Course Layout - Holes 10 - 18

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The 18-hole Connaught Golf Club in Medicine Hat, AB is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1922. Connaught Golf Club measures 6943 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 125 and a 72.8 USGA rating. The course features 5 sets of tees (Blacks, Blues, Whites, Reds, and Hybrid tees) for all different skill levels.

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Hole #10 - Par 4

Men's Handicap - 12
Ladies Handicap - 2
Black Handicap - 2


Pro Tip: Tee shot placement is critical to success on this hole. The optimum location will find you close to the 150-yard mark for an unobstructed view of the green. Be careful of the water hazard left and heavy trees at the corner. Big hitters can ensure themselves a short shot to the green by hitting driver over the corner of the dogleg, but beware of the water and the out of bounds to the right. Approaches to the very sloping green should always end below the hole, as this is the most severe green on the course and shots finishing beyond the pin or over the green will result in potential disaster for the player.

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Hole #11 - Par 4

Men's Handicap - 2
Ladies Handicap - 6
Black Handicap - 6


Pro Tip: There is fairly little trouble here other than the length of the hole. A long tee shot to the right side of the fairway helps one avoid hitting over the trap to the left of the green. Another heavy loping green with a sharp drop off behind makes overly long approach shots a mistake.

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Hole #12 - Par 3

Men's Handicap - 16
Ladies Handicap - 18
Black Handicap - 18


Pro Tip: This is a fine Par 3 hole of moderate distance with a dangerous water hole on the left side. The sensible shot here is to the right hand side of the green, not only to avoid the water, but because everything slopes left here and the balls landing right will bounce and roll left to the middle of the green.

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Hole #13 - Par 5

Men's Handicap - 14
Ladies Handicap - 4
Black Handicap - 4


Pro Tip: A well designed and challenging Par 5 with numerous tee sites to suit all levels of golfers. A sharp dog-leg left at the 250-yard marker creates a decision for players this distance out of whether to lay up to the water fronting the putting surface, or to gamble and attempt to fly the water to the green. Longer hitters will attempt to cut the corner, leaving them a middle to short iron to the green, however, with heavily treed rough on both sides of the fairway, this can result in bogeys or worse by missing the short grass. Once over the water, the golfer is faced with possibly the most challenging and difficult green to read on the course. Again very sloping back to front, with steep slopes surrounding, this green breaks much more than it looks, and is very fast. Often a player will find his ball right off the green when putting from above the hole. Keep it below the hole here for success.

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Hole #14 - Par 4

Men's Handicap - 4
Ladies Handicap - 8
Black Handicap - 8


Pro Tip: ETrouble abounds down the right side and all around the green on this uphill hole. An out of bounds runs from the tee to the green, and around the back and the right of the green. With a water hazard on the left and a very fast green and you have the makings of a very challenging hole.

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Hole #15 - Par 5

Men's Handicap - 8
Ladies Handicap - 12
Black Handicap - 12


Pro Tip: For all but a handful of players this is a true three shot Par 5. The green is small and so well guarded by traps that the second shot really must be placed properly to afford any opportunity of getting the third shot close. When approaching this green, every effort should be made to stay below the hole, as there are some very hard to manage undulations.

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Hole #16 - Par 4

Men's Handicap - 10
Ladies Handicap - 10
Black Handicap - 10


Pro Tip: This hole is the epitome of one requiring precise shot placement. A very sharp dog-leg left, with heavy trees lining both sides of the fairway, the tee shot must be dropped into the fairway at the corner thus affording the only clear shot to the green. The green on this hole is a fairly small target to hit and for shots hit too long a water hazard may come into play.

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Hole #17 - Par 3

Men's Handicap - 6
Ladies Handicap - 14
Black Handicap - 14


Pro Tip: This is a fairly open target but not one of the largest green on the course. A deep pot bunker guards the front right of the green, and another shallow trap stretches across the back. The wind will determine whether you require a short iron or wood to reach the green.

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Hole #18 - Par 5

Men's Handicap - 18
Ladies Handicap - 16
Black Handicap - 16


Pro Tip: The long hitter can easily reach this green in two, based on the yardage and the prevailing following wind. The risk is the large lake in the landing area to the left and the huge bunkers and the out of bounds running all the way from the tee to green on the right. There are again numerous tee areas for all ability levels and this hole has the largest putting surface on the golf course. Careful negotiation of the many hazards here should result in many birdies and pars to complete the round and even the occasional eagle!

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