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Gull River Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the highlands with 82 years of history.

9 holes enhanced by natural beauty, Gull River Golf Club curves around The Gull River and Beaver Creek giving you three holes by waters edge. Enjoy nature’s beauty and challenges as you make your rounds through the forests and terrain the Highlands are noted for.

Gull River Golf Club is a great place to enjoy a round, or are planning a golf outing whether a family fun day, major function or event, Gull River Golf Club is open to all and we strive to give our guests the best golf and service experience we can . 

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Hole 1

Par 5, 472 Yards

A challenging opening Par 5, the first at Gull River requires your attention to start the round. A tee shot positioned right of the bunker from the tee will open up the hole to play for position or attack the green protected by a bottle neck approach with a hazard on the left. The green slopes from back to front getting more severe the further into the green the pin is set.

Hole 1

Hole 2

Par 4, 329 Yards

A tight Par 4 dog legging to the left if played from the Blue Tee. The hole calls for a position play to the 100 yard marker with the fairway sloping from right to left. Your approach from the fairway is a scoring opportunity but be cautious as anything long will be short sided and likely end up in the hazard over the green. The green has a 3 subtle tiers with a small plateau in the back left being the most difficult pin position.

Hole 2 (PH2)

Hole 3

Par 4, 359 Yards

A strategic but pretty Par 4 framed by large pines down both sides. The fairway bunker on the left starts at 125 yards from the center of the green and should be taken into account when selecting your club for the tee shot. The green is the smallest target on the golf  course with a slope at the front but most shots carried into the green will release to the back.

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Hole 4

Par 4, 375 Yards

A straight away Par 4 that feels wide from tee but can cause problems with a wayward shot. Any shot lost right in the trees will be difficult to find and call for a sideways pitch out. Having the largest green on the course any pin set to the right will be a difficult approach and putt as it falls to the right and back of the green.

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Hole 5

Par 4, 380 Yards

The most difficult Par 4 on the course, it is set against the the beautiful Gull River overlooking Rotary Park. Hole 5 dog legs to the the left calling for a positioned tee shot to the right center of the fairway. Long hitters can cut the corner to shorten the hole but will be playing to a small target around the corner. Any shot lost to the right will be lost to the hazard that extends up the full length of the hole. 

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Hole 6

Par 3, 220 Yards

A long Par 3 stretching along the back edge of the property at Gull River this hole calls for your best swing from any tee. Playing fractionally uphill you are not able to see the surface of the green and it slopes gradually from right to left throughout.

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Hole 7

Par 4, 350 Yards

The risk reward hole for longer hitters this Par 4 turns in a full "U" shape dog legging severely to the right. Playing 230 yards from the back tee to the center of the green you may choose to hit the blind shot over the hazard aiming just left of the right tower on top of the escarpment. Playing the hole around the corner takes precision as well so be sure to get #'s using a range finder or yardage markers.

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Hole 8

Par 3, 178 Yards

A pretty Par 3 enclosed by thick pine trees down both sides. This hole is defined by its severely sloped green with a large false front that includes the first third of the putting surface. Playing a half club more than expected is a safe play with this tee shot.

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Hole 9

Par 4, 341 Yards

Tee decks set in the hard right bend of the Gull River this is our signature hole at Gull River. A dog leg left Par 4 this hole calls for a tee shot work left  to right or a straight shot hugging the left side. The approach is to a large greens that provides a challenge to finish with subtle breaks moving in all directions.

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