Scorecard


Hole 1

Blue Springs Country Club

A short par four. The first hole, like most of the front 9 is tree-lined. Even though driver distance is not required here, a tee shot in the fairway is necessary to have a simple second shot to the green.

Hole 2

Blue Springs Country Club

A well placed tee shot to the middle of the green will give any player a great opportunity for a birdie.

Hole 3

Blue Springs Country Club

With a fairway that is lines with trees all the way to the green, a well placed tee shot in the fairway will be a must to navigate this hole. The second shot to the middle of the green will give you a considerable chance for birdie. Going over this green will make for a tough up and down.

Hole 4

Blue Springs Country Club

A par five that is reachable in two for long hitters, and is the number one handicap hole. If you go for the green in two be sure to take a club for the correct yardage. Going long here will provide a more difficult up and down in not put you out of bounds. A very manageable par five, that gives you an opportunity to score a birdie or an easy par.

Hole 5

Blue Springs Country Club

A very well struck drive will give you a shorter downhill second shot. A wide and generous fairway makes this shot a little more forgiving. Going right will put you out of bounds.

Hole 6

Blue Springs Country Club

This is a long Par 3 from the back tees. Your tee shot is up hill to a well0-guarded green. Going for the middle of the green will give you a better chance to score well on this hole.

Hole 7

Blue Springs Country Club

Short uphill par 4. You do not need your driver here, but it is fin to hit it to see how close you can get to the green. Keep the ball to the left center of the fairway for the best approach shot. pay close attention to the flag color on this hole (for hole location); you can not see the green from the approach shot.

Hole 8

Blue Springs Country Club

A hybrid or iron is best off the tee here. The fairway is narrow and tree-lined which will require a well-placed tee shot. Going for green in two is not recommended. Lay-up and give yourself an opportunity for a good score on this hole.

Hole 9

Blue Springs Country Club

A well placed drive will give you a short iron into the green. A large green guarded by bunkers makes the approach shot appear to be challenging. This hole plays a little longer, being uphill. Be sure to take enough club for your second shot.

Hole 10

Blue Springs Country Club

Very similar to hole 1. A short downhill par four. A well-placed hybrid or fairway wood will give a short second shot to the green. Choose your second shot wisely. This is not a very deep green.

Hole 11

Blue Springs Country Club

This is a long par three. Being a two tiered green be sure to take enough club when the flag is on the back tier.

 
 

Hole 12

Blue Springs Country Club

With water in front of the green, this par five should be played with three shots to the green. A well placed lay-up shot will leave you a short wedge shot to the green. This is a large green, so have enough confidence to go for the flag.

Hole 13

Blue Springs Country Club

Hitting a well placed drive to a very generous fairway will give a short mid-iron to the green. Long hitters will need to hit hybrids or irons off the tee. Be sure to take enough club for your second shot. You will be hitting uphill and the green is elevated.

 
 
 

Hole 14

Blue Springs Country Club

This is a well guarded green with bunkers on both sides and also front right. it is difficult to see the putting surface from the teeing area, so trust your club and aim for the middle of the green.

Hole 15

Blue Springs Country Club

This hole may appear to be a straight forward par four, however, the hole can play longer than you might think. Take more club if the flag is in the back of the green.

 
 

Hole 16

Blue Springs Country Club

Long par five with water to the right of the green. Play this with three shots to the green and you will have a great scone on this hole. Go for the flag. just beautiful.

Hole 17

Blue Springs Country Club

With water down the right side, you should try and hit your tee shot to the left side of the fairway for the best approach to this very undulating green. Missing this green with your approach shot will make for a very challenging and difficult up and down.

 

Hole 18

Blue Springs Country Club

This hole plays longer than what is appears from your approach shot. Long hitter will benefit the most here. The green is guarded by long bunkers on the right, and out of bounds is very close to the left and behind. Be sure to hit enough club to get up to the green. Being a large green, take one more club and aim for the middle of the green and give yourself a chance for a birdie or easy par.