1Downhill off the tee. Ideal tee shot should be 190-200 yards played to the right of the 150 yards post.There is water left of the green so try to keep your approach short of the hole. Green slopes from back to front.2Downhill par 3, plays one club shorter than the actual yardage.The green is split down the middle with the high side on the right, low side on the left. A shot to the middle will funnel downhill to the left side.3Ideal tee shot plays 210-230 yards to the flat landing area at the top of the hill; however,the green can be seen from the 150 yard post. The high point on the green runs down the middle, front to back.4Difficult green, front 3rd of the green, ball will funnel to the left. High point is on the right.There is a bowl/pocket in the back center of the green. Good luck with any downhill putts.5A true three shot, double dogleg par 5. Tee shot of 180-200 yards is ideal. Best to keep your second shot simple,a 200 yard shot played just to the right of the 150 pole is preferred. Uphill shot to the green plays one club longer.6Fairway slopes left to right, 150 yard pole is a good target. Second shot is all uphill,plays at least one club longer than the yardage. Missing the green to the left is better than missing it to the right.7Right of the green will kick the ball left, back half of the green slopes left.There is no reason to play a shot left of the center of the green. Left of the green is nothing but trouble.8Play this hole backwards, identify the yardage you want left into the green to pick your club off the tee.200 yards off the tee leaves 120-130Yards to the green. Keep in mind your second shot will be uphill.9"Let the BIG DOG EAT" this hole can easily be reached in two.The prO-Blem is you can be playing from a downhill lie to an uphill green. If you can't reach it, it would be better to leave yourself a 100-120 yards 3rd shot.10Don't let the yardage fool you. This hole plays tough. Tee shot must favor the right side (left can block you out).The green plays like an upside down saucer with the high point in the middle. Hard to get close to the hole.11Fairway slopes right to left, ideal tee shot would be played 180-190Yards slightly right of the 150 pole. Second shot plays about a half club farther than the actual yardage.12Tee shot of 220-240 yards, played slightly right of the 150 pole is ideal.The green has a severe high / low point and sharp front to back. Right side is high, left side is low, center shots will funnel to the left.13Right side is a sucker pin, it can be reached if you take an extra club.Safe play is middle or left. Short of the green, everything kicks hard right. When in doubt play left.14This hole is a dogleg right, but don't be fooled into thinking you need to cut the corner - it's a trap! The smart play is 220 - 240Yards over or just slightly right of the 150 yar15Green slopes right to left, left of the green is bad news. Right of the hole is the safe play.Green slopes right to left, left of the green is bad news. Right of the hole is the safe play.16Dogleg left, but don't play your tee shot left of center. Can be easily reached in two, but your second shot might be played from a downhill lie.Area around the green slopes right to left. Aim right of the flag.17Elevated tee, plays a half club shorter than the actual yardage.High point of the green is in the center running right to left. Aim at a back left pin, aim right and let the ball funnel to it.18Let the BIG DOG EAT", easily reached in two. IF you can't reach it on your second shot,the best way home is to leave yourself a 140 yard shot to the green. You can get closer, but it will be a downhill lie shooting uphill.
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