An opening par four with a mild dogleg right. The dogleg is bunkered on each side of the fairway and the green is well guarded with more sand in front and to the left. The very large green contains mild sloping with a substantial elevation drop off to the back and right.
A reachable par five with the meandering Wissahickon Creek bordering the left side and wrapping around behind the hole. Bunkers line the fairway and protect the front and left side of the green. The putting surface is two-tiered with a two foot elevation change from front to back.
A difficult yard uphill par four which begins with a tee shot over water. Both sides of the hole are wooded with mature pines and there are fairways, as well as green side bunkers. The green slopes severely from left to right, making it a very challenging hole from start to finish.
A short but demanding downhill par four with a plateau green very well protected by bunkers and a large lake. A well-placed tee shot is a must on this beautiful hole which is pictured on scorecard. A small sloping green makes "4" a good score here.
This beautiful par 3 hole is surrounded by mature woods and is bordered on the right by a marked elevation drop. There are bunkers on both sides of the green, as well as midway to the hole.
A par five stretching to 565 yards dogleg right beginning with an elevated tee shot. There are multiple fairway bunkers and the green is protected by more sand and the creek to the back. The hole narrows as one approaches the greens with mature pines to greet your approach shot.
A solid par four dogleg left with a creek immediately in front of the tee. This hole is well bunkered on both sides of the dogleg and to the left side of the green. This large slightly elevated green has a fall off on both sides, as well as to the back. Mature trees penalize golfers who are overly aggressive with their approach shots.
A demanding par four dogleg to the right. Mature woods border the right side of the fairway on this difficult hole. The green is well protected by sand and features subtle sloping which results in hazardous putting conditions.
The second of four quality par three's that play decisively uphill. Wind is usually a factor, making club selection to this sloping green very challenging. Golfers are urged to keep their ball below the hole here as downhill putts many times turn into three-putts!
A deceivingly difficult par five that demands an accurate tee shot. A severe drop off to the left towards the creek makes any shot visiting the area usually result in a big score! A two-tiered sloping putting surface puts some teeth into a seemingly short 5-Par. A true "risk/reward" hole for the big hitter.
A straightaway par four bordered by mature woods along the right side of the hole. Another typically Cedarbrook sloping green is well protected with sand and a tree overhanging on the right. Don't let the short distance fool you. This is a challenging hole.
This dogleg par five has two creeks that must be negotiated successfully. The second creek circles to the left of this severely sloped green, giving it an island-like character. Larger trees to the right of the putting surface deflect many shots from their intended target.
A picturesque par three playing as long as 220 yards. Two parallel creeks in the front of the green and a pond to the right provide the golfer with a great challenge. Mature sycamore trees frame the hole, and the large elevation change from the back of the tee to the green provides a breath-taking view.
This soft dogleg right is plenty of Par-4 for anyone! A downhill tee shot must finish short of the creek located 240 yards away, leaving the golfer with a long uphill approach. The larger green is well protected on either side with sand, and while the putting surface appears relatively flat, do not underestimate it. Good Luck!
Another challenging par four dogleg left. This hole is uphill, across the creek and well bunkered with fairway and greenside sand. A successful approach shot must be accurately played to the right side of this green, allowing the ball to negotiate a severe right to the left slope. Take "4" and run to the next tee!
A markedly uphill par three with a mid hole bunker and severe drop off to both sides of the green. Mature woods behind the green provide another beautiful view. Like #9, avoid putting downhill here if possible!
A straightaway par four with out of bounds and well-placed fairway bunkers, making another accurate tee shot a must. The right is well bunkered and tree lined and the green is deceivingly sloped left to right. Overly aggressive approach shots may find the pond to the right.
A beautiful finishing hole!! Your final tee shot on this Par 4 must land safely between two fairway bunkers and the approach is to one of the largest putting surfaces on the course. As you make that final put in the shadow of the clubhouse, you are left with the lasting memory of the wonderful golf course, which is Cedarbrook.