Smokey Hill Country Club Golf Course

Smoky Hill Country Club

3303 Hall Street
(785) 625 - 7377
 P.O. Box 204
Hays, KS 67601

Hole # 1 Tee Box


#1 This hole is a fade friendly dog-leg right. Players with length can place one in the middle with a long iron or fairway wood, while driver can get you to birdie range. At 402 yards from the back tees, number one is a generous hole to get the day going.




Hole 2


#2. A straightforward Par 5 totaling 523 yards. Although it is not extremely long, with a southwind it will make 523 seem very punishing. With bunkers guarding the right side of the fairway, and both sides of the green, two great shots will give you an easy birdie opportunity with a possible eagle.



#3 Water, trees, out of bounds, and fun. Number 3 challenges players at all levels and provides a great opportunity for a birdie. Playing smart requires a long-iron or fairway wood shot, which will leave you a wedge into the green. Those players wanting to go for it can take dead-aim and fire at the green with drivers.



#4 A tough par 3 at 180 yards. This hole requires a slight fade shot with trees to the right of the tee box. With two bunkers on the left side of the green, this hole is very challenging especially with a long iron.



#5 At 431 yards, a challenging par 4 for the men and a par 5 for the women. This is the longest par 4 on the golf course. With trees to the right and out of bounds to the left make the tee shot very difficult. A long iron is needed to reach this hole on the second shot. Once to the green, a sloped green makes a difficult par.


Hole 6


#6 The longest hole on the golf course listing at 562 yards. This hole requires three great shot to have a chance at birdie. Dog-legging right with out of bounds left, and a two tier green, makes this the toughest hole on the golf course.


Hole # 7


#7 A short par 4 totaling 324 yards with trees on both sides of the fairway. An iron in the middle is the safest play. But for the long hitters, a driver can reach the green setting up an easy birdie.



#8 A challenging up hill par three totaling 210 yards. A long iron or rescue club is needed to get to the green on this hole. With bunkers on the left, right, and back of the green makes this hole extremely tough.


Hole # 9


#9 A beautiful par 4 heading back to the clubhouse. This 405 yards can be tough with a south wind. Water all along the right side of the green and two bunkers to the left of the green makes this hole the toughest for the Women.