Tour the Victory Links Golf Course and get tips on each hole.
All distances are from the white tee box. Tour the hole to see more tee box distances!
All holes have six different tee boxes!
From a golfer's perspective, Hole #1 is a healthy starting hole.
The view off the tee is dominated by trees.
Hole #3 is the most straightforward hole on the golf course.
A beautiful hole aesthetically, hole #4 is also a true mental obstacle.
Hole #5 is all about the tee shot.
There is a reason they call hole #6 "the gift". It plays very short for everybody.
Another fun optical illusion. From the tee, the golfer sees five finger-like bunkers.
Much of the difficulty on #8 comes in the pin placement.
Hitting your tee shot over the hazard on hole #9 is the big challenge.
The only hole on Victory Links where a water hazard affects the tee shot.
Golfers hitting from the blue and white tees face one of the most difficult holes on the course.
Be sure to carry the native marsh on this hole.
Hole #13 is all about length. Golfers hitting off the red tee and closer will avoid obstacles.
This hole immediately screams character, a great, cleverly-designed golf hole.
This hole plays easier than it might look. Bunkers line the right side of the fairway.
Another beautiful hole, where the biggest obstacle is mental.
A great finishing hole. From the tee, golfers generally try to avoid the native prairie grass hazard.