1The opening hole is a short par 4 that’s guarded by water down the right side.Player’s approach shot will have to carry Chicken Creek to a green protected by two bunkers.2The second hole is a tough par 3 with an elevated,two-tiered green that falls off on both the right and left. A good shot is one that finds the center of the putting surface.3This par 5 is reachable in two for longer hitters.A good drive will stay right of the tall trees and beyond the elevated blind fairway. The lay-up is to the left-center of the lower fairway,which will leave a short approach into the green. Any balls coming up short will find Chicken Creek.4The fourth hole is a dogleg left par 4.A good line off the tee is just right of the fairway bunkers and any drivesleft will be blocked out from approaching the small, but fairly flat green.5This straightaway, long par 4 is the hardest hole on the golf course.The second shot plays dramatically uphill to a two-tiered green.6The sixth hole is a short par 3 over a valley of native grass.t’s important to check the wind before taking dead aim.If the pin is in the bowl, players can land their ball on the slope to get it close.7The ideal tee shot on this par 4is down the left-center of the fairway to provide players the best look into the green.The approach shot plays downhill into a two-tiered green. Any balls that miss the green will be left with a difficult up-and-down.8Tee shots on this dogleg right par 4 should avoid the large tee and wastearea that guards the fairway.The approach will require a long-iron over Chicken Creek to a large green that’s protected by multiple bunkers.9The final hole on the front nine is a par 5that features a double fairway that’s split by a deep waste area. Longer hitters will have a chance to reachthe green in two. A creek and wetlands guard the front of the green and eight bunkers lurk behind the putting surface to snatch up any balls that go long.10A waste areas guards the leftside of the tenth fairway as it bends slightly to the left. An ideal drive will travel down the left-center to set up a shorter second shot. Any approach shots thatmiss long or left will leave players an extremely difficult up-and-down from below the green.11The eleventh hole is a dogleg left par 4 that begins from an elevated tee box.Players who find the fairway will have an easier approach shot that must carry Chicken Creek.The green is elevated with two tiers and surrounded by bunkers.12The picturesque twelfth hole is a par 3 over water that requires a long-iron or utility club off the tee.Two deep bunkers tend to catch any wayward shots that go long of the green.13This risk-reward par 5 typically requires three shots to get home.The fairway ends 260 yards from the back tee,where it’ll leave another 260 yards into the green. Longer hitters can carry their ball down a steep slope, leaving around 200 yards left. Bunkers line the right side of the fair14The fourteenth is a long par 4 guarded by a waste area, contained by Pete Dye’s signature railroad ties,that runs the length of the hole. A mid-long iron will be left into this large green that’s protected by a bunker left and waste area right.15The final par 5 is a narrow one that’s guarded by a large waste area down the left side of the hole and Little River on the right.A lay-up down the left-center of the fairway will leave players a short iron or wedge into this two-tiered green16The ideal tee shot on this risk-reward par 4 will find its way on to the hour-glass-shaped green. Avoiding the multiple pot bunkers strategically placed around the hole is a challeThe safe play is a long-iron off the tee to the right of the fairway bunkers, which will leave a wedge in.17The seventeenth is the last par 3and features a two-tiered, island green.18the closing hole is a difficult par 4. After a solid drive, players will still face a long-ironapproach into an undulated green that drops off on all sides. A deep bunker short and right also protects the putting surface.
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