A straight forward par 4. A good drive down the right center will give you a mid to short iron in to a well bunkered green.
A mid to long iron par 3. With a right to left sloping green, favor the left side.
A short par 5 you need to take advantage of. Favor the right center on the drive. Out of bounds on left the entire length of the hole. The green is well bunkered so there is a premium on accuracy.
The first of 3 demanding par 4’s in a row. This long par 4 requires a good drive with OB left and trees right. The green slopes from left to right so favor the right side. Par is a good score.
A two tiered green defends this hole. The shorter iron you hit for your approach the better, to get the ball on the correct level is not easy.
This is the number one handicap hole for a good reason, it’s long with water protecting the green. It requires two solid shots to get home in two. Second shot is all carry. A bogey is not a bad score on this hole.
The shortest hole on the course requires a finesse shot to get the ball close. If your ball lands on the proper tier there is good chance for birdie.
A risk/reward hole. Take driver over the water and have a flip wedge to the green. Layup and have a mid to short iron in. The green is small and well protected so chose wisely.
A short inviting par 4. The elevated green is small and well protected. A good chance for birdie but don’t take it for granted, miss the green in the wrong spot and bogey or worse will hit you in the head.
Lay up short of the pond on this par 4 and have a mid iron. Hit your approach to the center of this kidney shaped green and have a decent birdie chance. Second shot is all carry.
With OB down the entire left side this short par 5 seems to play a lot longer than the yardage on the card. Keep the ball below the hole on the green to give yourself the best chance to make a putt.
This par 4 has a long narrow well guarded green that puts a premium on your approach shot. Pay attention to where the hole is, choosing the wrong club could be costly. Below the hole is always better.
A dog leg right which allows you to cut off as much as you dare by taking your drive over the corner. The green is small and well bunkered.
A classic Tillinghast par 3. The green is guarded by deep bunkers. The best way to play this hole is from the front of the green. Do not be aggressive. A par is an outstanding score for this hole.
The longest hole on the course this par 5 is a true 3 shot hole. Avoid the cross bunkers on your second shot to give yourself a chance to hit the green in regulation.
A par 4 that puts a premium on every shot. You want to hit a short iron into this small saddle shaped green. Miss the green and you are looking at a difficult up down.
A mid iron shot to a green that is surrounded by hazard. Water short and left and bunkers right get your attention while standing on the tee. Choosing the correct club is paramount.
An uphill dog leg right with a left sloping fairway makes this finishing hole a true test of patience. Keep your ball out of the water on your tee shot and you will have a good chance to make par and go to Tavern 19 for a cold beer.
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This classic par 72 championship 18 hole golf club designed by famed architect, A.W. Tillinghast features small undulating greens surrounded by deep menacing bunkers and large fairways. With 4 sets of tees, Suneagles Golf Club is Ideal for all golf abilities. Conveniently located just a few mile from the Garden State parkway in Eastern Monmouth county makes Suneagles Golf Club perfect for your corporate function or charity outing. Contact us to so we can personalize your event.