1Avoid the O B right and deep fairway bunker on the right.The irregular shaped green gives some demanding pin placements. 2Keep your drive left of center. There's O B right.Shots long or left of this green will find the water. The green slopes back to front allowing you to shoot at the pin. Think birdie here.3Be aware of the false front here. Balls will not roll onto the green. Pay close attention to pin placement as the green is multi-tiered. Center of this green is far better than missing and ending up in one of the many bunkers surrounding it.4A challenging par 5. Your drive must favor the left side to avoid rolling into a hazard over the hill. Double check your yardage before trying to carry the marsh on your second. The 40 yard deep green has severe undulations which you will discover if you miss-club here. 5There's O B and water hazards on both sides of the fairway here. Hit the fairway at all costs, even if you take a lesser club.The big tree on the left comes in to play on your second shot. Avoid going long right. 6Theres more room on the right than you can see. Stay clear of the bunkers guarding the left front of this green. This green is 46 yards deep so double check your yards to the pin. A miss-club can leave you with a 100 foot or longer putt. 7Play for the center of this green as it is known as little terror for good reason. Bunker right is a good miss. Left of green is not as safe as it appears. Should you go right of the right side bunker head for the drop zone. 8Avoid the 40 yard long fairway bunker running down the right side on the landing area. To carry it requires a carry of 270 from the tips. A right center location in the fairway affords the best angle to this tiny undulating green. 9Straightaway par 5 offering a good chance to end your outward nine on a high note. Beware of the ponds guarding the left side of the fairway. A layup leaving 75 to 100 yards to green center avoids the second lake on the left and leaves you in an ideal scoring position.Avoid the deep greenside bunker right. 10A right to left shaped shot allows you to play down the right side of the fairway and allow the sloping fairway to bring it back towards fairway center. Anything left of the fairway is swamp while anything left of the green is penalty. 11An intimidating tee shot. Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee, avoiding the large fairway bunker on the right. The approach is uphill. Use an extra club. The green is multi-tiered so verify the pin location and yardage. 12Trouble surrounds the green on this long par 3. Hazard lurks just to the right and back of the green while bunkers guard the right front and left side of the green.A well struck shot to the center of this green will leave you fairing better than most on this hole. 1313 is the longest hole on the course and often plays into the wind. Careful not to cut the corner too much as O B runs along the right side of the fairway A sneaky pond on the left near the second shot landing area where the fairway narrows has swallowed many unsuspecting golfers. The green is 50 yards deep so double check the pin placement to avoid what could be well in excess of 100 foot putt.14Cutting the corner over the fairway bunker right requires a carry of 275 yards from the tips. Longer hitters should stay right of the tree.Avoid the tree in the center of this fairway on your approach to this very birdieable par 4. The back left pin is a dangerous target due its proximity to the left greenside bunker. 15A definite birdie possibility here. Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee to avoid the hazard. A long narrow neck guards the entrance to the green. Longer hitters can thread their second into it. The green is 50 yards deep so double check pin placement and yardage. 16Pick your fairway. The right fairway is wider and more forgiving but brings the greenside bunker guarding front and right into play. Playing down the left fairway opens up the green enabling a more aggressive shot towards the pin.17This is a very tough par 3 which plays a half a club longer than the card. Short is death. Play for center to back of the green. Sloping steeply from back to front, the green may be used as a backstop, but leaves a slippery downhill putt if it gets stuck. Three here is great score18A great finishing hole. Avoid the fairway bunkers on the right. This gives you a chance at the pin. Favor the right side of the green to avoid the pond and bunker guarding the left side.
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