The Golf Club
at Yankee Trace
Back of Scorecard -
9-Hole (for Shootout)
Directions & Maps
In the fall of 2009, USDGA
board meeting was held in Dayton, after the
meeting the board had the chance to play the
golf course. The board was very impressed
with Yankee Trace course and felt that it
will be a perfect host for 2011 US Deaf Golf
Keith Worek, President of the
US Deaf Golf Association, likes the course, especially
the last four holes. The last four holes
appear easy but can really test your guts
when you are under pressure!
Bill Roberts, 7-time US Deaf
Golf Champion, felt that this course was one
of most fun courses he has played on. He
thought there are several very good
risk-reward holes, where one could make a
good score on or mark up a big number if one
isnít careful. He agrees with Keith that the
last 4 holes will challenge any golfers, no
matter how good they are.
Yankee Trace's Four Finishing Holes
The fairway looks wide and easy; yet,
you could have a real trouble
choosing a club from tee or even 2nd
The hole is long and has a big green.
Make a birdie - beer will be on me.
Very testy and tight hole.
No need to tell you, see it yourself!
Well, this is a real interesting hole.
Still trouble for both long and short
Making a par is what you should look