Players Sheet
Hamilton Mill Golf Course
by RichmondGolfer.com

Hole #1
Par 4/410 yards
The large depression on the right side of the fairway may be reached by longer hitters. The left side of the fairway is ideal. The approach will be a mid to short iron to an uphill, very deep green.
Hole #2
Par 4/273 yards
A shortie but a goodie. Some long hitters may try to drive the green but discretion is often, the better part of valor here. Lay up and knock your approach stiff for the birdie.
Hole #3
Par 5/507 yards
There is a generous landing area for your tee shot, but left is better than right since a slight miss left will feed back down. There is a bunker in the middle of the fairway about one hunderd yards out from the green so think hard about your second shot. Left of that bunker is best for your approach in.
Hole #4
Par 3/143 yards
Really scenic, really nice, really dangerous. Pin position means everything on this well guarded green but be sure, no matter what you do, hit enough club!
Hole #5
Par 4/375 yards
Players should try to hug the right side of the fairway. Cross bunkers in the middle of the fairway require some thought as to club selection from the tee. Second shot is up hill to a somewhat shallow green. Better to be long than short on your approach.
Hole #6
Par 4/413 yards
The bunker in the middle of the fairway is a threat to longer hitters. Try to keep your tee shot on the left side of the fairway. The green is slightly elevated so keep that in mind as you choose your club for the approach.
Hole #7
Par 5/559 yards
A double dogleg, left then right to the green. Avoid the two bunkers to the left of the fairway on your tee shot. A mid iron should get you to the ideal approach area, for a short iron into the green.
Hole #8
Par 3/140 yards
Straight down hill, no real worries other than a bunker on the right.
Hole #9
Par 4/377 yards
The tee shot requires length and accuracy, as the fairway is well bunkered on the right. The hole doglegs left sharply, so long hitters can cut off quite a bit - especially those with a good draw. Do not go long on your approach.
Players Sheet
Hamilton Mill Golf Course
by RichmondGolfer.com

Hole #10
Par 5/519 yards
If you crush a drive to the flat area, you might think about going for it in two. If not, laying up well short of the water will leave you a simple pitch in to the green. Best angle in is from the right.
Hole #11
Par 4/353 yards
Longer than it reads due to it's uphill nature. Beware of the fairway bunkers on the right when you tee off. The green is elevated and very deep so be very wary of pin position.
Hole #12
Par 4/352 yards
This hole requires some thinking on the tee. Long hitters can carry the two cross bunkers smack in the middle of the fairway. Many will have to lay up short of them. Either way, it's a short iron into a large green.
Hole #13
Par 5/556 yards
A long, downhill par 5 that demands a good tee shot. If you crush a drive, reaching in two is a pretty good possibility. Otherise, be careful on your other shots due to lots of bunkers and hazards that line both sides of the fairway.
Hole #14
Par 4/417 yards
A difficult driving hole, the tee shot needs to be played left of the creek that criss crosses the fairway. Your approach is downhill to the green, and if you are gonna miss, don't miss right.
Hole #15
Par 3/169 yards
A fun hole. The green is well guarded, deep and undulating. Do not go left, the bunkers are the best you can do if you do so. Otherwise, it's in and up the creek.
Hole #16
Par 4/378 yards
A straight hole that requires both distance and accuracy. A scenic hole which masks the real danger of the bunkers on both sides of the fairway, trees to the right and a creek all the way down the left. Manage those and you still have bunkers surrounding this green.
Hole #17
Par 3/191 yards
A long downhill par 3 with a large green but big trouble for those who miss it.
Hole #18
Par 4/406 yards
A sharp dogleg left that forces you to place a tee shot over a creek but short of bunkers across the fairway. The creek crosses you three times, the last time in front of the green. Missing the green on your approach can have severe consequences, better to miss short left than anywhere else if you are not dead on.