2019 Tournament Course

In 2019, the SAS Championship will return to the hybrid course for Tournament play – using holes from both the Highlands and the Meadows courses. Each hole features Championship Bermuda putting greens, installed over the past two years. 

Hole #1 – Par 4 / 416 yards

A good drive is a must with water down the right side. Second shot is over water to a green that is well guarded by bunkers on the front left.

Hole #2 – Par 4 / 421 yards

Requires an accurate drive and then a medium iron to an undulating green that is well protected by bunkers. Getting close here is difficult.

Hole #3 – Par 3 / 209 yards

A long iron or hybrid club will be used depending on the wind conditions. Putting is at a premium when you reach the green. Par is a good score.

Hole #4 – Par 4 / 435 yards

The length of this hole will test players' driving ability, as well as their long irons.

Hole #5 – Par 4 / 425 yards

This uphill par 4 requires two very good shots. The green is one of the most undulating at Prestonwood.

Hole #6 – Par 4 / 419 yards

Dogleg right, tough driving hole. The second shot is to the smallest green on the course and requires an accurate mid iron.

Hole #7 – Par 5 / 561 yards

A three-shot par 5 for most players. Premium is on the third shot to a large green that is guarded by water on the right.

Hole #8 – Par 3 / 168 yards

Signature hole – 168 yards to an island green. Good chance for a birdie or double bogey.

Hole #9 – Par 4 / 387 yards

A 3 wood off the tee will leave a mid to short iron to a small green guarded by sand and water.

Out – Par 35 / 3,441 yards
Hole #10 – Par 4 / 428 yards

Requires an accurate drive between two bunkers, then a mid to long iron to a green guarded by three bunkers. The green has several levels and some hard to reach pin locations.

Hole #11 – Par 3 / 193 yards

This well-guarded green will test the players' ability to accurately place the ball on the long narrow green. The back part of the green slopes away from the tee shot.

Hole #12 – Par 5 / 571 yards

The longest hole on the course will require an accurate drive and the players' decision on whether to go for it or take the safe route. The green is well guarded by the lake on the right and three bunkers.

Hole #13 – Par 4 / 434 yards

Difficult straightaway par 4. The second shot must carry a bunker guarding the front of an undulating green.

Hole #14 – Par 4 / 410 yards

After a long iron or fairway wood off the tee, the approach shot to the green could yield a birdie. The green has three levels and putts from one to the other could be difficult.

Hole #15 – Par 4 / 431 yards

This downhill par 4 requires two very good shots. The green is one of the most undulating at Prestonwood and is well guarded by bunkers in front.

Hole #16 – Par 4 / 412 yards

After the drive, a mid iron to a steeply sloping green makes a birdie a possibility if the player hits the proper level of the green.

Hole #17 – Par 5 / 503 yards

Hole favors the long hitters on this reachable par 5. Second shot must carry a creek to a green protected by large bunkers.

Hole #18 – Par 4 / 417 yards

After the drive avoids five fairway bunkers, the approach to the green with a mid to short iron must avoid three greenside bunkers. This green will challenge the player to hit the right area or face a tricky putt.

In – Par 37 / 3,799 yards
Total – Par 72 / 7,240 yards