NOW OPEN for public play. "Haunted Forest CC at Yeti Lake"
THE HAUNTED FOREST COUNTRY CLUB AT YETI LAKE: 18 Holes: Par 72: 6657 yards
Just published my 2nd, a wooded lakeside course. I have put many hours into designing this course and each hole has been meticulously handcrafted. Please give this course a try and rate it high if you enjoyed yourself. My first three playthroughs I shot a -2, a -2, and a -6.
Please, let me know how you liked the layout, what your favorite parts were, and things you didn't like so I can consider these for my next course. Enjoy!
Low in the lake bottoms of the deep Rocky Mountain forest sits a remote course. A course of unsurpassed beauty and splendor. Designed with specific direction to make each hole a unique and challenging, but fair experience. The course forces accuracy off the tee, and well placed approach shots to keep your score low.
Greens are tougher than my first course, but still offer opportunity to convert putts. Fairways are tight when and where they need to be, yet wide enough to offer some leeway to miss-hit drives. Like my other course, most tee boxes are elevated providing a great view of the proper lines to take to keep in the short grass and the hand crafted, surrounding landscaping will hopefully keep you playing the Haunted Forest many times in the future. It was a lot of fun to design, and I'm looking forward to your feedback. -Dr. Yeti-
The Par 5s: The par 5's were each made with a chance to get to the green in two, only if the wind is in your favor, otherwise, pick your layup yardage and hit it safe.
The Par 3s The par threes were designed to test a variety of club distances. From the 190 yard 16th hole to the 100 yard island green 8th. Once again, special care was taken to make sure each par 3 takes your breath away.
The Par 4s As with my design technique, the many par 4s were designed with one thing in mind...uniqueness. Each hole is a different, satisfying experience.
A tee shot that can be risky with the long clubs as water looms to the left on the very short, narrow dogleg right. The approach is short, but the green can be tricky. The pin is back center on a slighty sloped, elevated portion of the green.
Another short dogleg right par 4. This one can be attempted in one, but a line of trees blocks your attempt. Risk it if you dare. The smart play is to pick your layup club and land it carefully in the fairway, avoiding the long bunker that runs along the entire left side of the fairway.