1A moderate par 4 of 405 yards from the back tee that requires areasonably accurate uphill tee shot to a saddled fairway.The second shot plays level to an open green setting with a bunker left. The green is small and moderately contoured.2Another moderate par 4 of 410 yards from the back teewith a fairway that bends gently to the right. The hole is framed by old oak trees and opens to a beautiful green setting protected on the left by a small oak and on the front and The green is moderately contoured allowing for many varied pin placements.3A very demanding par 4 of 460 yards from the back tee requiring an accurate tee shotwith a lake on the left and woods on the right. The second shot crosses a stream 60 yards short ofthe green with the green guarded on the left by a lake and on the right by two bunkers. The green is larger with gentle rolls.4A difficult par 3 of 210 yards from the back tee that plays over water.The green is two tiered with bunkers left and right. Plenty of room infront of the green to play short and get it up and down for your par.5A moderate par 4 of 400 yards tree lined the length of the holeThe tee shot plays almost level to a fairway that slides to the right in the landing areaThe second shot plays uphill through a slight valley to a green bisected by a ridge through the center. The backdrop of the green is framed by a beautiful stately oak tree.6A picturesque par 3 of only 175 yards from the back tee that playsslightly uphill to the green. The green is again framed by beautiful trees with a deep bunker front right. Take enough club so you don’t land on the false front and roll back offThis green has a little more slope and will be fast from back left to front right.7A short but sporty par 5 of only 495 yards from the back tee.The tee shot is level to the fairway, and then the fairway turns to the right and up a hill, then turns back to the left and level into the green.This is a hole with a lot of choices on your second shot. The green has a narrow entrance between a hill on the left and two bunkers front right. The green extends behind the hill 8Maybe the most beautiful and difficult hole on the golf course.The tee shot on this 430 yard par 4 plays slightly downhill to a generous fairwayThe second shot plays 60 ft. uphill to a green set in a bowl with four bunkers stepping up the hill to the green. The fairway winds to the left of the bunkers and enters the green 9A majestic par 5 of 565 yards that plays slightly downhill from the tee.The fairway bends slightly left all the way to the green and is lined by old growth oak trees.The green is three tiered and guarded by two deep bunkers on the left. Par here will always be a good score.10A long par 3 of 210 yards that plays downhill to a green that is elevated off the fairway, narrow in the front and wide in the back.The fairway enters the green from the right side and is protected by bunkers front right and back left.The green is divided into three sections, back right, back left, and front. Hit an accurate iron as an up and down here will be difficult.11A very sporty, picturesque par 4 of only 295 yards that plays downhill.Definitely drivable but the green is narrow and protected by four pot bunkers, two on each side. Several choices are available on how to play this hole; conservative layup, aggressThe green is long and moderately terraced so even on the green you could face a long putt.12A long and gentle dogleg left on this 435 yard par 4. A draw off the teewill allow you to run the ball down the natural slope of the fairway toward the green. The green setting is so natural we have no bunkers on this holeThe green is moderate sized and gently sloping, but it does fall away on the front left.13A gentle gift of a par three measuring only 130 yards from the back tee.The green is wide but shallow with a terrace in the middle that falls down to the lower left.The green is protected by a lake left, and bunkers center and right. The winds are tricky on this hole so make the right club selection.14A long par 5 of 570 yards from the back tee. A straight tee shot through a tree lined alley is required.The second shot is played short of bunkers on the left and sets up a direct approach to the green with bunkers left and front right.The green is moderately contoured by narrows in the back. A good short iron should yield a good burdie opportunity.15This long par 4 of 455 yards is played with a straight away tee shottowards two bunkers set in mounds ahead. This allows a long direct second shot to a green with a bunker front right. The ground allows you to run a shot in from the left side of thThe green is larger and moderately contoured so putting shouldn’t be difficult once you reach the surface.16Another long par 4 of 450 yards from the back tee to a generousfairway with a bunker on the right. You need to get your tee shot down the right side to have a fully open view of the green. A tee shot center or left is blocked visually by a ridThe green is small and bunkered back right, so you need an accurate iron or play short and get it up and down.17A long par 5 of 560 yards from the back tee with two bunkers at 290yards out that cut a generous fairway in half. The second shot needs to avoid the lake left and a small bunker 90 yards short of the green. Although the green is 5,000 square feet The green is guarded by a bunker front left with a pot bunker front right that opens to a chipping area on the right. A skillful wedge or short iron need to be played.18The finishing hole is a par 4 of 443 yards form the back tee that requires a long tee shot left of the large bunker right to visually open up the green setting.The green is bunkered front right and left with a large fescued hill as a backdrop.The green is generous but gently sloping and a par here in front of the club house will allow you to enjoy that drink at the 19th hole.
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