Shenandoah Iowa
Golf Course


Golf Course

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Hole #2 - Par 5

The longest hole on the golf course. The tee shot needs to carry a creek and pond. The 2nd shot is a blind shot over the hill to a large green. You’ll want to avoid the natural grass area to the left of the fairway as you setup for your 2nd shot!

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Hole #5 - Par 4

Out of bounds left and a tree line that narrows the fairway as it approaches the green makes this short par 4 a challenging tee shot. The safe play is an iron or fairway wood off the tee. A risk-reward driver off the tee can put you close to the green with an opportunity at birdie!

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Hole #13 - Par 4

This dog leg left par 4 can be a big reward for those wishing to take driver over the corner toward the green. The safer play is an iron or fairway wood to the corner to setup a mid-iron to the green. A severely sloping back to front green will punish any approaches that go long.

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Hole #14 Tee Box - Par 4

Standing on the tee of hole 14 you cannot help but notice the large Cottonwood tree guarding the left side of the fairway. The creek line, daunting Cottonwood, large trees protecting the right side of the green, and challenging 2 tiered putting surface can make this a challenging short part 4.

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Hole #14 Green - Par 4

Two large trees protecting the elevated green of hole 14. The two tiered green is large but an approach that is long will make for a challenging up and down to a green that slopes away.

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Hole #18 - Par 4

The signature elevated tee shot of hole 18. The large trees provide a tunnel vision view of the fairway and green. Out of bounds left and a tree line right demand an accurate tee shot which leads to an uphill approach to the green.