1Add a half club in distance for your elevated approach shot.Hit a driver favoring the right side of the fairway in order to get the best angle to the green.Try to stay below the pin on this tricky green. That will be a common theme when putting on the CCC greens.2Must challenge the right side of the fairway off of the tee.Shots left of the fairway will have a good chance of being blocked out for your second shot.You will be left with a mid or low iron in to the green for your approach shot.3A tee shot on the right side of the fairway will give you the best angle, though it is a generously-sized fairway.You do not want to be long on this green. A shot to the front/middle portion of this green will allow you to hit uphill putts on this back-to-front sloped green.4One of the longest Par 4s on the course. You must hit 4 good shots to get away with Par here.This is one of the flattest greens on the course, but the challenge is getting there in regulation.5Don't let the beautiful view trick you. This is another demanding hole.A well struck drive will still leave you with a mid to long into this green. There is a narrow runway you can use to put your long iron onto the green. A Par here is a great score.6This hole ends a tough stretch of long Par 4s. The longest Par 4 on the course, another good drive must be hit in order to hit a shot with a low to mid iron.This green is tough to hold, but there is a runway to use for those who need to hit a low running shot into this green.7Any shot on the green here is great. The hardest part is two-putting for your Par. This is one of the most difficult greens on property. Stay short of the pin here if you canAny shot on the green here is great. The hardest part is two-putting for your Par. This is one of the most difficult greens on property. Stay short of the pin here if you can8This is our shortest Par 5, but it requires a straight tee shot.This hole is tree lined and the fairway is pinched by two bunkers. Par is not a given, but this is a good opportunity for you to make one! The long hitters should be seeking a bird9This Par 3 will take a mid to long iron to reach.The bail out is short left when the pin is located in the front portion of the green. A shot to the middle of the green here is the goal. This is one of the few greens where being 10This Par 5 green slopes hard right to left, so you must put your approach shot in the right spot. You will find some of the best views on the golf course on this hole.Try to fit your driver on the inside right of the fairway bunker. This is a three-shot hole for most, so lay up to a comfortable yardage.11For this elevated tee shot, the bunkers in the distance on the left hand side are your target with a driver.Native grass will surround the right side of this hole. The back portion of this green is tricky, so try to stay in the front/middle part of this green.12Risk/Reward. The big hitters may challenge this dogleg right.You must carry a 270 yard driver over the right bunker, where it pinches into the narrow fairway.Once again, the native grass will be on your right side, so a conservative shot up the middle will be the best play for most. Not a bad idea to stay below the pin here depending on13This Par 3 is surrounded by bunkers. Find the yardage that will help you hit your shot to the middle of the green.This Par 3 is surrounded by bunkers. Find the yardage that will help you hit your shot to the middle of the green.14With the bunkers on the right side of this fairway, you will want to favor the middle left portion of the fairway. Longer players will be able to fly the bunkers.This is typically a difficult green to hit in regulation. With a bunker left of the green and one bunker long, coming in from the right hand side is your best option. Stay focused 15A three shot hole for most playing this Par 5. These shots are all about placement as you will see a zig-zag landing area from the tee box. Avoid the short right bunker at all costThis green is sloped back to front, so try to dial in the correct yardage as you try to put your ball in the proper position on the putting surface.16You will need to hit a few quality shots to make Par on this demanding Par 4.Do your best to keep your ball on the same tier as the pin or you will have a tough time two-putting.This is one of the longest Par 4s on the course with a very defined two-tier green. It will be difficult to hit this green in regulation as most will have a mid to long iron in.17This is the longest of the Par 3s. Being short and right on this hole is not a bad miss and it is not hard to get short-sided here. You will walk away very pleased wih making a Par18A long and demanding Par 5 to finish your round.The bunker just right of the landing zone is one you'll want to avoid.Focus on the placement of your layup as golf balls that are a little too far left will be blocked out to the green. Finishing with a Par here won't be an easy feat.
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