1The elevated first tee offers a panoramic view of the challenge to come. This hole’s right bend and bunkers pose a challenge for beginners and pros alike.2Don’t be deceived by the length of this hole. The 66-foot drop from the tee makes play shorter and more challenging than you might expect.3Perched on a ridge, the tee for the third hole provides a spectacular view. You’ll choose between navigating bunkers or dealing with a tricky slope on the open approach.45Majestic trees frame one side of the fourth hole, while the deep hollow and bunker on the opposite side make avoiding the trees a tricky proposition.6Don’t let the short approach fool you. The raised center of the putting green on this hole requires careful club selection and precision to achieve a birdie.7The defining characteristic of the 7th hole is the dramatic dogleg to the left. Even accomplished golfers will be hard-pressed to navigate the bend and make par.8This deceptively short par 4 hole features an uphill grade. The natural valley that encompasses it makes ball placement and club selection key if you want to birdie here.9Standing at the tee, the challenge posed by the ninth hole is clear. Navigate the creek and steep hill that border the fairway, then avoid the waterfall that protects the green for10The view from the tenth tee reveals lakes and waterfalls – and pitfalls for golfers who aren’t careful. It requires great skill to get past the bunkers and slopes to reach the 11The greenside pond and downward slope of the fairway mean you’ll need precision and patience to reach the green and its unparalleled amphitheater setting.12As the longest par 3 at the ACE Club, the 12th hole requires golfers to get past a deep ravine without overshooting the green thanks to a 42-foot drop in elevation.13Precision and distance go head-to-head on this hole, which features an open approach for power golfers or a shorter, trickier approach for those with great control.14The 22-foot downgrade and a stream that runs diagonally across the fairway make this par 3 hole a real challenge — even for professionals.15The fairway here slopes from left to right, and the cross bunker requires you to choose between short and long approaches, each representing a challenge.16Clear an 18-foot stone wall as you tee off, then travel one of our most stunning fairways to navigate the green, which is bounded by wetlands and mature trees, to try for a birdie.17The wide-open, uphill fairway on the 17th hole asks golfers to avoid deep bunkers to the front and sides as they approach a tricky, angled green.18You’ll need all your skills to do well on the long par 5 that ends our course. The fairway winds through a beautiful valley that ends at the amphitheater green – and our clubho
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