Oak Hollow is fortunate to have many of the unique characteristics of a Pete Dye design. Railroad ties, pot bunkers, several peninsula greens and even an island tee make up a bevy of Pete Dye design features. However our small, undulating greens serve as our most recognizable Dye trademark. The signature hole is the 420-yard, par-4 sixth, a dogleg left around the lapping waters of the lake. An island tee box at the tips offers an air-gulping challenge for the brave.
Blair Park measures 6,449 yards from the championship tees and plays to a par of 72. It's a bit unusual in that it opens with two par-5s, then tests the golfer with a par-4 that is the course's No. 1-handicap hole. The 7th hole is also a par-5. Only one par-5 is on the back nine, the 18th hole. The layout also offers men's regular (6,009), senior (5,737) and women's (5,171) tees. Blair Park is traversed by creeks that can come into play on more than ha.