1Is a 409 yard par four from the Walnut tees. This hole should be played down the right center off the tee.Select one more club than the yardage calls for as it’s an elevated green. Par is a very good score on this hole.2Is a 184 yard par three from the Walnut tees, 113 yards from the forward Ash tees. This green is more receptive to shots approaching from the left side as mounding will help shape Slopes on the back of the green will help retain a shot that might otherwise be going off the back of the green3Plays 367 yards from the Walnut tees…and 272 from the forward Ash tees.The tee shot should play down the right center of the fairway.The back third of this green has been leveled to allow more pin positions at the rear of the green. Careful…miss this green barely left and chances are the ball will end up in th4Plays 523 yards uphill to a well bunkered green. This hole plays long as every shot is played uphill. Careful if you layup short of this green the bunker on the left is about 50 yaPlays 523 yards uphill to a well bunkered green. This hole plays long as every shot is played uphill. Careful if you layup short of this green the bunker on the left is about 50 ya5Plays 378 yards from the Walnut tees. Downhill all the way to the green…expect shots to roll significantly both off the tee and the approach to this green.Be careful to negotiate the new fairway bunker down the right side of the fairway off the tee6Plays 174 yards from the Walnut tees…a downhill par three over a pond creates excitement to clear the hazardIt’s easy to hit this shot too far…try to make sure you are playing the exact distance to get close to the pin.7Plays 497 yards from the Walnut teesNegotiate the two fairway bunkers on the right side of the fairway off the tee. Be careful of the fairway bunker on the left side of the fairway on your second shotYour approach into the green needs to be exact as water surrounds ¾’s of this
green. Best angle to approach this pin on your third shot is from the front left side of the green8Plays just over 400 yards from the Walnut tees, 258 yards from the forward Ash tees.A slight dogleg right…middle of the fairway is a premium to play your best second shot. Select the appropriate club to have 100 to 120 yards for your second shot.Avoid the sand traps on thefront left side of the green…best place to miss this green would be short and right.9Plays 367 from the Walnut tees, and 257 from the forward Ash tees. Tee shot plays downhill…make sure you avoid the small pond on the left side of the fairway with your tee shot.Two new sand traps are added to the right side of the green. Number 9 is one of the easiest
holes on the course.10Plays 545 yards all uphill from the Walnut tee…386 yards from the forward Ash tees. Rated the toughest hole on the course…swing easy…keep you balance and hit the ball as soliPlay your second shot to lay up to about 100 yards short of the green for the flattest lie to play into this green. New green design allows shots going long to hit some mounding an11Plays 152 yards from the Walnut tees…86 yards from the forward Ash teesMounding to the back and right of this green will allow the ball to shape back onto the putting surface. This hole plays a bit uphill…take a little extra club for your tee shot h12Plays 347 yards from the Walnut tees…231 from the forward Ash tees. This tee shots is dramatically downhill…and tends to bounce to the leftPlay your second shot into this green and allow for the green that is somewhat slanting away from you. Don’t dare leave your approach shot short and left…a very steep faced bun13Plays 375 yards from the Walnut tees…and 257 yards from the forward Ash tees.This hole plays dramatically uphill…and your tee shot must negotiate a strategically located sand trap on the left side of the fairwayThis green will allow you to bounce up your approach shot…even
though you can’t see where the ball will land14Plays 549 yards from the Walnut tees…393 yards from the forward Ash tees.Playing areas have been leveled in the fairway to allow better second and third shots. The area just short of the water has been extended and leveled to allow more fair approach shThis green has
significant mounding to the right and behind this green to help deflect a ball towards the flag15A very long uphil par four…this hole plays 487 from the Walnut tees and 259 yards from the forward Ash tees. A long tee shot will leave a pond second shot of around 200+ yards frThis green has been modified to accept bouncing or rolling shots from a less steep apron approach.16This par 3 plays 185 yards from the Walnut tees…119 yards from the forward Ash teesThis green will accept shots rolling or bouncing on a flat approach area. Avoid the two sand traps on the left…and watch for a tricky tier on the back side of the green.17Our longstanding signature hole…this par 4 plays just under 300 yards from a very elevated tee. Straight is the most important…a layup isn’t a bad idea if your score is stillEasy to roll your tee shot up to the green…be careful not to adventure too far left as there is a water hazard that comes into play right up to the left edge of the green. Eagle 18A dogleg left par 4…382 yards from the Walnut tees and 256 yards from the forward Ash tees.Play towards the target sand trap on the right side of the fairway. From there keep your second shot into this green somewhat down the left side away from the sand traps and water A severe slope on the right side will direct a miss hit into the water hazard. Mounding on the left side of the green will direct any shot on the left edge of the green more toward
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