1This opening par 5 gives you a chance to start your round with a birdie. Avoid the out-of-bounds and the fairway bunkers on the left that guard landing areas for both the tee shot Greenside bunkers guard the left and front sides of this two-tiered green..2This slightly uphill par 3 requires some thought when you make your club selection. Use one more club than the yardage indicates and aim for the center of the well-bunkered green. This slightly uphill par 3 requires some thought when you make your club selection. Use one more club than the yardage indicates and aim for the center of the well-bunkered green. 3A hole like this is tough enough, but this long par 4 will bring even the best golfer to their knees.A successful tee shot will leave a long approach shot to a well-protected green. The green slopes from both middle to front and middle to rear.4The hardest shot in golf is a straight tee shot; this hole requires one and an accurate second shot. Be careful to avoid the greenside bunkers.5A hole like this is tough enough, but this long par 4 will bring even the best golfer to their knees.6This long, three-shot par 5 emphasizes placement rather than length. Bunkers and trees protect both sides of the fairway. The approach should be played from the right side.7On this long par 4, what you see is what you get. Don't attack any pin position. Play to the center of the green.On this long par 4, what you see is what you get. Don't attack any pin position. Play to the center of the green.8Take in the scenery before teeing off. Some players feel that the exceptional view makes this our Signature Hole.Playing from elevated tees makes this hole shorter than the yardage indicates, but that does not mean it lacks challenge. The green is shallow and wind can be a real factor.9This par 4 doglegs slightly to the left. A large bunker protects the left side of the fairway and there is water on the right.Take plenty of club for the uphill approach shot to this two-tiered green.10This par 4 is a good straightforward hole. On the approach shot, avoid the two bunkers on the left and one on the right and aim for the middle of this large green.This par 4 is a good straightforward hole. On the approach shot, avoid the two bunkers on the left and one on the right and aim for the middle of this large green.11The tee shot should favor the left side of the fairway, avoiding the large trees on the right.Take plenty of club on the approach shot to avoid the deep bunkers protecting this elevated green.12On this uphill, dogleg left par 4, hit your tee shot to the right side of the fairway.From there you will have the best approach angle to this large, elevated green.13Holding this green requires a precise, soft and high tee shot.This seemingly harmless par 3 consistently frustrates players of all skill levels. It plays downhill to a green that slopes away on both sides.14This monster par 5 doesn't need hazards to make it difficult. As you can see, this in one of the most "fun" holes on the course.15Water lurks on both sides of the landing area on this long, downhill par 4. A long, accurate drive is imperative to success.Don't miss the green on either side, as getting up and down from off the putting surface is very difficult.16The tee shot on this par 3 must avoid the water on the right as well as a difficult bunker on the left. Club selection is of the utmost importance.17Off the tee, stay away from the large fairway bunkers guarding the right side.The approach plays longer than the yardage and the green slopes away on both sides.18Take a picture of this terrific and beautiful finishing hole. Tee shots must find the fairway to allow you to carry the water on the approach shot.
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