1The opening hole is you first test for placing your tee shot in the middle of fairway.Avoid the left bunker for a short shot onto the green. Hole 2 Par 4 Black 365 Blue 350 Whit2Favor the left side to avoid the bunker on the right and for a better angle into a long green which narrows towards the backFavor the left side to avoid the bunker on the right and for a better angle into a long green which narrows towards the back3A straight tee shot is a must.. On the second shot, avoid the left fairway bunker 100 yards short of the green as the fairway narrows. Everyone hopes for a birdie here.4A bit uphill and the wind is generally against you. Use a little extra club into this undulating green. Avoiding the bunkers is a must.A bit uphill and the wind is generally against you. Use a little extra club into this undulating green. Avoiding the bunkers is a must.5What you see is what you get. The right fairway bunker is a good driving line. An accurate iron shot will leave you with a good chance for birdie.6Tee shot is best placed between the bunker and trees on the right. Aim at the left side of the green on approach to avoid the bunker on the right. Be happy with a par on the demand7Usually plays downwind. Long hitters can end up through the fairway on the right. Avoid the fairway bunker on the right for the second shot8This long par 3 has a large green surrounded by bunkers. Prevailing winds comes from the right. A par is a good score.9Uphill from tee to green, this dogleg right makes a sharp turn at near the tee shot landing areaThe green is partially hidden green from the fairway, with a deep bunker guarding the right entrance.10It is tempting to try to cut the corner, but often the risk is greater than the reward.The best line for you tee shot is at the fairway bunker. The second shot staying left of the fairway bunker is a must.This will leave you an easy wedge shot into a long, narrow green.11A beautiful view of the three sisters distracts your drive.Avoiding the right fairway bunker is a mustThis will leave you a mid iron shot into this green.12The tee shot position is important for a second to the green. On the scond shot, using an accurate long club is a must. Use a little more club up hill on approach. Toughest putting13Take an extra club to reach this uphill green, which has two tiers and slopes back to front. Take the par and enjoy the view on the next tee.Take an extra club to reach this uphill green, which has two tiers and slopes back to front. Take the par and enjoy the view on the next tee.14This is the signature hole for Big Meadow with a beautiful view of Three Finger Jack in the background.Avoid the three left bunkers! This will leave you with a short second shot into the green.15An accurate tee shot onto the narrow fairway is a must to leave you with a short iron into this elevated green.After your drive, the real test is avoiding the three bunkers in front of the green. It might be our shortest, but could be our most challenging.16Short double dogleg. Where shot position is critical. Drive down the middle toward the fairway bunker. Hit your second shot to the left to avoid bunker on right. Long hitters can g17A good par three with bunkers left and right of the green. The wind is usually from the left. Make you par and head to the 18th hole.A good par three with bunkers left and right of the green. The wind is usually from the left. Make you par and head to the 18th hole.18An excellent finishing hole. Long hitters must watch out for driving it too far left and finding the water hazard.The green is well bunkered. A par is a good score
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