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Tee Total Yardage Men's Rating Men's Slope Women's Rating Women's Slope
Black 7049 74.5 136 ~ ~
Men's Hybrid 6832 73.1 132 ~ ~
Blue 6613 / 6581 71.9 128 ~ ~
White 6032 69.4 122 75.0 130
Ladies' Hybrid 5626 ~ ~ 72.5 126
Yellow 5272 70.4 121 ~ ~

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Scorecard

Hole 1

Hole 1

The starting hole at Barrington is a medium length, dogleg left par 4. Tee shots that are hit well enough to carry the large bunker will set up a short approach to a relatively shallow green. Be sure to avoid the deep faced green side bunker as shots hit there will most likely lead to bogey or worse.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 407 4 9 11
Men's Hybrid 407 4 9 11
Blue 364 4 9 11
White 345 4 9 11
Ladies Hybrid 298 4 9 11
Yellow 298 4 9 11
Hole 2

Hole 2

The second hole is the shortest of all the par 3’s at Barrington Golf Club. Club selection is at a premium, and any pin placed near the bunker or back of the green should be avoided. Shots hit over the green will most likely lead to a high score.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 163 3 17 17
Men's Hybrid 163 3 17 17
Blue 158/144 3 17 17
White 125 3 17 17
Ladies Hybrid 119 3 17 17
Yellow 119 3 17 17
Hole 3

Hole 3

The third hole is a nice birdie opportunity if you stay out of the trees that align both sides of the fairway. The ideal shot is a left-to-right shot off the tee and then again for the second shot. There is a large bunker awaiting any shot that comes up short.

   
Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 536 5 3 3
Men's Hybrid 517 5 3 3
Blue 517 5 3 3
White 477 5 3 3
Ladies Hybrid 477 5 3 3
Yellow 397 5 3 3
Hole 4

Hole 4

Many golfers agree the golf course starts here! The tee shot off of number 4 gives you a couple of options. If you hit the ball long off the tee, you can challenge the large bunker on the left side and, if successful, have a short wedge to a generous green. The other option off the tee is to play right of the bunker, which leaves you a longer approach to the green. A deep, precarious bunker will catch balls that are hit to the right of the green.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 427 4 11 7
Men's Hybrid 427 4 11 7
Blue 392 4 11 7
White 362 4 11 7
Ladies Hybrid 362 4 11 7
Yellow 335 4 11 7
Hole 5

Hole 5

Although short on length, this par 5 is by far the most dangerous on the course. Your tee shot must contend with a forced carry over a pond onto a generous fairway. If you hit your tee shot well, you may be tempted to go for the green in two. However, another pond guards the front of the green. Shots that carry over the green usually end up under large trees or in a bunker behind the center of the green. The smart shot is usually laying up to the right side of the green, getting your par, and going to the next hole.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 492 5 1 1
Men's Hybrid 458 5 1 1
Blue 458 5 1 1
White 390 5 1 1
Ladies Hybrid 383 5 1 1
Yellow 383 5 1 1
Hole 6

Hole 6

This par three can be an intimidating hole, especially on windy days. A large pond guards the front and left sides of the green. Nicklaus left a bailout to the right of the green. If you make par at #6, that is usually good enough to win the hole!

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 194 3 15 15
Men's Hybrid 179 3 15 15
Blue 179 3 15 15
White 135 3 15 15
Ladies Hybrid 135 3 15 15
Yellow 100 3 15 15
Hole 7

Hole 7

The tee shot is crucial and must be right of center of the fairway for the best approach to the green. A series of bunkers on the right side makes this a daunting task. The approach to the green is well protected by bunkers, which makes accuracy a premium.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 420 4 7 9
Men's Hybrid 420 4 7 9
Blue 397 4 7 9
White 370 4 7 9
Ladies Hybrid 323 4 7 9
Yellow 323 4 7 9
Hole 8

Hole 8

This seems like a short, benign hole. The tee shot requires a slight left-to-right shot. Be careful to avoid the deep fairway bunkers on the right. If your tee shot ends up left, a series of trees can make the approach shot difficult. This is a great birdie opportunity if your tee shot ends up in the fairway.

 
Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 376 4 13 13
Men's Hybrid 359 4 13 13
Blue 359 4 13 13
White 324 4 13 13
Ladies Hybrid 324 4 13 13
Yellow 272 4 13 13
Hole 9

Hole 9

This long, beautiful par four requires distance and accuracy on both the tee shot and approach. Balls hit to the right off the tee may find the OB, and shots hit left will find the bunker or water hazard. The approach shot is generally into a prevailing wind and plays much longer than the actual yardage.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 449 4 5 5
Men's Hybrid 432 4 5 5
Blue 432 4 5 5
White 405 4 5 5
Ladies Hybrid 341 4 5 5
Yellow 341 4 5 5
Hole 10

Hole 10

This hole offers no let up after the difficult ninth. With water on the right and OB left, the only option is a straight drive. Your second shot will be long to mid-iron into a very thin green. Be careful to avoid the large deep-faced bunker to the right of the green.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 453 4 10 10
Men's Hybrid 453 4 10 10
Blue 423 4 10 10
White 388 4 10 10
Ladies Hybrid 388 4 10 10
Yellow 347 4 10 10
Hole 11

Hole 11

This is the first of two beautiful par 5’s on the back nine. Be careful on the drive to straddle the fairway bunker, because anything hit to the right side of the fairway will probably find the rough. The second shot is either a routine lay up to about the 100 yard marker, or you can choose to challenge the lake on the left and go for the green in two. The bail out here is to the right of the green, but you must avoid the large bunker on the right of the green.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 549 5 2 2
Men's Hybrid 549 5 2 2
Blue 522 5 2 2
White 498 5 2 2
Ladies Hybrid 454 5 2 2
Yellow 454 5 2 2
Hole 12

Hole 12

This is Barrington Golf Club’s Signature hole. It is a medium length, island par 3 surrounded by water. There is little bail out here, so pick the right club and hit it solid!

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 186 3 14 14
Men's Hybrid 155 3 14 14
Blue 155 3 14 14
White 140 3 14 14
Ladies Hybrid 140 3 14 14
Yellow 100 3 14 14
Hole 13

Hole 13

This short par 4 gives the player a chance at a routine par or even a birdie if your tee shot finds the fairway. Be sure to avoid the bunker on the right of the fairway and short of the green.

   
Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 351 4 16 16
Men's Hybrid 351 4 16 16
Blue 329 4 16 16
White 309 4 16 16
Ladies Hybrid 309 4 16 16
Yellow 245 4 16 16
Hole 14

Hole 14

Perhaps the nicest hole on the golf course, this long par 5 requires nothing less than a straight tee shot. This hole gives the player many options. Be sure to notice where the pin location is, because that will dictate which side of the cross bunkers you need to land your lay-up shot. There are two very challenging pin locations – middle left between two bunkers and back right. Be careful not to get too greedy on your approach shot, as you will more than likely make a bogey or worse.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 529 5 4 4
Men's Hybrid 495 5 4 4
Blue 495 5 4 4
White 468 5 4 4
Ladies Hybrid 429 5 4 4
Yellow 429 5 4 4
Hole 15

Hole 15

This hole plays much longer than the actual yardage due to the fact it is all uphill. The tee shot must squeeze between an enormous bunker on the left and a forest on the right. If you find the fairway, your second shot will play at least one extra club to a two-tiered green that is difficult to read.

 
Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 399 4 12 12
Men's Hybrid 399 4 12 12
Blue 365 4 12 12
White 350 4 12 12
Ladies Hybrid 312 4 12 12
Yellow 312 4 12 12
Hole 16

Hole 16

This is the beginning of three fabulous finishing holes at Barrington. It is the longest par 3 on the course and leads to a fairly receptive green. The green is well protected on the left by a large bunker. If you miss on the right side, you will be faced with a green that runs away from you. Par is a terrific score on #16!

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 219 3 18 18
Men's Hybrid 202 3 18 18
Blue 202/184 3 18 18
White 163 3 18 18
Ladies Hybrid 163 3 18 18
Yellow 148 3 18 18
Hole 17

Hole 17

The seventeenth is the longest par four on the course and places a premium on the tee shot. A little too far left or right you are completely blocked out for your approach shot. A perfect tee shot will leave you with a long iron shot to a three-tiered green. There are no bunkers on this hole, but plenty of opportunities to find trouble.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 454 4 8 6
Men's Hybrid 435 4 8 6
Blue 435 4 8 6
White 388 4 8 6
Ladies Hybrid 354 4 8 6
Yellow 354 4 8 6
Hole 18

Hole 18

One of the most picturesque holes in all of Ohio! It is also a hole you do not want to have to make a par on! With water all the way up the right side and out of bounds left, there is no bailout. If you find the fairway, your second shot will be a mid-iron. Anything hit to the right for your approach shot will find water while a left side shot has a good chance to find the greenside bunker.

Category Yards Par Men's HCP Women's HCP
Back 445 4 6 8
Men's Hybrid 431 4 6 8
Blue 431 4 6 8
White 395 4 6 8
Ladies Hybrid 315 4 6 8
Yellow 315 4 6 8