1Play your tee shot towards left center of the fairway. An approach played from the left side of the fairway provides best opportunity to score.A narrow undulated green is guarded by bunkers on both sides.2Favor the right side of this fairway to avoid the hazard running along the left.A large green entices longer hitters to reach the green in two shots.But bunkers surrounding the green will lead to bigger problems for players off the mark on their approach.3Accuracy from the tee is a priority here. Favor the left center of the fairway.A large sloped green will leave putts breaking from every direction.4This most difficult hole on the front 9 requires extreme precision from the tee to avoid the lake running on the left and o.b. right. A well placed tee shot leaves a mid iron approach into a reasonably flat green. 5A par 3 where short is not necessarily a bad thing. Bunkers right and extreme embankment left place a premium on extreme precision. This is the smallest green on the course. Par is a great score here. 6Faver the left side of the fairway from this tee leaving a mid iron for your approach.Double check the distance to the pin location from the fairway.The multi-tiered green makes an accurate approach a must for a realistic birdie opportunity. 7This short par four rewards the left-to-right shaped tee shot. Favor the left side of the green on your approach. A bunker on the right makes the back pin location nearly untouchable.8A great risk-reward opportunity on this short par 5. Longer hitters can try to cut the corner and reach in two. Most players should hit long iron or fairway wood from the tee, leaving the same club in hand for their second.Favor the right side on approaches to the green.9Pinpoint accuracy serves best on this shortest but potentially score-wrecking par 3. The multi-tiered green is protected by two bunkers and a hazard running along the right side of the hole. 10Pinpoint accuracy serves best on this shortest par 4 on the course. A hazard runs along the right side of the hole. Double check your distance to the pin location. The green is multi-tiered and protected by two bunkers.11This grueling par 4 requires an accurate drive to avoid fairway bunkers right from the tee and you're still left with a long iron or fairway metal for your approach.The large and undulating green is surrounded by hazards on the right and rear.Pars are few and far between. If you're among the lucky few, take it an run!12This short par 5 allows a slight reprieve from the previous two. Most players hitting their drive squarely from the tee will have a decent chance to get home in two. But it comes with some risk. A hazard fronts the green and spits the hole in half forcing those choosing to lay up to be frugal in gauging distance. 13A drive that skirts past the fairway bunkers on the right leaves the best angle for your approach on this dogleg right par 4. A large lake guards the entire approach to this green on the left.14A short but well protected par 3, this hole requires accuracy to avoid moguls left and long as well as hazard guarding the front and right of this green.15Virtually unreachable by all except the longest hitters. Favor the left of the fairway from the tee to avoid lake and two fairway bunkers on the right. Favor the left on your approach as well. Two bunkers and a hazard guard the right. Green is relatively flat. 16Accuracy from the tee is a must to avoid the strategically placed bunkers which if you land in one make your approach to the green extremely difficult. Bunkers surround this multi-tiered undulating green placing a premium of precision.Do not take this short par four for granted. 17A large marsh protects the front of this green. Depending which tee you play, you may be facing an uphill or downhill shot to the green.18A sharp dowgleg right par 4 requires a long iron or fairway wood from the tee aimed right at the bunker directly in front of the tee.A short iron approach should favor the front of the green to avoid the hazard immediately over the back. This is a potentially round-wrecking hole so avoid the big number.
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