1Players can take dead aim at the fairway bunkers with their tee shots to set up their second shotLonger hitters will want to aim right or cut the corner to avoid driving through the fairway.Hazards line the right side of the hole from 150 yards out so make sure your second shots are dialed in.Approach shots will want to find this raised green as the entire circumferen2The #1 handicap hole comes early on and is a true test for any level of player. The back tee stretches this hole to 481 yards which always plays back into the wind.Tee shots must stay right as the entire left side of the hole is lined with thick trees and Out of Bounds. Longer hitters must be accurate off the tee as the water hazard right comTough approach shot as many players will be hitting longer clubs into this raised green with O-B left and water right. Par is a great score here.3This par 3 is not exceptionally longbut daunting nonetheless as majority of players must carry water and a largegreen side bunker to make it home. There is room to bail out right but too far right and you will find yourself in another hazard.4The fourth hole is a short but demanding straight away par 4.Waste bunkers and Out of Bounds line the entire left side of the hole so bailing out to the right is safe.Approach shot is very challenging as this raised green slopes left to right and is covered by bunkers up front and a hidden water hazard behind.5This straight away par 4 heading back towards the clubhouse is one of the easier holes on the course.Players can blast away with their tee shots as the landing area slopes away, gaining some extra yardage. Fairway bunkers on the left and a few trees on the right are all that come A water hazard wraps the entire backside of the green so approach shots must not go long.6#6 is the longest par 5 on the course and a three shot hole for majority of players. Hazards line the entire right side of the hole so missing left is your only option from the teeA large water hazard left comes into play on your second and third shots as the hole wraps around it. Big hitters can attempt to get home in twohowever this shot is all carry over water and usually into the wind. Most players lay up within 120 yards and then approach with minimal risk. Par is a good score here however bird7Your ultimate risk/reward hole. #7 is a short par 4 which typically always plays down wind.Off the tee, players can take the option of trying to drive the green or lay back and play it safe. Heavy risk comes into play as the entire hole is lined on both sides with hazardApproach shots must be accurate as the entire backside of the green is lined with water. A definite birdie hole if you can keep it in play.8One of the most picturesque holes on the course, No. 8 plays over visual layers of water, a rock wall and sand before reaching the target.Bougainvillea plants line the teeing area to create a beautiful hole. This tough tee shot requires you to land the ball on a raised green surrounded by bunkers up front and fall ofTake one club extra to account for the raised green and typically hurting winds.9One of the tougher driving holes on the course, No. 9 is completely lined with water left and Out of Bounds to the right.This hole requires a great drive accompanied by an even better second shot into a raised green surrounded by four bunkers. Typically into the wind,only the longest of hitters can find this two tiered green in two. Par is a fantastic score here.10No. 10 is a great starting hole to the back nine. While not very long, this hole requires precise first and second shots.The fairway is split by the recognizable bent Oak tree on the right and the trio of palm trees on the left. This requires the player to strategically plan how they want to execute Even with the short approach, players must be precise in order to hit this green. Green side bunkers and water hazard right provides plenty of bail out room to the left.11Even though one of the shorter par 4's on the course,players must still be precise off this tee as fairway bunkers left and right interfere with most landing zones. Most players have some sort of short iron into this hole,however the green is significantly raised, surrounded by bunkers in the front half and fall off points in the back half. Two good shots can leave a great birdie opportunity here.12The first of two long par 3's on the back, No.12 demands accuracy as well as distance. With water lining the entire left side and hazards long, the only option for a miss is to come up short or bail out to the right.This multi level green has significant angulation and requires 3 great shots to make par.13Arguably the toughest hole on the golf course, No. 13 is a true test. This hole requires a precise drive with hazards lining the left side and trouble right.With the toughest approach shot on the course, players are required to carry a long iron or wood over water into a multi level green.Water completely surrounds this green with the only option for a bail out on the left side Once on the putting surface, this green has many subtle breaks which make it very tough t14On this hole there is a shot for every golfer. The back tees stretch to over 200 yards and play out of a chute over water to a raised green surrounded by bunkers.Successive tees wrap around the lake and must negotiate fewer hazards than the previous tees. Each tee shot provides golfers with a different look and strategy.A well-portioned bunker fronts the large two-tiered green.Trouble short and right requires a player to execute a solid first shot to make par.15The tees on this hole are elevated, providing the golfer a good view of the entire hole.Bunkers come into play only for the longest of hitters. On the left side of the fairway is a large oak which effects most players landing zonesPlayers must aim accordingly to not be blocked out on their second shot. The lengthy approach to this perched, multi level green, must be hit with precision in order to avoid a big16This short par 5 provides several different options on how you can play the hole.With O-B left of the coquina path, players can blast away out to the right with very little trouble. A cluster of large oak trees planted in the middle of the fairway effect most pPlayers must strategically plan on going left, right, or over the trees to set themselves up on their approach. This raised green has trouble left so the safe play is out to the ri17The wrapped around tee boxes on No. 17 provide an exciting but scary tee shot where the ball must carry water and a set of fairway bunkersThe typical right to left wind sets this tee shot up for a perfect draw starting at the right bunkers and leaking back into the fairway.The approach brings you into a generous multi tiered green where areas to the right angle back towards the green. The typical miss is out to the right and hopefully ricocheting off18The drive on this finishing hole must play over an expanded lake directly in front of the tees to a fairly narrow landing area flanked by bunkers left and right. Long hitters shoulThe fairway between the landing areas is dotted with fairway bunkers, which look menacing but provide more room than what appears at first glance.Once maneuvered through the various fairway bunkers, the approach to this raised green is no easy task. Three bunkers were recently added to where sand covers the entire circumfere
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