A good starting hole that doglegs slightly to the right. The elevated tee box will allow you to see the entire hole. A small creek goes along the left side of the hole. There is plenty of room on this hole, but just be aware. Make sure you check the pin location before hitting your approach shot as this is one of the deepest greens on the course.
Keep your tee shot to the left and you will be in good shape, as out of bounds can come into play on the right side. The big hitters will be able to carry the bunker on the right side for a few extra yards. If the wind is right some people will be able to get there in two, but any errant shots to the right will be caught by the greenside bunker. Try to keep your approach shot below the pin as this green slopes from back to front.
Our first par 3 is a tough one as it plays slightly up hill and is protected by bunkers in the front of the green. Choose your club wisely as wind and playing up hill always are a factor. Pay attention to where the pin is located on this hole as a spine runs right through the middle of this green. Hit on the wrong side and you leave your self with a long putt.
A very good par 4 that will leave some guessing what club to use off of the tee. A creek intersects this hole about 70 yards from the green and all terrain funnels to it. Hit your tee shot too long and you may find the creek. Leave your drive too short and it won’t kick down the hill, leaving you with a long, scary approach shot. Your approach shot is important here as anything hit too short will roll back down to the creek. Hit anything too long and you’re left on a ridge for a tough up and down.
Welcome to the toughest hole on the golf course! Water guards the entire left side and there is out of bounds down the right side. The fairway is straight but you won’t be able to see it from the tee box. Trees line the left side of the fairway so try to hit a drive down the right side. This will put you in good position for your next shot. If you’re long enough you might be able to try and get there in two, but most people will lay-up to 150 yards for the shot over the pond. The green slopes from back to front and left to right. Good Luck!
A dogleg par 4 with a bunker guarding the right side for anyone that gets too aggressive trying to cut the corner. A drive to the left side will give you the best angle of approach to this two tiered green. The bunker will catch any approach shots that are too long. Pay attention to the pin location, because this green is wider than it is deep and slopes from right to left.
A short, straight away, down hill par 4. All tee shots will get an extra kick down the fairway to make your approach shot a little bit shorter. Take time with your approach shot, because two bunkers defend the right and left portions of this green. The green can be a little challenging as it slopes from back to front and slightly left to right. Take your time, because the green may prevent your birdie opportunity.
The mound on the right side of the fairway is a good spot to aim your tee shot. Hit directly over the mound and your ball will roll a few more yards. Hit it to the left of the mound and your left with a good angle of approach to the green. Hit to the right and it may kick behind a tree and definitely puts the greenside bunker into play. Anything short on your approach is just fine, but go long and the green drops off leaving you with a tough up and down. This is a good birdie opportunity as the green slopes from back to front.
A signature par 3 awaits you as you round out your first nine. This hole plays up hill, over water, and is protected by two links style bunkers on the left and right side. Hit a solid tee shot or else you will find yourself in one of those deep greenside bunkers, making an up and down very tough. If you find the green off the tee make sure to take your time, as there are subtle little nuances.
An elevated tee box will give you a good look at this straight away par 4. A drive favoring the left side of the fairway will take the right green side bunker out of play. Birdie opportunities are abundant on this hole. The green generally slopes from back to front.
Three bunkers guard the dogleg on this short par 5. You have two options, cut the dogleg or play straight away. If you cut too much off the dogleg you may find your self out of bounds. A good drive over the bunkers will drastically shorten the hole and make eagle an option. Play safe and you will still have a good opportunity at birdie. The green slopes away from the middle, so take your time when reading your putt.
Water surrounds the entire green on this short, up hill par 3. We like to call it our moat green. Don’t get too nervous because there is plenty of green between the water, even if you can’t see it from the tee box. Find the green in regulation and par should be an easy score, as this green is relatively flat.
Two bunkers guard the dogleg on this downhill par 4. Be careful with your drive as out of bounds is in play on both the right and left sides of the fairway. Starting your drive down the left edge of the bunkers will put you in prime position for your approach shot. A bunker on the left side of the green is there to catch any errant shots. Check the pin location before hitting into this three tiered green that slopes from back to front.
A good par 4 with a tough green. Try to keep your drive down the right side of the fairway for the best angle of approach to the green. A bunker defends the left side of the green. Keep your approach shot below the hole as the right side of this green slopes pretty severely from back to front. Any approach shot over the green will be a tough up and down.
Tee it high and let it fly, as there is plenty of room left and right on this hole. Find this wide fairway and hit it on the green. The green generally slopes from back to front, but it is the subtle breaks that make this hole seem more difficult. Take your time over the birdie putt.
The longest par 3 on the course will welcome you with bunkers protecting the left and rights sides of the green. Factor in the wind on your tee shot as the trees sometimes make it swirl. Try to keep your ball below the hole as this will give you the best opportunity to make your putt. The green is like a turtle back that generally slopes from back to front.
This is the longest hole on the course. Trees line the left side of the fairway helping protect the dogleg. The bunker is reachable down the right side of the fairway. Keep the ball in the fairway for the best chance at getting there in two. Pay close attention on your approach shot. A bunker guards the left side of the green and many shots that hit the green may funnel back to it. A small ridge intersects this peanut shaped green making any approach shot or putt difficult.
Probably one of the most notorious holes on the golf course! The green rises almost 100 feet above the tee box. The finishing hole is straight away up hill. Try to keep your ball in the fairway as this will help get it up to the green. When making your club choice, remember to factor in the hill. Try to keep your ball below the hole when hitting in to this three tiered green that slopes severely from back to front. Anything too short or too long will be a very tough up and down. Par is a great score on this hole! Good Luck!
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