Championship Yardage:

411

Regular Yardage:

394

Mens Handicap:

3

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

357

Ladies Handicap:

7

 



This scenic Treasure Valley layout begins with a 394 yard, slight uphill dog-leg left par 4. To shorten the hole, favor the left side of the fairway, but be careful. This hole is flanked on the left by the out-of-bounds practice range. The longer, safer route down the right side of the fairway will leave a mid-iron approach to this wide, deep green.

Championship Yardage:

378

Regular Yardage:

365

Mens Handicap:

17

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

325

Ladies Handicap:

9

 



This 365 yard dog-leg right is the shortest par 4 on the Course.  Elevated tees and broad roughs on both sides of the fairway give the hole a wide-open feel.  Aim your tee shot at the tallest poplar tree to give the best angle for your approach.

Championship Yardage:

415

Regular Yardage:

386

Mens Handicap:

5

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

356

Ladies Handicap:

5

 



The #1 handicap hole is a straight-away 386 yard par 4 that parallels I-84. Keep your tee shot down the middle as the fairway slopes to the right.  The right side of the green offers a generous bailout area.

Championship Yardage:

183

Regular Yardage:

145

Mens Handicap:

7

Par:

3

Ladies Yardage:

89

Ladies Handicap:

17

 



The hardest par 3 on the course can play anywhere from 100 yards to 190 yards from the white tees, depending upon tee and flagstick placement.  This narrow green is nearly 50 yards deep, so be aware of where the flagstick is when choosing your club.

Championship Yardage:

530

Regular Yardage:

466

Mens Handicap:

9

Par:

5

Ladies Yardage:

399

Ladies Handicap:

13

 



A 466 yard par 5. Aim to the left side of the fairway for the shortest route to the hole, but beware the OB left. This in-course OB is a distance only penalty. Watch out for the greenside bunker if you go for the green in two.

Championship Yardage:

411

Regular Yardage:

394

Mens Handicap:

3

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

357

Ladies Handicap:

7

 



A 372 yard dog-leg right par 4. Aim your tee shot at the greenside bunkers to leave an uphill approach. The green slopes from back to front so keep your ball below the hole for your best chance at birdie.

Championship Yardage:

144

Regular Yardage:

130

Mens Handicap:

15

Par:

3

Ladies Yardage:

113

Ladies Handicap:

15

 



With the elevated tee, this 130 yard par 3 tends to play a little short.  Keep your tee shot left of the greenside bunker and don't even think about the canal.

Championship Yardage:

469

Regular Yardage:

461

Mens Handicap:

13

Par:

5

Ladies Yardage:

388

Ladies Handicap:

1

 



With OB left and right, this short par 5 is a better test than the yardage indicates.  A tee shot left leaves a flat lie, but brings the canal and OB into play.  A tee shot right can shorten the hole, but your second shot will be blind over the rock garden.  Whichever route you choose, accuracy is a must.

Championship Yardage:

378

Regular Yardage:

373

Mens Handicap:

11

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

355

Ladies Handicap:

11

 



Tee it high and let it fly on this 373 yard slight dog-leg left par 4.  Keep your tee shot right to avoid the long rough and trees left.  Watch the bunker guarding the right side of the green.

Championship Yardage:

391

Regular Yardage:

375

Mens Handicap:

8

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

334

Ladies Handicap:

14

 



A 375 yard dog-leg right par 4 with OB right the entire length of the hole.  Aim your tee shot at the telephone pole just right of the green.  Be aware of the position of the flagstick as this green is very deep.

Championship Yardage:

532

Regular Yardage:

468

Mens Handicap:

14

Par:

5

Ladies Yardage:

423

Ladies Handicap:

2

 



A 468 yard par 5. A good tee shot will reach the top of the hill, leaving a good view of the green.  Are you brave enough to play your tee shot over the canyon and cut the corner? It is a farther carry than it looks.

Championship Yardage:

135

Regular Yardage:

128

Mens Handicap:

18

Par:

3

Ladies Yardage:

100

Ladies Handicap:

18

 



This 128 yard par 3 can play as short as a sand wedge or as long as a 3 iron depending on the wind. Choose your club wisely to avoid the bunker protecting the front of this wide, shallow green.

Championship Yardage:

402

Regular Yardage:

388

Mens Handicap:

6

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

357

Ladies Handicap:

16

 



This first hole on the bottom of the Course is a 388 yard par 4.  Keep your tee shot left of the lake.  Play for the middle of this severely undulating green regardless of where the flagstick is.

Championship Yardage:

455

Regular Yardage:

410

Mens Handicap:

2

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

344

Ladies Handicap:

6

 



The Course’s longest par 4 is 410 yards with OB left and water right.  Short hitters will want to play this hole like a par 5. Take the water out of play by hitting a fairway wood off the tee.

Championship Yardage:

514

Regular Yardage:

472

Mens Handicap:

16

Par:

5

Ladies Yardage:

392

Ladies Handicap:

10

 



A 472 yard dog-leg left par 5 that can play shorter than hole #14.  Aim your tee shot at the factory in the distance to keep it between the OB left and water right.  The green is protected left and right by bunkers, so keep your approach to the middle of the green.

Championship Yardage:

178

Regular Yardage:

161

Mens Handicap:

12

Par:

3

Ladies Yardage:

149

Ladies Handicap:

12

 



A 161 yard par 3.  Fly your tee shot to the green or roll it up. This wide green is receptive to a variety of tee shots, but watch out for the bunker guarding it on the right.

Championship Yardage:

379

Regular Yardage:

369

Mens Handicap:

4

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

318

Ladies Handicap:

4

 



Centennial’s signature hole is a 369 yard dog-leg left par 4 that wraps around two lakes. If you dare to drive over the water, you can leave yourself a short wedge to the green. The safe play is to aim right of the 150 yard marker.

Championship Yardage:

360

Regular Yardage:

350

Mens Handicap:

10

Par:

4

Ladies Yardage:

342

Ladies Handicap:

8

 



A 350 yard par 4. With prevailing winds behind you, tee it high and let it rip.  Aim at the right edge of the clubhouse for the best approach angle. For long hitters, this green can be driven.  A birdie here will bring you back for another round at the Valley’s best golf experience.