Northridge Hills Golf Course is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Northridge Hills Golf Course first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Tom Casteel, Howard Pillsbury and Tom Byerly.
This executive length, rolling course features bent grass tees and fairways along with a full practice range complete with target and putting greens.
Black tees: par-32, 2316 yards
Yellow tees: par-32, 2,199 yards
Red tees: par-32, 1832 yards
Hole by hole from the Yellow tees:
#1 325 Yard - Par 4. A dogleg left features a tight driving area with O.B. down the left side. Drives hit in the fairway will leave the player a great shot into this two-tiered green.
#2 155 Yard - Par 3. This hole requires a very precise tee-shot. This green is narrow and flat with bunkers guarding the left side and back. Hitting this green in regulation will leave the player with a good birdie opportunity.
#3 347 Yard - Par 4. The longest hole on the course calls for a good drive. The slight dogleg right is guarded by a creek and trees on the right and a bunker on the left. The approach to this elevated, two-tiered green is demanding with bunkers guarding it on the left and the right.
#4 323 Yard - Par 4. This hole is all about the tee shot. The hole is a dogleg right with native grass area down the right side. Hitting the fairway requires a solid tee shot. The approach to the slanting green requires a solid shot with bunkers on the left and right.
#5 139 Yard - Par 3. This par 3 is the signature hole at Northridge Hills. The tee shot is a demanding one with a bunker guarding the left side and a pond covering the entire right side of the green.
#6 320 Yard - Par 4. The 2nd hardest hole at Northridge is the dogleg left 6th hole. The tee shot and approach are demanding. The tee shot has O.B. to the right and left. A good tee shot will allow player to hit into the very tough green guarded by bunkers and a pond.
#7 165 Yard - Par 3. A straight forward hole with a bunker guarding the front and left side. This green is narrow. Putting is key to this par 3 with a green that slopes from back to front.
#8 302 Yard - Par 4. The hardest hole at Northridge requires a perfect tee shot. This narrow fairway is lined with O.B. and water. A bad tee shot will cost you. The approach into this green is very difficult with a big bunker guarding the right side and two guarding the left.
#9 #123 Yard - Par 3. The finishing hole will test your skills. The tee shot must find the green or trouble emerges. This hole has water to the right and behind the green and it is guarded by sand traps around the entire green.
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