1Hole 1 – A good test to start your round.193-yard narrow fairway to sheltered green. Green slopes slightly right to left.2Hole 2 – Short par three with a large tree blockingthe front left side of the green. Severe back to front sloping green.3Hole 3 – Long narrow tree linedfairway with a sand trap short right. Long double green that is shared with #5.4Hole 4 – Narrow par four that entices you to use your driver.Stay in the fairway, its the only way to approachthe green with a large tree blocking the right corner and traps to the left. Very wide green that slopes gently back to front.5Hole 5 – Long par four. Stay left off the tee to avoidfairway bunker and forest to the right. Large double green (shared with #3). Gradual sloping back to front.6Hole 6 – The only par five on the course.Play your tee shot to the right, enabling you to reach the dogleg. This gives you a clear approach shot to the green that is guarded by 2 bunkers.7Hole 7 – Very short par three with a massive tree blocking the front right ofthe green. Consider playing a low bump and run to reach this green.8Hole 8 – Another short par three.Pond on the left, and two small bunkers in front of the greenleft and right should prevent a bump and run shot here. Severe back to front sloping green.9Hole 9 – Great way to finish the front nine, and turn your score around.This short par four is drivable but large mounds short right of the green with a trap in front and two ponds behind will make you think twice. Green slopes back to front.10Hole 10 – This short dogleg offers a risk reward opportunity.A lay-up leaves you with a short chip to a two tiered gentley sloping right to left green.11Hole 11 – Re-built in memory of Shane Van Vliet.One of the smaller greens on the course that drops down below the fairway, protected by a bunker on the left12Hole 12 – Par four with a different pond to tee shot.175 yard shot off the tee will stop just short of this pond. 220 to carry the pond from the tee.Traps guard this long narrow back to front sloping green both left and right.13Hole 13 – The toughest par three on the course.Deep trap short right of this small flat green. Pond in front of the tee box intimidates most golfers.14Hole 14 – Short par three, but there are no gimmieson this green, as it is the most undulating green on this course. Trap short and left.15Hole 15 – Dogleg left with a bunker.210 yards straight away is and ideal landing area to a small green with a large tree blocking left had side.16Hole 16 – Very narrow tunnel of trees off the tee.Trap on the left of this right to left, and back to front sloping green.17Hole 17 – Short par three that is heavily guarded by 4 bunkers.Right to the left sloping green.18Hole 18 – Picturesque par 3 with a fountian decorated pond. Severe back to front left to right sloping green.The smart play here to shoot for the right side of the green, and take your chances putting.
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