Players Sheet
Cotton Fields Golf Club
by AtlantaGolfer.com

Hole #1
Par 5/502 yards
A short par 5 that yields alot of birdies. A drive hit center or just left of center will provide the best angle in. For those who lay-up, avoid the bunker left of the fairway, about 50 yards short of the green. The only real trouble is way right...all the way down the hole.
Hole #2
Par 4/413 yards
A medium length par 4 that requires a precise approach. Take your drive down the left side. Anything right can be caught in the woods, in thick rough on a hill, and blocked out by a large pine. Water guards the front and left of the green, so a nice high approach is needed. The green has two tiers and slopes back to front.
Hole #3
Par 5/492 yards
Another birdie opportunity on this short par 5. If you can hit a draw off the tee, this is your hole. Any drive of reasonable length will leave you between 200 and 250 out. Depending on your lie (it most likely will be slightly downhill), you will have to decide whether to go for it. If you don't, hit your approach well short of the water in the fairway. Twenty yards short of the water still leaves you a real short iron in to this large green.
Hole #4
Par 4/414 yards
It isn't easy to get into trouble off the tee on this par 4, but be aware, it can be done. As long as you avoid the bunker on the left side of the fairway (and you don't top it into the water!), you should have a mid-iron approach into this fairly receptive green.
Hole #5
Par 3/215 yards
Toughest hole on the course! This par 3 allows for perfect and near perfect shots. Otherwise, bogey is what you hope for. Water all the way down the left side, trees on the right, and a large bunker guards the front of the green. Good luck.
Hole #6
Par 4/374 yards
There is an optical illusion on this hole. The water looks equal distant all the way across, but only long hitters will clear the water on the left side. Keep your drive to the right. The bunker in front of the green doesn't really come into play, unless you misclub by two clubs or so, it is well in front of the green.
Hole #7
Par 3/151 yards
Club down on this short downhill par 3. Two bunkers behind the green are tough to get out of. The bunker on the front left is no picnic either. Otherwise, easy-schmeazy.
Hole #8
Par 4/365 yards
For those with that soft fade off the tee, here is your hole! Aim for the bunker on the left and let the ball come back softly into the fairway. I said softly, a hard slice puts your ball in deep trees. A short iron is all you have left into this wide open green.
Hole #9
Par 4/390 yards
This hole looks longer than it really is. Your tee shot is uphill, so you might have a tendency to try to kill the drive. Don't. Any decent tee shot will leave you a mid-iron into the green.
Players Sheet
Cotton Fields Golf Club
by AtlantaGolfer.com

Hole #10
Par 4/334 yards
: There is no reason to hit your driver on this short par 4, and lots of reasons not to. Hit a long iron or fairway wood off the tee, and you will have a short approach into this green. Might be the easiest hole on the course.
Hole #11
Par 4/469 yards
A tough, tough hole. This long par 4 has trouble from tee box to the green (probably on the cart path too!). Your drive has to be long and straight, since left is o.b. and right is trees and rough. It must be long, because you have a long ways to the green with water protecting the front and left, and a bunker on the right.
Hole #12
Par 3/145 yards
Three large bunkers guard this lengthy Par 3. Club selection can vary since a pin placement in the back of the green can make the hole play almost 225 yards in length. Not problems are found should a player actually hit a tee shot long and over the green.

When in doubt as to club selection, always choose the longer club. A short par 3 with the only real trouble being the lake on the left. Even a miss right might catch the hill and roll onto the green. Be aware if the ball stays on the hill though, it's a killer chip to try to keep the ball dry.

Hole #13
Par 4/397 yards
A deceptively tough hole. The tee box and the tree lines line you up into trouble. Either hit your drive with a fade, or flirt with the tree that overhangs the right side of the fairway to keep your ball in good shape. You will still a long mid-long iron in to this long green, where the bailout is right.
Hole #14
Par 5/527 yards
A tricky par 5. The smart play is to play this as a three shot hole, and not get very heroic on any of them. An adequate drive and smart second shot will leave you a short iron in. If you need to pull off a miracle, hit it hard to the right of the bunkers, and any decent length will give you a reasonable chance of reaching from a fairly open area.
Hole #15
Par 3/193 yards
A tough par 3 with o.b. all the way down the right side. Only an atrocious shot brings the water into play, but a good shot can still end up short...so take plenty of club. The bailout is left, though it's no picnic from there to save par.
Hole #16
Par 4/415 yards
The main problem off the tee is the bunker on the right side. Avoid that, you should have a fairly easy mid-iron to an open green.
Hole #17
Par 4/404 yards
Another hole for those of you with that slight fade. Take it just right of the bunker, and a straight ball or one that fades a bit, will be in grade A shape. Your approach will be downhill (so will your lie), so take one less club. The danger here is going long.
Hole #18
Par 4/351 yards
A short par 4 that is most receptive to a draw. Your drive really has to stay to the right, or it will be tough to clear a couple of trees that encroach onto the fairway. A bunker guards the front right of the green, so take plenty of club on your approach.