Course Details

Once flat rice land, the 140 acre golf course has been reshaped into 18 postcard pretty Beaumont golf holes. The reconstruction project added numerous lakes, miles of creeks, palm trees and other native and ornamental plants, and rolling hills to create a golf course unlike anything else in the area. The course was also lengthened over 600 yards to create a truly professional championship caliber layout. Five sets of tees have been created to accommodate all levels of skill (unfortunately, we can’t all play like pros).


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Brentwood Entertainment Complex Scorecard

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Brentwood Course Details

#1 First shot out of the gate, play it safe and sacrifice distance for accuracy on this tee shot.  Nice big green, so aim for center and start your day with an easy par.

#2 Deceptively tough hole.  Prevailing wind blows from right to left.  Any shot going left will finish in left bunker, pampas grass or out of bounds.

#3 Fantastic golf hole.  Challenging to say the least.  All your work begins after your approach shot.

#4 Wind in your face most of the time, so play it safe and find the fairway on your first two shots and you're home free.

#5 Notoriously difficult hole.  Play your tee shot well left for a wide open approach to a well guarded green.

#6 This green is hard to access from any distance, so make your approach shot a good one and walk away with a birdie; miss the green and prepare to write a 5 or 6 on your card.

#7 Possibly most demanding tee shot on the course.  Once again sacrifice distance for accuracy.  Any approach shot right or left will catch two large bunkers.  Over the green is "dead," stay short and increase your chances for par.

#8 Difficulty of hole depends on hole location.  Shoot for middle of green and you will have a makeable birdie try.

#9 Another great hole, huge pond will catch all shots that drift too far right.  Green is big and accessible.  Play it safe and you will finish a very difficult front nine with a par.


#10 First real opportunity for an easy birdie.  Hit this wide fairway and get your second shot around the green for a great chance at birdie.  Green has subtle breaks and requires some local knowledge.

#11 Beautiful signature hole.  You must carry a large pond and avoid a deep bunker on the left.  Nice big green with some severe breaks.  Great par 3.

#12 Very narrow fairway with bunkers on right and left.  Probably second toughest green to access, so be prepared to take your medicine on any errant approach shot.  This par 4 can be treacherous.

#13 A must birdie to help offset the other difficult holes.  Generous flat fairway will allow easy access to large green.  Very birdieable par 5.

#14 One of two holes on course without a bunker.  Stay left off the tee.  Take an extra club on approach shot, tends to play a little long.  Walking to 15th tee with an easy par 4 should be no problem.

#15  Third par 5 on back nine.  Second shot plays downwind so take advantage of this and go for the green.  Green is guarded by bunker on left and right.  Avoid these two hazards and birdie or par should be no problem.

#16 Short par 3.  Green slopes back to front.  Green will accept a well struck shot.  Your work starts when you get out your putter.  Any putt hole high will break severely.  Down hill putts can be lightning fast.  Take your par and move on.

#17 Short par 4.  Pond on left will catch any tee shot down the left side.  Stay right off the tee and take an extra club on your approach to avoid deep bunker in front of green.

#18 Great finishing hole.  This hole has it all.  The wind direction will determine your strategy off the tee.  When playing downwind a pond comes into play on left; into hitting into the wind out of bounds on right and trees will catch stray tee shot.  Approach shot just as challenging.  Bunkers on right and left guard big green that slopes right to left.  Fair, but challenging finishing hole.  Fantastic par 4.