The Front Nine

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Hole 1 mapThis Par 4 hole requires a tee shot left center to avoid a large fairway bunker on the right. A deep green makes club selection very important for the approach shot.

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Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. is an employee-owned, nationally ranked design firm providing civil engineering, surveying, and environmental services. Founded in 1962, HRG has offices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.  Hole One is sponsored by HRG

                              With out of bounds to the right and fescue to the left, finding the fairway with your tee ball is a must on this Par 5. Play your 2nd shot to lay up to your favorite short iron yardage.  Hole 2With OB right & fescue left, finding the fairway with your tee ball is a must on this Par 5. Play 2nd shot to lay up to your favorite short iron yardage. Hole Two is sponsored by Minuteman Press

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Hole 3 mapThis Par 3 has an 80-foot elevation change from tee to green which makes club selection critical. The green is framed by water on the left.
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Hole Three is sponsored by: The Turn Club is a dining and golf experience that is changing the game with a unique concept. The golf side is separate from the restaurant and features six TrackMan simulators. The Turn Club

Hole 4 mapTarget off the tee box to the right center of fairway on this Par 4. The green is well bunkered and approach plays slightly uphill.  

Hole 4 is sponsored by Bonus AccountingBonus Accounting

Hole 5 map

This Par 4 has a large fairway bunker that forces a decision right off the tee. Finding the fairway is very important to set up your approach to a large green surrounded by bunkers.

Hole Five is sponsored by The Cranberry Eagle

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Hole 6 mapThis Par 3 is guarded by a bunk on both sides of a two-tiered green. Wind swirls, so check before choosing club.

Thank you to our Hole Six sponsor, P.J Lynd, Property Tax Collector

The office of the elected property tax collector, P.J. Lynd, is located in the Municipal Center. He is responsible for collecting Cranberry Township property taxes, Butler County property taxes,  and Seneca Valley School District property taxes, as well as for certifications on property and mobile homes being sold or refinanced, as well as for other property-related information. Contact the tax office, Ph: 724-776-1103.

Hole 7 mapKeeping your ball in the fairway on this Par 5 is extremely important as this is the longest hole on the front 9. A 3rd shot will play slightly downhill to a green complex that sits on an angle.

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Hole 8 mapTake enough club on this deceivingly long Par 3. Deep bunkers right and left make hitting the green very challenging.

CDS Logo Opens in new windowHole Eight is sponsored by Cranberry Dental Studio

Known as Pittsburgh’s premier office for cosmetic and physiologic dentistry, doctors Brian Klaich and Robert Klaich have been offering award-winning dental treatment since 2005. With a state-of-the-art facility and a team committed to quality, innovation, and comfort you are in great hands at Cranberry Dental Studio.

Hole 9 mapThis Par 4, dogleg right, plays slightly uphill and includes five bunkers along the right side. The green is large and 2-tiered, which places a premium on an accurate second shot.

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