The Falls Golf Club course is set in the foothills of Mount Cheam, with fairways routed around towering cedar trees and rocky outcrops. There’s hundreds of feet of elevation change here, most notably at the 229-yard 4th hole.
Extending to 6,793 yards from the tips, the course plays to a par of 71, with three par threes, three par fours and three par fives laid out on the back nine. The round starts with a par three hole then water comes into contention at the 16th and 17th, where a small lake and a creek separate these back to back par fives as they play in opposite directions.
Other highlight holes include tough par fives at the 572-yard 7th and 567-yard 11th (rated stroke index 1 and 4, respectively), along with the shortest of the par threes at the 146-yard 12th – this hole brings the course back into the residential portion of the property, with housing located along the right hand side of the fairway both here and at the par four 13th.