1The first hole is a relatively straight Par 4 with trees down the entire left side and a green guarded by bunkersA drive down the right middle of the fairway leaves you with the option to either fly one ontothe green or run it. The keeping the approach short of the flagstick will give every one a great opportunity to two putt.2Hole number two, is a dogleg right Par 4 that demands a well placed tee shot that is farenough to the left side of the fairway to allow for an open look for an approach.The miss here is short with the green running back to front with some ungulating slope accross the greens entireity.3Hole number three, is a downhill par 3 that plays about 6 yards shorter with the elevation change wind permitting,the one big thing that will put us in a predicament would be going long of the green. Middle of the green is the best place to be with the hope of making a par.4Hole number four, is a true three shot Par 5 with the first shot needing to go a maximum of 195 yards.For those big hitters out there the line is the left side of the bridge that connects the fairway.Second shot would be favorable down the middle of the second fairway to a yardage that is comfortable to approach from. The third shot may be the toughest with this green having 4 5Hole number five is a hard dog leg left that has a bunker directly in the line to try and cut off length. Ride side of the bunker opens up the green for the second shot.The second shot should be played 3-4 yards further with the upslope. This green slopes from back right to front left, the miss is left side.6Hole number six, the signature par 3 for the Master's Golf Course. This hole features a forced carry over water to a peninsula that slopes from left to right. Unfortunately, there Unfortunately, there isn't a miss but long keeps you out of the lake. A par is a very, very respectable score on this hole regardless of tee or ability level.7Hole number seven, a slight dog leg right par 4 with bunkers down the left of the fairway.Perfect drive would favor left middle of the fairway. The second shot goes into a green that is split by a ridge left side running right to left from the back to the front and the 8Hole number eight, is a 3 shot par five that requires some accuracy and distance control.To leave your second shot at 260 yards in either the left or right fairways would have been the perfect drive. The second shot leaves options of whether to go for it or to lay up tThis is a very narrow green and needs to be approached with a shot at the middle of the green. Pin hunting here is a tough nut to crack.9Hole number nine, a slightly uphill par 4that requires a tee shot that favors the drive on the left side of the fairway.This green features a two tiered green that has about 6 feet of undulation change from back to front. From the fairway without the wind it will play about 3 yards up hill. Your mis10Hole number ten, a long par 4, where leaving it 160 yards out in the left center puts the second shot in the perfect position.This leaves a shot to a raised green guarded by a bunker over a creek that provides a very picturesque background. The perfect shot would be the center of a large green that slopes11Hole number eleven, is an uphill par 3that features a expansive green with undulation running throughout. Depending on wind it plays about 10 yards more with the upslope. Short left is the miss leaving an uphill chip t12Hole number twelve, a long dog leg left par five where the perfect drive favors the right center of the fairway to keep the trees from being in your wayThe second shot is played to your preferred yardage for the approach and if the lumber in the bag can get it there swing away. This green is relatively open but has trouble with th13Hole number thirteen, is a slight dogleg left Par 4.There is a bunker down the right side that's guarded by a tree making it nearly impossible to hit the green. The best play to hit the tee ball would be anywhere left of the bunker The second shot is into a green that slopes from back left to front right with some slight undulation changes. Middle of this green allows a good look for a 1 putt. Miss is front r14Hole number fourteen, A par 4 with a tree of the to the left of the tee box,perfect drive favors the right middle of the favor. The second shot plays into a green that wraps around a bunker that slopes from the middle. This second shot plays the number and15Hole number fifteen, A par 4 with an open tee shot that favors the right side of the fairwayThis green slopes from the top left side of the green all the way around from front to back. This is a hole where paying attention to our yardage is a must, the only place we will 16Hole number sixteen, A par 5 where middle of the fairway is the best option but a miss is not super penalized as long as it in boundsSecond shot needs to be play to a likable approach yardage or to the middle of the green. This green has undulations running both off the front and back. The best opportunity for g17Hole number seventeen, a par 3 with a forced carry where hitting it the number is of big importanceThere is a large landing area ahead of the green that is the best miss, because it allows an open green space to play a number of shots. If we can get a good gage on the number to 18Hole number eighteen, a Par four with a demanding tee shot.The optimum spot on this is left side of the fairway hugging the left tree line. The second shot into this green is a bit daunting with double bunkers on the left forcing us to looThis green also slopes hard right to left so a shot to the side isn't the worst thing. It does play about 3 yards uphill, best miss would be left past the bunkers or short right in
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