Championship Course

At Mirimichi there are challenges around every fairway bend, meaning accuracy is the key to a low round on this challenging course. Deep pit bunkers, elevated greens, swathes of native grassland, waterfalls and meandering creeks—all provide more than 7,400 yards of championship level golf. Mirimichi makes you think, forces you to react, and requires you to be at your best. Five to eight tee boxes are provided on every hole to accommodate all player levels. The greens are large and undulating to challenge the mind and create an exciting finish every time a flag is pulled from the cup.

From tee to green, and every step in between, you will be challenged by its championship design and inspired by the beauty that surrounds you.

Course Profile

Hole 1
1
Adaleniha (ah-dah-lay-nee-ha)
Beginning

This is a fabulous starting hole. A generous landing area for your tee-shot sets up a straightforward approach shot. The green is protected by 2 deceptive bunkers short of the green, and by water to the left and behind the green.

This large green has subtle undulations and slopes back to front. This hole allows golfers to ease their way into the challenge of the round.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 423
  • 395
  • 360
  • 335
  • 309
Hole 2
2
Gada-ama (gah-dah-mah)
Muddy Water

This par 5 offers a good chance at birdie. The tee shot has a generous landing area between bunkers on the right and native grass on the left.

Big hitters can try to reach the green in two by carrying the bunkers in front of the green. This big green slopes back to front.

Par
5
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 548
  • 534
  • 508
  • 461
  • 405
Hole 3
3
Nayu (nah-yoo)
Sand

This is a long and challenging par 3 that requires precise shot making. From the tee is an intimidating shot over a waste area to a green guarded by sand and mounds.

The green itself is long and narrow. If you miss the green, you will be left with a tricky up-and-down.

Par
3
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 223
  • 182
  • 162
  • 134
  • 126
Hole 4
4
Tsisqua (ooh-chaw-lay-sss-dee)
Bird

This slight dogleg left features a tight landing area for your tee shot over a bunker and between swathes of native grass on both sides of the fairway.

The long and narrow green is well guarded by bunkers on the left and collection area on the right. Leave an uphill putt on this back to front sloping green.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 443
  • 421
  • 391
  • 363
  • 341
Hole 5
5
Agaliha (ah-gah-lee-hah)
Sunshine

This is a beautiful par 4 with a narrow landing area protected by a fairway bunker and tall native grass. The approach shot forces players to rely on yardage rather than their eyes—the slope of the fairway creates an optical illusion, making a large bunker sitting 50 yards out appear to be a greenside bunker.

Players should avoid the deep bunker left of the green. There is no trouble on the right.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 452
  • 422
  • 380
  • 324
  • 292
Hole 6
6
Equani (eq-wah-nee)
Ridge

This wonderful risk/reward par 5 boasts one of the best tee shot looks on the course. The hole features a fairway with bunkers on both sides and a well-protected green. Going for the green requires two accurate shots.

The green is guarded by bunkers on both sides, water on the left, and natural mounds on the right. Water comes into play starting 60 yards shy of the green.

Par
5
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 555
  • 527
  • 510
  • 475
  • 426
Hole 7
7
Amayeli (ah-mah-yay-lee)
Island

A bunker divides the fairway of this par 4 and offers you a choice at the tee box.

On the left, the fairway slopes upward to a wide landing area, shortening your drive but offering safe angles for your approach. On the right, the fairway slopes downward to a narrow landing area. The added roll will lengthen your drive, but your approach will demand a much more accurate shot.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 441
  • 415
  • 362
  • 322
  • 295
Hole 8
8
Vadali (uh-dah-lee)
Lake

Another challenging par three. The left side of the green appears to hang into the lake. The green slopes right to left toward the water.

The wise player will hit to the middle of the green and let the natural contours of the green carry the ball to any left pin placement.

Par
3
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 212
  • 190
  • 170
  • 138
  • 130
Hole 9
9
Egategawi (ooh-dee-gah-luh-yee)
Sunset

This is one of the most intimidating driving holes on the course. You need to fit your tee shot between long native grass on the left and an imposing water hazard on the right.

Good tee shots will be rewarded with a mid-iron into a large green. There is ample room around this green except short left, where a 9-foot deep bunker makes a sand save next to impossible.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 455
  • 433
  • 387
  • 355
  • 330
Hole 10
10
Inadu (ee-nah-dew)
Snake

The fairway on this slight dogleg left slopes left to right. The brave player will carry over the fairway bunkers on the left and the ball will typically feed down to the middle of the fairway.

This deep left to right sloping green is 80 yards long, making distance control important. The meandering creek protects the front and entire right side of the green. The left side of the green is guarded by a bunker and native grass mounds, providing a challenge to all players.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 427
  • 402
  • 369
  • 341
  • 306
Hole 11
11
Asoya (ah-sew-yah)
Wall

Distance control is the key to this picturesque par 3. A lake guards the front of the green, while the creek runs up the right side. Azaleas to the left make this a stunning hole in the springtime.

The green is slightly elevated and has two distinct tiers with a back to front slope.

Par
3
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 181
  • 162
  • 146
  • 108
  • 74
Hole 12
12
Igohida (ee-go-hee-dah)
Eternity

This inviting par 5 features bunkers on both sides of the fairway and a creek that meanders along the right. Long hitters may be able to reach in two, but most players should lay up to avoid fairway bunkers 80 yards out from the green.

This green has a lot of movement. Distance control on your approach is the key to capturing a birdie.

Par
5
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 590
  • 562
  • 500
  • 424
  • 394
Hole 13
13
Galunadi (gah-lew-nah-dee)
Waterfall

This downhill par 3 is one of the most scenic holes on the course. The lake wraps around the front and left side of the green. Native grass protects the area to the right.

A beautiful waterfall can be seen in the distance.

Par
3
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 187
  • 180
  • 152
  • 148
  • 108
Hole 14
14
Ugedaliyv (ooh-gay-dah-lee-yuh)
Valley

Another tempting risk/reward hole. This downhill dogleg left is reachable from the tee for the longer hitters. However, a creek cuts into the fairway the closer you get to the hole and a large fairway bunker on the left will capture wayward shots.

The smart player will lay up off the tee and leave a wedge into the green. The green is guarded by bunkers front right and left.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 346
  • 318
  • 304
  • 284
  • 267
Hole 15
15
Tsaluyi (chaw-lew-yee)
Forest

This is the start of four tough closing holes. The fairway on this long par 4 is protected on the left by native grass and by a bunker on the right. Players are left with a long second shot over a bunker which gives the illusion that it is green side.

Trust the yardage on this hole. The large green features subtle undulations which need to be read very carefully.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 453
  • 410
  • 358
  • 335
  • 278
Hole 16
16
Niladyyi (nee-lah-duh-yee)
Creek

This long par 4 is one of the most challenging holes on the course. Its fairway is guarded by a meandering creek on the left and bunkers and a native area on the right. Most golfers are faced with a long approach that brings water to the right of the green into play.

The green is particularly challenging with a lot of contour and movement. Par is a great score.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 467
  • 458
  • 417
  • 383
  • 308
Hole 17
17
Adayohu (ah-dah-yo-huh)
Curve

A long dogleg left, it takes two long and accurate shots to reach this green. The green is guarded by water on the right and bunkers on the left.

If you don’t hit a good tee shot it is safer to layup rather than risk the danger surrounding the green.

Par
4
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 476
  • 429
  • 409
  • 311
  • 289
Hole 18
18
Getsadi (gay-chaw-dee)
Home

This hole provides a great opportunity to finish with a birdie, but there is plenty of trouble for the wayward. A generous landing sets up an opportunity for long hitters to reach the green in two.

However, tricky bunkers just shy of the hole make it more realistic to play it as a three shot hole. The large green offers very challenging hole locations with plenty of movement in the green.

Par
5
  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay
  • 600
  • 579
  • 562
  • 449
  • 394
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Course Breakdown

Par
72

Tees

  • Black Rock
  • Blue Sky
  • Gold Sun
  • White Sand
  • Red Clay

Yardage

  • 7,479
  • 7,019
  • 6,447
  • 5,690
  • 5,072

Men's Rating/Slope

  • 76.8 / 138
  • 74.5 / 136
  • 71.7 / 131
  • 68.3 / 124
  • 65.4 / 118

Women's Rating/Slope

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  • 73.3 / 130
  • 69.9 / 125
Mirimichi Green
E60