1The opening hole is a tough test stretching to 391 yards from the back tee.Fairway bunkers on the right set up a dogleg left to a small green well bunkered on both sides.2The longest par three on the golf course and the only hole without a sand bunker. Out of bounds left and tall pines right demand both length and accuracy.3This par five is reachable in two, but the risk is high. Out of bounds and hazards loom on the left and4This par three plays anywhere from 100 to 160 yards from two separate tee locations.5A slight dogleg right, this medium length par four plays uphill and back to the clubhouse.Tee shots should be played to the left side of the fairway to set up the best approach to a multi-tier green well protected by bunkers on both sides.6A slight dogleg right, the fairway plays alongside a creek on the right.Fairway woods or hybrids are the smart play from the tee to set up a short iron approach7A truly memorable short par four.The dogleg left around a tree-lined creek presents a classic risk/reward tee shot. Play a hybrid or long iron straight out to the middle of the fairway for a mid-iron approach, or8The longest par four on the front side,the fairway runs uphill from tee to green making this hole play significantly longer than the card indicates.10A medium length par four that doglegs slightly to the left.The fairway is well guarded with bunkers on both sides of the fairway. A long hitter can challenge the left hand bunker but be aware that a left miss will most likely block a strai11This uphill par three generally requires an extra club to a12The elevated tee on this par four offers two distinct fairway options.13A straight ahead par five requiring an accurate tee shot to avoid out of bounds left and trees to the right.14This scenic par three is affectionately known as the Bone Yard. It demands an accurate mid iron to avoid the deep bunkers front and right and the stone wall to the left. Beyond the15The longest hole on the course.The tee shot on this par five plays to a wide fairway which bends slightly to the right. The fairway narrows as it runs uphill to the green that is protected by a bunker right and 16This short par four requires an accurate tee shot to a tree-lined fairway with out of bounds left.17Check your aim on the tee as this par four requires a well struck tee shot to the left side ofthe fairway to set up the best approach.18A great finishing hole where matches are won and lost, the longest and most difficult par four on the course.
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