Hole 1 · Par 4 · 457 Yards
On this long par 4 slight dogleg left trouble lurks on the right. The fairway is generous, but if your tee shot is wayward right it will find the water hazard. Once you put your tee shot in the fairway you are not done with the trouble. A water hazard runs down the right side all the way to the green. It is a must to favor the middle to left side of the green on your approach shot.
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Hole 1 · Par 5 · 567 Yards
On this par five, accuracy is required on every shot. The drive should favor the right side of the fairway. The second shot must avoid the fairway bunkers. Long hitters can carry the left bunker, setting up the ideal approach to the green. Green is somewhat elevated and small, so your approach shot must be accurate.
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Hole 1 · Par 4 · 395 Yards
The opening hole is a slight dogleg to the right that plays downhill off of the tee and uphill on the approach. To the right of the hole are slopes that drop off to the valley below. The green is guarded on the right by a steep grassy face that must be carried to reach the back right pin position. The safe entrance to this green is from the left. There are beautiful views of the valley off to the right side of this hole. Epworth was the birthplace of John Wesley and the original town here was named Epworth. On the corner of Grimes Canyon and Broadway the original schoolhouse and post office still stand.
Black 380 · Blue 357 · White 328·Red 303· Gold 194