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Foxfire has three 9-hole courses (Blue, Red and Silver). Eighteen-hole play always pairs the courses in specific sequences (Blue / Red, Red / Silver and Silver / Blue). Select the course(s) you will play to view scorecard information. Then, tour the course by clicking on the number of the hole you would like to view.

Blue / Red

Tee Total Yardage Men's Rating Men's Slope Women's Rating Women's Slope
1 6358 71.2 135 ~ ~
2 5941 68.9 127 ~ ~
2/3 5665 67.6 122 ~ ~
3 5379 66.7 115 71.1 126
4 4931 65.3 104 68.6 120
4/5 4608 66.6 115 ~ ~
5 4328 63.3 100 65.1 110
Hole 1

Hole #1 - Blue 1

Par 5

A short par 5 that gives medium-to-long hitters a chance at eagle.  A generous fairway is protected only with a bunker in the landing zone on the left side.  If you plan to go for the green in two, you’ll need to avoid water on the right as well as a deep bunker that protects the front and right of the green.  Those that choose to lay up will play to the narrow part of the fairway, which will lead to an approach to a diagonal green.  This hole offers many birdie chances to start your round.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 484 9
2 461 9
2/3 461 9
3 430 5
4 417 5
4/5 329 5
5 329 7
Hole 2

Hole #2 - Blue 2

Par 3

This is a medium-length par 3 that is framed nicely with trouble. Water looms for shots short or left and a deep bunker awaits any shots to the right of the green. A large putting surface that slopes from back to front offers plenty of pin-placement options. As with most of the par 3s at Foxfire, par is always a good score.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 166 17
2 144 17
2/3 144 17
3 116 17
4 96 17
4/5 96 17
5 92 15
Hole 3

Hole #3 - Blue 3

Par 4

A straightaway par 4 that is framed by water on the left and a long bunker on the right. A good tee shot will give you a short iron to a flat green that is protected on the left by a deep bunker. Good tee shots will give you a nice birdie opportunity.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 365 5
2 343 5
2/3 343 5
3 268 13
4 243 13
4/5 243 13
5 232 13
Hole 4

Hole #4 - Blue 4

Par 4

A great risk-reward dogleg-right par 4. Big hitters may try to carry the water and knock it on the green. Most players will play to the left side of the fairway, as water down the right side seems to attract plenty of golf balls. Avoid the fairway bunkers on the left and you’ll have a short iron onto a large diagonal green. Your approach shot must be accurate as water on the right and bunkers on the left await errant shots. A solid tee shot leads to a potential birdie opportunity.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 332 13
2 309 13
2/3 309 13
3 280 9
4 273 11
4/5 273 11
5 241 9
Hole 5

Hole #5 - Blue 5

Par 4

A short-and-straightaway par 4. Water will catch any errant tee shot to the right, while a group of bunkers will do the same to shots going left. With a solid tee shot, you can expect a short iron onto an elevated green guarded on the right by a deep bunker. A ridge running through the green makes putts more challenging. You should expect a look at birdie with a well-placed tee shot.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 332 13
2 309 13
2/3 309 13
3 280 9
4 273 11
4/5 273 11
5 241 9
Hole 6

Hole # 6 - Blue 6

Par 4

This is a medium-length dogleg right. The fairway narrows at the 125-yard marker, out of bounds runs along the left side and water comes into play on the right, making an accurate tee shot crucial. The large green is protected by water short and right as well as out of bounds to the left. An accurate tee shot and approach will be needed to walk away with a par.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 375 3
2 351 3
2/3 292 3
3 292 7
4 285 3
4/5 264 3
5 264 5
Hole 7

Hole #7 - Blue 7

Par 5

A long par 5 that is a three-shot hole for all but the biggest hitters. Water protects the right side of the fairway, so a smart shot will favor the left side. The layup may be tougher than it looks as the fairway runs into the water hazard just inside the 100-yard marker. Best angle will be from the left side of the fairway onto the diagonal green protected by a bunker on the left and water on the right. Many subtle slopes on the green make for interesting birdie and par putts.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 546 7
2 511 7
2/3 442 7
3 442 3
4 435 1
4/5 392 1
5 392 1
Hole 8

Hole #8 - Blue 8

Par 3

A challenging par 3 that requires a precise tee shot. The long, narrow green is surrounded by water, a bunker and mounding, which makes for tricky up and downs for anyone missing the green. There is a large ridge running through the center which makes putting that much more of a challenge. Par is certainly a good score on this par 3.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 173 15
2 154 15
2/3 154 15
3 139 15
4 110 1
4/5 110 1
5 92 17
Hole 9

Hole #9 - Blue 9

Par 4

This hole requires two well-struck shots. Trees along the left come into play, as does water guarding the right side of the fairway. The landing zone narrows at the 150-marker and you’ll have to navigate water right and a large bunker left with your approach shot to the green. The green is large with many options for the flag and par on this hole is a good score.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 434 1
2 404 1
2/3 342 1
3 342 1
4 268 7
4/5 268 7
5 259 3
Hole 10

Hole #10 - Red 1

Par 4

A medium-length par 4. Favor the left side with your tee shot and that will give you a mid-to-short iron onto a slightly elevated green. The green is subtly sloped with a bunker protecting the right side. Two good shots will give you a birdie opportunity.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 374 4
2 361 4
2/3 341 4
3 341 6
4 330 6
4/5 330 6
5 316 4
Hole 11

Hole #11 - Red 2

Par 3

A challenging par 3 with water along the left side of the hole. The green is elevated and any shot not landing on the green has a chance to bounce left into the water; a short right will roll into a collection area and long right will end up in a deep bunker. All will lead to a challenging up and down. Making par on this hole is a good score.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 176 18
2 158 18
2/3 158 18
3 149 18
4 134 18
4/5 134 18
5 91 16
Hole 12

Hole #12 - Red 3

Par 5

One of the most challenging holes at Foxfire. A long dogleg left with water running down the entire left side. A solid tee shot is necessary to set up your layup into a narrow part of the fairway. If big hitters choose to bite off some of the dogleg, it will lead to a bigger landing area and a wedge onto the green. The green is relatively flat which gives you a good chance to hole a birdie putt or save your par.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 547 2
2 518 2
2/3 482 2
3 482 2
4 439 2
4/5 388 2
5 388 2
Hole 13

Hole #13 - Red 4

Par 4

A short dogleg left that gives you plenty of options off the tee. Big hitters may choose to hit it over the edge of a group of trees and get it close to the green, while most players will have a short-to-medium iron onto the green with a solid tee shot. Approach shots will be played onto a back-to-front sloping green protected by three bunkers on the left side of the green. Good tee shots should give you a birdie opportunity.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 339 12
2 315 12
2/3 315 12
3 300 12
4 235 12
4/5 235 12
5 183 8
Hole 14

Hole #14 - Red 5

Par 5

A medium-length straightaway par 5. The left side of the hole is treelined from the tee to the green. The fairway is generous for many players with the exception of a bunker in the landing area. Big hitters may have a go at the green with their second shot while most will try to lay up to the 100-yard marker. Third shots will have to navigate a large bunker on the left and some mounding on the right to stay on the putting surface. It is a large green with numerous subtle breaks, which makes for challenging birdie or par putts.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 520 10
2 502 10
2/3 502 10
3 485 8
4 445 4
4/5 402 4
5 402 6
Hole 15

Hole #15 - Red 6

Par 4

This hole is a short, straightaway par 4 and a solid tee shot will leave you with a short iron into an elevated green. A wide-but-shallow green is protected in front by two deep bunkers. Approach shots need to land on the green or they could bounce in any direction, which leads to a challenging up and down.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 345 8
2 324 8
2/3 294 8
3 294 10
4 288 8
4/5 288 8
5 249 14
Hole 16

Hole #16 - Red 7

Par 3

This is the longest par 3 at Foxfire and it calls for a long iron or hybrid to reach a well-protected green. It is a large green, framed by water on the right side and a large bunker on the left. There are plenty of pin-position options, which makes par a good score any day you play this hole.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 217 16
2 179 16
2/3 179 16
3 153 16
4 143 16
4/5 143 16
5 125 18
Hole 17

Hole #17 - Red 8

Par 5

A short par 4 with a wide fairway. The fairway and green are protected on the right side by a water hazard. Short to mid-irons will be needed for approach shots. Avoid the bunker on the left and water on the right for a good look at birdie.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 349 6
2 330 6
2/3 330 6
3 319 4
4 309 10
4/5 232 10
5 232 10
Hole 18

Hole #18 - Red 9

Par 4

A lot of options on the shortest par 4 at Foxfire. Big hitters may try to fly the water onto the green, while most players will choose to lay up short of the water that sneaks out into the fairway near the 100-yard marker. The sharply sloped green means few straight putts.

Tee Yards Handicap
1 311 14
2 289 14
2/3 289 14
3 274 14
4 223 14
4/5 223 14
5 212 12