ANDY DYE COURSE The Andy Dye Course at Eagle Ridge was originally laid out to maximum advantage of the spectacular natural canyon winding through the course from “tip to tip” using traditional and classic golf design with the fundamental elements of risk and reward decision in shot making and its execution. The entire 18 holes are working together, offering unlimited balance and complimentary shot selection, creativity and mental discipline. The elevated and narrow greens makes it the most difficult course of the club. GREG NORMAN COURSE Greg Norman has designed a course that has been subtly shaped on the fairways and greens where accuracy and distance will be put at a premium. It does appear to be challenging course that would be enjoyed by all. For the avid golfer looking to play a serious game, he has created signature hole for the ultimate golfing pleasure. ISAO AOKI COURSE The Aoki Course was deliberately designed for the weekend golfer with its wide open fairways and negligible rough. The course is not that heavily contoured or bunkered but some of the greens could display a problem if you end up on the wrong side of the pin placement. In deference to its designer, the clubhouse has sushi bar and fishponds. Even the lockers allow for a Japanese style bath and sauna. NICK FALDO COURSE Nick Faldo has designed an up and down course that will present a golfing test to golfers of any level. There is a potpourri of wide and tight driving holes that always seem to have bunkers in the most unwelcome spots. A well-struck drive, however, will most certainly be rewarded. The greens will test both your approach shot and putting touch as some will slope radically away from the line of play. It is the longest course of the club.