Fairfield Harbour Country Club, The Shorline Course opened in 1972. The course was designed by Rees Jones.
The Shoreline Course at Fairfield Harbour measures 6,802 yards from the back tees. The course par is 72. The course rating is 72.1 with a slope rating of 128.
The Shoreline Golf Course was the first course built in Fairfield. This course was find the flaws in your golf game. Straight, well placed drives are absolutely essential.
#3 is the number one handicap hole. Playing 587 yards from the back tees, there is no bail out on your drive, second shot, or approach.
#4, is a fun hole that you can birdie, that is if you do not slice into the lake.
#6 is a 490 yard par 5 with water left and OB right. Another no place to bail out hole. A good drive and second shot still leaves you shooting to a difficult narrow but deep green.
#14 is the number 2 handicap hole and when you see it you will understand why. Its a long slight dogleg left, usually plays into the wind, and has water all the way down the left side. You can bail right, however if you do so beware of the bunker and it additional length you add to the already long hole.
#18 is a great finishing hole. Its a dogleg right with a lake all the way down the left side off the fairway and a bunker guarding the right side.
Fairfield Harbour Country Club, The Shorline Course closed in 2008.
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