Golf Scorecard

Established in 1959, Ellington Ridge Country Club is an 18 hole championship golf course designed by noted golf architect, Geoffrey Cornish.

Click each hole # for images and information.

Hole # 1   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
371
 
Blue
363
 
Grey
363
 
White
358
 
Gold
358
 
Green
347
 
Forward
347
The 1st hole at Ellington Ridge was renowned Architect Geoffrey Cornish's favorite starting hole. It is a dogleg right with a fairway bunker on the right corner. Putting the ball in the fairway is key to getting off to a good start.
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11 9

Hole # 2   |   Par 5


Tees Yardage
 
Black
543
 
Blue
499
 
Grey
478
 
White
478
 
Gold
424
 
Green
417
 
Forward
349
The 2nd hole is a great risk reward par 5 for all types of players. There is a cluster of three bunkers that range from 100 to 150 yards from the green that all players must negotiate. Strategic planning is a must.
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5 1

Hole # 3   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
380
 
Blue
357
 
Grey
357
 
White
343
 
Gold
287
 
Green
278
 
Forward
278
At first glance the 3rd hole looks easy but the green is slightly elevated and the depth of the green is only 60 feet, which makes for a difficult approach and tricky chip shot if you miss the green.
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15 13

Hole # 4   |   Par 3


Tees Yardage
 
Black
188
 
Blue
180
 
Grey
180
 
White
146
 
Gold
146
 
Green
128
 
Forward
128
The 4th is well bunkered and has one of the best greens on the course. The swale on the left side presents difficult putting challenges and more than a few 3 putts over the years.
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17 17

Hole # 5   |   Par 5


Tees Yardage
 
Black
556
 
Blue
485
 
Grey
485
 
White
473
 
Gold
473
 
Green
446
 
Forward
343
The 5th is par 5 with five fairway bunkers which create a lot of decisions for all players, especially the cross bunkers at about 100 yards. No player wants to hit that shot, so one must take great care to play away from them.
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3 3

Hole # 6   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
347
 
Blue
339
 
Grey
339
 
White
332
 
Gold
332
 
Green
327
 
Forward
327
A short par 4, the 6th has one big obstacle that gets everyones attention. The 100 foot oak tree is a concern for any tee shot to the left of the fairway.
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9 7

Hole # 7   |   Par 3


Tees Yardage
 
Black
191
 
Blue
184
 
Grey
158
 
White
158
 
Gold
150
 
Green
150
 
Forward
95
The beautiful setting on the 7th comes to mind when I think of this hole. The large pond is teeming with bass and other fish and water fowl. The green looks benign, but for most players it is difficult to read.
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13 15

Hole # 8   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
388
 
Blue
377
 
Grey
377
 
White
335
 
Gold
284
 
Green
278
 
Forward
278
The 8th is a beautiful, uphill par 4 that plays longer than the yardage. The bunker located 30 yards short of the green can play havoc with shots that find it. The severely back-to-front sloping green is considered one of the most traitorous on the course.
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1 11

Hole # 9   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
453
 
Blue
436
 
Grey
401
 
White
401
 
Gold
360
 
Green
356
 
Forward
262
The 9th is a long, beautiful dogleg left that required a good tee shot as the fairway tilts from left to right. The long second shot is uphill and has a nice setting with the clubhouse in the background.
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7 5

Hole # 10   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
343
 
Blue
338
 
Grey
338
 
White
332
 
Gold
332
 
Green
320
 
Forward
320
A shortish par 4 that doglegs slightly to the left and the fairway slants to the right. The ball is usually below your feet on the approach shot. The green will make the best green reader scratch his head in disbelief.
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8 14

Hole # 11   |   Par 5


Tees Yardage
 
Black
552
 
Blue
537
 
Grey
468
 
White
468
 
Gold
463
 
Green
463
 
Forward
373
The 11th is a long par 5 that has a swale that runs through the middle of the fairway at 140 yards from the green that forces a well calculated layup shot. The green has a double tier with a lot of good hole positions.
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2 2

Hole # 12   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
389
 
Blue
375
 
Grey
375
 
White
364
 
Gold
323
 
Green
313
 
Forward
313
The 12th is an unassuming but underrated hole. The green is raised on the left side and well bunkered.
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14 8

Hole # 13   |   Par 5


Tees Yardage
 
Black
510
 
Blue
489
 
Grey
489
 
White
452
 
Gold
407
 
Green
407
 
Forward
312
The best risk reward hole on the course is the 13th. A par 5 with a pond located 60 yards short of the green presents a major obstacle for all golfers. The large and sloping green is also one of the most difficult on the course.
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10 14

Hole # 14   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
373
 
Blue
358
 
Grey
358
 
White
331
 
Gold
282
 
Green
273
 
Forward
273
The straightaway par 4 has a large green with a narrow opening between two bunkers to run the ball up. When the hole location is back it is difficult to get the ball to the hole.
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12 12

Hole # 15   |   Par 3


Tees Yardage
 
Black
195
 
Blue
172
 
Grey
172
 
White
143
 
Gold
143
 
Green
113
 
Forward
113
The 15th is a downhill par 3 with a green ringed by bunkers. The hole ranges from 113 to 195 yards and is challenging from all tee locations. Anyone that has played tournament golf knows that the teeth of Ellington Ridge is in the last four holes.
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18 16

Hole # 16   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
445
 
Blue
402
 
Grey
373
 
White
373
 
Gold
325
 
Green
312
 
Forward
243
The uphill, straightaway par 4 16th not only plays long, but also has one of the most difficult greens on the course. Keep it below the hole because 3 putts are a common occurrence.
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6 10

Hole # 17   |   Par 3


Tees Yardage
 
Black
239
 
Blue
183
 
Grey
171
 
White
171
 
Gold
148
 
Green
142
 
Forward
142
The par 3 17th plays long from all tee locations, especially the back tees at 239 yards. The green is large and deceptively sloped.
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16 18

Hole # 18   |   Par 4


Tees Yardage
 
Black
473
 
Blue
433
 
Grey
378
 
White
378
 
Gold
317
 
Green
313
 
Forward
285
A great finishing hole! This long uphill par 4 has determined a lot of championships in the history of Ellington Ridge. The hole is relentless from tee to green and the tough thing is that you can play it well and still walk off with a score higher than you thought you deserved.
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4 6
SLOPE MEN WOMEN
 
Black
138  
 
Blue
133 133
 
Grey
129 131
 
White
126 127
 
Gold
122 122
 
Green
120 119
 
Forward
  112
RATING MEN WOMEN
 
Black
73.5  
 
Blue
71.5 77.5
 
Grey
70.2 76.1
 
White
69.3 74.8
 
Gold
66.7 71.9
 
Green
66.1 70.8
 
Forward
  67.4