Straight away, short Par 4 with OB on the right. A pond in the right rough is 170 yards from the tee. Relatively easy hole to make par.
A good drive here is necessary to get the right angle to the green. A small pond to the right is really not in play. There is a large group of trees that guard your approach to the green if you’re too far to the right off of the tee.
Short, straight Par 3, but you need to carry the water on your tee shot. Water comes within 25 yards of the green so you need to fly the ball almost all the way.
This hole has been redesigned since 1998. Short in length, but plenty of water. A pond is in front of the tee and also on the right side of the hole about 200 yards from the tee. All along the left side of the fairway is another large pond running parallel with the hole. A good straight tee shot is very important here.
The key to this hole is hitting a straight tee shot. Trees line both sides of the teeing area with OB to the right. You may use an iron here instead of a wood just to play it safe and straight. A shot of 200 yards off the tee leaves an 150 yard approach shot to the green.
This hole is fairly straight and not a whole lot of trouble. Small group of trees to the right will catch some balls off the back tee and OB is to the right also. The pond on the left comes into play from the white tee. With a good drive, you can reach the green in two shots. Two small bunkers guard the fairway about 40 yards form the green.
Straight away medium length Par 3 with small bunkers on each side of the green. The green slopes toward the tee so you really don’t want to go over the green on your tee shot. It leaves a difficult downhill chip shot.
Playing this hole requires another straight tee shot. You need to carry a small valley in the fairway about 240 yards off the tee. This leaves you on flat ground for your approach. A bunker guards the right side of the green. Water down the left side and a small grove of trees on the left landing area.
Fairly short Par 5 with woods all along left rough. Plenty of room to the right. The green is guarded by an evergreen on the right side. Also the green slopes away from the right to the left so anyone chipping form the right of the green has a difficult chip shot to get close to the hole.
This hole requires a very straight tee shot. If you can hit it 185 yards in the fairway you are left with about 160 yards. You must carry over a small pond which is about 80 yards from the green. Tee shot is very important here.
This is a real challenge from the blue tee. Your tee shot has to be straight as trees line both sides of the hole. If you are good enough to get close or even of the green you may not par it. This green is very long from the left to right so you may have over 100 feet putt depending where the hole is. If you play from the lower tee its not as far but you still need to negotiate on the green.
This hole looks easier than it plays. You don’t have a whole lot of room to the right off the tee because the ground all slopes away about 150 yards from the green. You also have a very difficult chip if you go over this green because of the slope of the green from front to back. A par 4 is good score.
This is one of the toughest holes on the course. Usually, the wind is on your face so you have to hit a really good hard drive. The dogleg left is also in play because if you hit your drive a little right you may be OB. Your approach leaves you another fairly long shot to a green guarded by a mound on the front right. I’ll take a par here every time and be smiling to the next tee.
This hole is rather deceiving to look at from the tee. You need to hit your drive down the right side more than what it looks like. If you hit your drive down the fairway line to the left you will not stay in the fairway. A good drive leaves you a downhill second shot to a green guarded by water on the left side. This green is built up and slopes towards you, so if you go over your chip shot is extremely interesting.
This is one of the prettier holes on the golf course. The tee is very long and is set back in the woods and the trees run all the way along the left of the hole to the green. This hole can play about 530 yards or 490 yards. There is a small pond about 220 yards from the green and a large pond runs all along the left rough up to 20 yards from the green.
This hole is straight away but longer than you think. It plays gradually uphill so you need to hit more club than normal. A mound positioned on the right side by the green also adds some very quirky bounces. OB to the right of the cart path squeezes this hole even tighter. Take your par and go on.
This hole provides a couple of options. Go for it or lay up. The big hitter has a chance of hitting the tee shot over the woods and even on the green. You need a little local knowledge to find the right angle and a little luck to hit it on. Most golfers must carry a pond in front of the tee (about 130 yards to make it across) with a shot around 180 yards. This leaves about 125 yards to an uphill green that is really flat so its hard to tell how close you are if you’re on.
Beautiful finishing hole. This hole demands a long tee shot to carry a ditch that curves all around and thru this hole. A good 220 yard shot off the tee will carry the stream. The hole then doglegs right. A small bunker guards the left side if the green while the ditch flanks the right side and behind.