A golf course is the grounds where the game of golf is played. It is comprised of a series of holes, each consisting of a teeing ground, a fairway, the rough and other hazards, and a green with a flagstick ("pin") and hole ("cup").
Nine Bridges' appeal starts with its tranquil setting, with holes etched into pine-clad, rolling topography in the shadows of Mount Halla, Korea's tallest mountain at 6000 feet. At times the tumbling terrain resembles Scotland's Gleneagles. The variety of holes is superb, with no two consecutive holes that play in the same direction. Lakes, creeks and wooded slopes not only contribute to the beauty and variety, but are seamlessly integrated into the strategic aspects of the design.
Each hole needs to meet regulation cup size. Research the dimensions of a golf cup if necessary.
The putting area for the hole must have an area between 350-450 square feet.
The hole must have at least three hazards. Research golf hazards if necessary.
The fairway must be between 300-450 yards.
You will need to construct a scale. The designed hole will be drawn or digitally constructed much smaller than true size, therefore you want to make all parts proportional.