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Blue 502 193 398 408 389 170 572 440 360 3432
White 495 180 393 375 375 155 560 430 351 3314
Green 398 184 317 397 296 108 484 358 350 2874
Men's Par 5 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 36
Handicap 5 17 9 7 11 15 1 3 13  
Red 393 175 312 351 291 140 479 353 340 2834
Ladie's Par 5 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 36
Handicap 3 15 11 7 13 17 1 5 9  
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Blue 495 189 344 372 365 440 385 156 475 3221 6653
White 477 179 340 357 358 426 380 138 466 3121 6435
Green 379 174 320 351 258 317 278 137 445 2659 5533
Men's Par 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 36 72
Handicap 4 16 14 8 12 2 10 18 6    
Red 374 169 315 346 167 420 273 132 436 2632 5466
Ladie's Par 5 3 4 4 3 5 4 3 5 36 72
Handicap 6 14 10 8 16 4 12 18 2    
Tee18 Hole Rating18 Hole SlopeFront 9Back 918 Hole Bogey RatingGender
Blue 72 121 36.5/122 35.5/119 94.2 Men
While 71 120 35.9/121 35.1/118 92.9 Men
Green 68.5 114 34.8/115 33.7/112 86.8 Men
Red 71.4 117 36.3/119 35.1/114 98.5 Women

Simple Explanation of Slope and Rating

USGA Course Rating is an evaluation of the difficulty of a golf course for scratch golfers. (More specifically, the number is an estimate of the average scores of the best 50-percent of rounds played by scratch golfers at the course being rated.)

Course rating is very easy to understand because it is expressed in strokes. A par-72 course that is easy might have a course rating of 68.9; one that is difficult might have a course rating of 74.5. That means that a scratch golfer should be expected to average 68.9 strokes in his better rounds at the easier course; and 74.5 at the more difficult one.

Slope rating (a term trademarked by the United States Golf Association) is a measurement of the difficulty of a golf course for bogey golfers relative to the course rating.

Course rating tells scratch golfers how difficult the course will be; slope rating tells bogey golfers how difficult it will be.

To put it another way: USGA Course Rating tells the best golfers how hard a golf course actually plays; USGA Slope Rating indicates how much harder the course plays for "regular" (meaning not among the best) golfers.

The minimum slope rating is 55 and the maximum is 155 (slope does not relate specifically to strokes played as course rating does). When the slope rating system was first put into effect, the USGA set the slope for an "average" golf course at 113; however, not many 18-hole golf courses have slope ratings that low. Some do, but the real-world average is higher than 113. (However, a slope of 113 is still used in certain calculations within the handicap system.)

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