1This gentle, downhill dogleg right requires longerhitters to use a 3 wood or long iron to get it in playA downhill lie calls for a short iron shot to the elevated green.2While reachable for big hitters, tee shots must avoid the road down the right side.If the green is out of reach from the tee, a precise lay-up is needed to avoid the fairwaybunker 100 yards out from the green.3The first of four par threes, this hole plays 10-15yards downhill to a green guarded by bunkers on both sides.A proper miss here is short of the green, which leaves an easy up and down.4A demanding hole with plenty of length,No. 4 is split by a creek but it shouldn’t be in play.The second shot to this uphill green must be precise, as a missed green in regulation will leave you with a tough up and down.5A fairway guarded by a creek down the left side andfairway bunkers down the right makes this a fantastic par four. If you are in play off the tee,a flat second shot should give you good chance at birdie.6The shortest par three on the course,players shouldn’t have more than a 9 iron or wedge in their hands.Attack the pin and you should get a good look at birdie.7For most, this is a reachable par five and an excellent birdie opportunity.Once in play off the tee, give it a try in two shots or lay-up to a comfortable wedge distance. If laying up, avoid the fairway bunkers right.8This hard dogleg left is a great hole.A draw is preferred off the tee, while the second shot is most important as is plays uphill.Adding a half or full club to the second shot will give you the best chance to hit the green.9This hole is all about the second shot.Once in play off the tee, most will have a shorter iron into this “thumb-print” greenIt pays to know the exact hole location here, so ride up to see the green and flag before playing your second shot.10his downhill hole has a well-positionedcreek cutting through the fairway.Players can take on the creek or lay back, leaving a longer shot in. This green is a bit elevated and a second shot favoring the center of the green is best.11A long par four, this hole is guarded by a creek all the way down its right sidePlayers will have a lengthy second shot into a fairlyflat green. Take par here and move on to No 12.12This short par four requires a tee shot favoringthe right side as the fairway slopes hard from right to left.Use a shorter club for your second shot, attack the pin and give yourself a good look at birdie!13Playing a few yards downhill, No.13 is exposed so the wind often plays a factor in choosing the right club.Aim your tee shot for the middle of the green and avoid its right-side bunker. 14This uphill hole has a creekcrossing the fairway, so choose a club off the tee that keeps you short of the creek and in play.The second shot is uphill to a very sloped green and must be precise. A par here is a great score.15No. 15 is straight uphill and the fairway has a lot of contour.Expect a tough stance and lie in the fairway to an elevatedgreen Club up for your second shot as falling short will be a demanding up and down. Take a two-putt and move on.16Once the longest in North Carolina,this 600 yarder is a true three-shot hole. A double fairway off the tee gives you options, but you must avoid a creek in between.Once in play, lay up to a comfortable yardage and attack the hole on your third shot. Par is a great score here.17Get ready for the longest and toughest par three on the course.The tee shot will play around 200 yards to a toughgreen Short here is okay as it will leave you a makeable up and down. Left here is no good - take a three and head to No. 18 happy!18This uphill dogleg left requires a straight or draw shotoff the tee to avoid a fairway bunker on the left
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