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Course Tour

  • Rooster Run #1

    Par 4
    307 / 354 / 379 / 398

    A medium length par four usually playing downwind with water reachable to the right off the tee. A great tee shot is a layup between 125 and 150 out leaving you a great opportunity to begin your round with a par or better.
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  • Rooster Run #2

    Par 5
    435 / 495 / 534 / 560

    Downwind par 5 where big hitters can go for the green in two. There are penalties however, a creek and trees running in front of the green await errant tee shots. Placement of your second shot is key here.
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  • Rooster Run #3

    Par 4
    314 / 349 / 384 / 408

    This is a medium length par four which topically plays shorter then the yardage. No real trouble off the tee, locating the correct area of the green on your approach is the key to a good score on this hole.
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  • Rooster Run #4

    Par 4
    299 / 334 / 359 / 404

    Off the tee the fourth hole appears similar to the previous hole however fairway bunkers left and right provide a challenge. Avoiding these should lead to a great chance for par or better.
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  • Rooster Run #5

    Par 4
    292 / 333 / 353 / 380

    The first of six consecutive holes playing into the wind. Stay below the hole with your approach on this severely sloped green, over the green here is almost a certain bogey or worse.
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  • Rooster Run #6

    Par 3
    103 / 118 / 139 / 172

    The first par three of your round has water short and left as well as a bunker short right. Green is larger then it appears from the tee and sloped front from back to front.
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  • Rooster Run #7

    Par 4
    353 / 366 / 418 / 460

    This is the most difficult hole on the golf course. Usually playing straight into the wind, this long dogleg left par four has a water hazard running the entire length of the hole on the left. A creek running across the fairway must be avoided off the tee as well, par here feels like a birdie.
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  • Rooster Run #8

    Par 3
    141 / 166 / 187 / 230

    This is one par three which always plays longer then the yardage. From the back tees and the standard wind blowing, this long tee shot is a driver for most and many players may still not reach the green.
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  • Rooster Run #9

    Par 5
    445 / 515 / 551 / 606

    One of the most difficult par fives in Sonoma County, the water to the right is in play off the tee and the water to the left is in play on both the second and third shots. The fifth straight hole into the wind often plays like a par six.
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  • Rooster Run #10

    Par 5
    371 / 481 / 529 / 550

    The last of six consecutive holes into the wind, this par five is a great chance for birdie. No water hazards and the absence of fairway bunkers make this one of the easiest driving holes on the course.
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  • Rooster Run #11

    Par 3
    120 / 148 / 160 / 174

    The lake on this medium length par three is only for visual intimidation and should not come into play. This is a very large green though it appears much smaller from the tee.
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  • Rooster Run #12

    Par 4
    266 / 305 / 334 / 354

    This short par four plays even shorter as the prevailing wind is always at your back. Wide open off the tee, the difficulty here is putting. Possibly the most severe green on the course, staying below the hole here is a must.
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  • Rooster Run #13

    Par 4
    271 / 312 / 336 / 360

    This par four into the wind has a fairway bunker on the right and a water hazard down the left side. This hole is more difficult then it appears with the second shot always playing one to two clubs longer then the yardage.
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  • Rooster Run #14

    Par 4
    336 / 376 / 400 / 420

    This dogleg left par four is a local favorite. The hole requires a great tee shot with a hazard down the left side and a cross wind from right to left.The lake surrounding the green on the 15 hole comes into play if you hit your drive through the fairway. One of the flatter greens on the course.
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  • Rooster Run #15

    Par 3
    90 / 107 / 130 / 173

    The island green on this hole can be very tough with the prevailing wind into your face. A front pin location can leave a devilish putt back down the hill.
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  • Rooster Run #16

    Par 4
    299 / 348 / 384 / 415

    OB down the left and a bunker on the right off this tee. The green is flanked by a grass bunker to the left and a small bunker on the right. Very important here to be on the correct side of the green as a large ridge splits this putting surface in half.
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  • Rooster Run #17

    Par 4
    282 / 310 / 383 / 408

    The signature oak tree on the course sits behind this green and frames this down wind par four. A small creek runs through the fairway at about fifty yards from the green.
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  • Rooster Run #18

    Par 5
    415 / 472 / 504 / 529

    A great opportunity to finish with a par or better on this down wind par five. This green can be reached in two by many but be careful of the tall cottonwoods which frame your opening and the water hazard twenty yards in front of the green
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