181 Blue 156 How to Play: Santa Inez Accuracy on the tee shot is required. Out of bounds all the way on left side. Shallow fairway bunker stops a short shot. Bunkers on right and left side of the relatively flat green. Hole #6 Par 4 Handicap 11 Gold 356 Silver 343 Blue 329 How to Play: San Rafael A straight tee shot is required. Out of bounds all the way on the left side with heavy rough and trees on the right. Approach to green is deceptive because you must carry fifteen-yard-long swale in front of green. Bunkers on left and right sides of green. Hole #7 Par 4 Handicap 1 Gold 443 Silver 427 Blue 410 How to Play: San Luis Obispo The number one handicap hole. Dogleg right. Out of bounds all the way on left side. Also out of bounds on right side around wooded area. Safe tee shot is played to the right of center. Long tee shot can cut corner by some fifteen yards for closer second shot. Wide opening to large green with bunkers on right and left. Hole #8 Par 4 Handicap 5 Gold 403 Silver 388 Blue 377 How to Play: San Jose Prevailing breeze against you. Out of bounds on left all the way. Trees on right side. Fairway bunker on left with four bunkers guarding the large green. Green slopes away from fairway and falls to the right. Hole #9 Par 3 Handicap 17 Gold 183 Silver 164 Blue 155 How to Play: San Antonio The Rubio Wash crosses the fair way. Out of bounds to far left side. Green slopes front back to front with large bunkers on right and left. Hole #10 Par 4 Handicap 2 Gold 439 Silver 422 Blue 413 How to Play: Dolores Wide fairway with trees on right and left sides. Some 225 yards from tee the fairway drops away to form a small valley leading up to the green. Desirable tee shot is right center. Large green with four bunkers, one on the left, two on the right and one behind. Hole #11 Par 3 Handicap 18 Gold 169 Silver 152 Blue 125 How to Play: Santa Barbara Short shot to a dangerously guarded green. Bunkers in front, sides, and back of long green running from right to left. This is a tricky green to putt regardless of hole placement. Hole #12 Par 4 Handicap 16 Gold 355 Silver 342 Blue 331 How to Play: San Juan Bautista Open shot from tee. The desirable tee shot position is right center. Heavy rough on the left side with large trees and a high banked fairway bunker. Long narrow green with four bunkers two on the right and two on the left. Hole #13 Par 5 Handicap 8 Gold 539 Silver 463 Blue 446 How to Play: La Purisima Concepcion Tight fairway guarded both left and right by trees with heavy rough on left side. Center position on tee shot opens up second shot for final approach. Narrow opening to green with bunkers on two sides and behind. Back area falls away toward Rubio Wash. Hole #14 Par 3 Handicap 12 Gold 214 Silver 181 Blue 158 How to Play: San Fernando Demanding shot across the barranca. Lard Green well guarded in front by large pond on left side and bunker on right. Steep rise in ground behind green. Hole #15 Par 4 Handicap 14 Gold 329 Silver 313 Blue 304 How to Play: San Buenaventura Tee shot position is very important. Left center is ideal. Heavy rough and trees on left. Trees, fairway, bunkers, and low area on right. Approach to green from right side guarded by high and overhanging trees. Bunkers in front and on both sides of long two level green. Hole #16 Par 4 Handicap 6 Gold 431 Silver 420 Blue 406 How to Play: Carmel Par 4, men; Par 5 women Dogleg left. A long, tough hole. Tee shot position to right side between fairway bunkers. Out of bounds far right. Greens and heavy rough on left. Wide opening in large green with bunkers right and left. Hole #17 Par 4 Handicap 4 Gold 452 Silver 440 Blue 422 How to Play: Santa Clara Par 4, men; Par 5, women Extreme demand for accuracy on tee shot. Out of bounds on right all the way. Large oaks on left with continuing smaller tree-line to green. Single large oak 190 yards from tee in right center of fairway. The green is large with slope from back to front. Bunkers on left and right give small opening. Hole #18 Par 4 Handicap 10 Gold 395 Silver 379 Blue 368 How to Play: San Gabriel An unusual tee shot over a fence and city roadway with tall trees on right and left. The fence appears imposing however it is only some eighteen inches higher than regular tee. Wide fairway with a long bunker on the left and out of bounds on the right. The green is well guarded with bunkers on all sides and a narrow opening.