1Your tee shot should avoid trees on the left and a large drainage basin on the right.Long hitters can fly through the fairway, so club accordingly. The fairway is slightly uphill to a fairly large greenThe area just beyond the green is out of bounds.2This straight, but narrow, fairway has trees and bunkers on both sides.A small green slopes severely from left to right and is flanked by bunkers. Take some time to admire the Front Range and Pike’s Peak in the distance.3This hole begins with a dogleg left with bunkers guarding both sides of the fairway in the landing zone.Your tee shot should be to the right side of the fairway for the best approach to the greenThe green is protected by bunkers on each side.4As you approach this very reachable green,be aware that the tee box lines you up to the right of the green. This blind green is long and narrow, protected by bunkers on the right and left.5The elevated tee box opens to a long,downhill fairway which requires a precise tee shot between trees on both sides of the fairwayYour approach shot is semi-blind over a hill to a fairly large green.6This fairway begins with a slight dogleg to the left which is then flat to the green. Your best tee shot is a draw down the center, leaving the shortest approach shot.The green is small, guarded by a bunker on the right and backed by bushes which are out of bounds.7This short, slightly uphill hole is flanked by out of bounds along the entire left side.Your best tee shot is down the left side of the fairway, avoiding the right side fairway bunkerYour approach shot will be greeted by large bunkers and a long and narrow green.8From an elevated tee box, the best shot is one which avoids the creekand trees on the left and the bunkers that surround the green. A nice distance, this hole provides you with a good birdie opportunity.9Downhill and with a gentle dogleg to the right, trees and out of bounds to the right and more trees to the left.However, an accurate drive leaves a short approach to an undulating, well-bunkered green.10This straight flat hole is deceiving –the entire right side is out of bounds, and the large green slopes away from you. A par on this hole is a good score.11This straight uphill hole is deceivingthe entire right side is out of bounds, and the large green slopes away from you even though it does not look that way. A par on this hole is a good score.12This is our beautiful AudO-Bon-certified signature hole. Don’t be fooled by the tranquility of this hole, there is a lot of trouble between the tee box and the cup.The water hazard looms in front of a tiered green, which slopes heavily right to left. Your tee shot should be made to the proper side of the green to ensure a quick and easy putt 13This hole starts with a tee box well below your drive’s landing area. Add the dogleg to the left and you’re forced to precisely land your tee shotto ensure the best angle to the green. Your approach shot is blind to a long green, which is protected by a lovely slice of sand on the left. The entire left side of the hole is ou14This hole is fairly straight away with an elevated tee box, which visually sets you up for an easy par. However,the landing area is well protected with fairway bunkers and the entire left side is out of bounds.The green is large and harder to reach than it looks, guarded by large bunkers on the left and right.15This is the longest hole on the course.It doglegs to the left at about 250 yards from the green. Aim your drive down the right side of the heavily treed fairwayfor the best approach to reach the large green.16This straight downhill hole has an out of bounds area along the left side and a large native grass area on the right.Your approach shot is downhill to a tricky green with bunkers on both right and left.17From the elevated tee box, this hole is all downhill and plays 1-2 clubs shorter.The large tricky green slopes back to front and can be hard to hold.18This is a challenging hole to finish your round. A distance plate at the tee box gives distance to the pond, so play it safe.A short approach shot to a long, well-contoured green could be all it takes to let you finish your round with a birdie.
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