HOLE #1

(Par 4,385 Yrds)

Welcome to Hobson’s Choice, a situation where you have no other option but to place your ball in the center of the fairway, between two imminent dangers.

HOLE #2

(Par 4,451 Yrds)

This long par 4 dogleg right puts most golfers on the horns of a dilemma - how to place the ball between two large bunkers in the middle of the fairway? The next catch is at the right side of the green where a huge bunker and vast lake await the ‘kill’!

HOLE #3

(Par 5,488 Yrds)

This short par-5, named after a sea cucumber-shaped lake that comes into play during the approach, is a risk-reward hole offering two approaches to the green – a long carry over the Sea Cucumber for the courageous and a safe detour for the less confident.

HOLE #4

(Par 3,238 Yrds)

The longest of all par-3s, this hole has a large lake on the left running laterally from tees to green. The area where the
green sits and the curved fairway at the front resemble an elephant head. The key is hitting it dead-straight!

HOLE #5

(Par 4,420 Yrds)

This dogleg left has troubles spread out everywhere – a mammoth lake on the left of the landing area, a small lake on the right and a sand trap in between. Those who successfully clear the Triple Trouble will be happy to find the green ‘welcoming’.

HOLE #6

(Par 4,406 Yrds)

A birdie or even an eagle is possible on this dogleg left if the ball is placed on the small cape to the extreme left of the fairway. For high-handicappers, birdying the hole is like hitting the bull’s eye!

HOLE #7

(Par 4,429 Yrds)

This par-4 promises a great approach for the perfect pin-seekers with a generously wide fairway virtually free of all troubles. For marathon hitters, the odds of ‘sighting’ an eagle on the nest-shaped green are great!

HOLE #8

(Par 3,147 Yrds)

The queen of all holes at Lakewood Links, this par-3 features an island green that’s shaped exactly like a crab. Be aware of this notorious Crab, lest, a careless shot can send your ball for a grab!

HOLE #9

(Par 5,611 Yrds)

This long, narrow ‘Perilous Pass’ is full of perils – some visible, some hidden! Golfers face a constant threat from the huge lake
on the right that runs laterally, all the way from the tees to the green. The two tier green slopes upward from the front.

HOLE #10

(Par 4,420 Yrds)

This dogleg left has troubles spread out everywhere – a mammoth lake on the left of the landing area, a small lake on the right and a sand trap in between. Those who successfully clear the Triple Trouble will be happy to find the green ‘welcoming’.

HOLE #11

(Par 4,406 Yrds)

A birdie or even an eagle is possible on this dogleg left if the ball is placed on the small cape to the extreme left of the fairway. For high-handicappers, birdying the hole is like hitting the bull’s eye!

HOLE #12

(Par 5,647 Yrds)

The longest of all par-5s, this dogleg right augurs a tedious journey marked by all kinds of troubles. Your second shot is the key that hints whether you can make or break it!

HOLE #13

(Par 4,377 Yrds)

This slight dogleg left is the shortest of all par-4s featuring a huge but well-guarded green. With two lakes, one very large, and two big sandtraps on the left of the fairway, this risk-reward hole puts your
swing skills to litmus test!

HOLE #14

(Par 4,454 Yrds)

Danger lurks at quite a few places on this hole. There’s a mammoth bunker where the ball lands off the tee, water on the right of the fairway and four sandtraps protecting the large, undulating green. The green is heavily guarded on the right.

HOLE #15

(Par 4,420 Yrds)

This dogleg left has troubles spread out everywhere – a mammoth lake on the left of the landing area, a small lake on the right and a sand trap in between. Those who successfully clear the Triple Trouble will be happy to find the green ‘welcoming’.

HOLE #16

(Par 4,406 Yrds)

A birdie or even an eagle is possible on this dogleg left if the ball is placed on the small cape to the extreme left of the fairway. For high-handicappers, birdying the hole is like hitting the bull’s eye!

HOLE #17

(Par 4,422 Yrds)

This is another easy par-4 offering a great chance to cover up the ‘loss’ incurred on previous holes. Hit it straight past the lake on the left and the two bunkers in the front. Lo and behold…You are in for a ‘cakewalk’!

HOLE #18

(Par 4,408 Yrds)

This finishing dogleg right is another short par 4 bringing in a last chance to improve your score. As you tee up your ball, be wise to select your way between two choices – a safer but longer roundabout and a shortcut across a small stretch of water.

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