# 18 is a 486 yard par 5.
You will want to keep your tee shot to the right of the fairway bunker. This will give you a chance to go for the green from 220 to 250 yards. Long hitters may try to carry the bunker.
Your second shot will be a low iron or wedge into this green that slopes back to front.
# 13 is a 129 yard par 3.
This is a dogleg to the right and this hole will play a little longer. On your second shot you will have a middle iron left into this green.
There is a slight shoot that you have to go through, but a fade will put you on the green.
# 7 is a 326 yard par 4. A dogleg to the left. The play is to aim at the 150 marker and hit a 200 yard draw. The two pot bunkers on the right, should be avoided.
# 17 is a 373 yard par 4.
Off the tee you will want to avoid the out-of-bounds to the right.
# 6 is a 390 yard par 4.
# 3 is a par 4 331 yards.
A dogleg to right. The play off the tee is to aim at the 150 yard marker and hit a cut shot. Keep it between the row of pines and you can walk off with a par!
A straight hole but watch the ponds and the creek off the tee! There is pond left of the fairway at the landing area and a creek on the right hand side, but don't worry the fairway is 50 yards wide! On you second shot you may choose to go for the green you will have 240 to 220 yards! If you decide to lay up which is the best play watch the pond on the right! The green does slope back to front.
This hole is a dogleg to the left. There is a bunker to the left of the green. The green slopes from left to right so leave the ball below the hole for your best chance at making the putt!
You have now reached your 1st par 3. # 5 plays slightly up hill so take one more club! Just watch the bunker on the left and you will have no trouble with this hole.
# 2 is a 352 yard par 4.
# 9 is 491 yard par 5.
A dogleg to the right. There is out-of-bounds down the entire left hand side of the hole. A cut shot off the tee will put you in perfect shape.
# 4 is a 480 yard par 5.
#1 is a 317 yard par 4.
A straight hole that has a pond in front of the green starting about 80 yards out. On your second shot make sure you have enough club as the green slopes back to front. Any shot short may roll back into the pond.
A short par 3, but make sure you take one more club as the green slopes back to front. A shot will stop quickly, and if you come up short, the ball will roll off the front the green.
On your second shot you will have a middle iron into the green the green slopes back to front, avoid going over the green as you may end up in the pond.
# 5 is a 163 yard par 3.
. Hitting this shot will leave you short iron or wedge into the green. The green slopes back to front and to the right! Watch the pond short and right of the green.
This is an easy starting hole straight away, with your second shot you will have 80 to 100 yards left, watch the bunker on the left and right of the green. The bunkers should be no trouble as you start your round off with a par or birdie!
It's a slight dogleg to the left. There is out of bounds down the left hand side. The play is to hit a shot about 220 yards that will leave you a middle to a low iron into the green that plays down hill.
#3 is a 331 yard par 4.
There is no real danger on this dogleg right. The group of pines right of the 150 yard marker may come into play. You will need a middle iron to play into this relativity flat green.
This par 3 will require a low to middle iron that is all carry over the pond. There is out-of-bounds to left and right of the green.. The green slopes from right to left.
# 11 is a 350 yard par 4.
Dogleg to the right, this hole has a creek on the left and right but there is ample room to land your tee shot! The creek winds its way behind the green, so you don't want to go long on your second shot.
# 10 is a 425 yard par 5.
# 14 is a 373 yard par 4.
A dogleg to the right. Hit your tee shot to the left of the two pot bunkers on the right. The pond on the left should not come into play.
# 8 is a 172 yard par 3.
# 15 is a 147 yard par 3.
# 12 is a 364 yard par 4.
This is long hole, and the smart play is to lay up to about a 100 yards. This will leave you short of the fairway bunker on the right, if you decide to go for the green you will have a bunker on the left of the green and don't forget about the out-of-bounds to the left. A par is a good score!
# 16 is a 365 yard par 4.
This a straight hole with no real trouble. Keep it left of the pine on the right
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After # 9 you have an easier par 5! # 10 is a dogleg to the left. This hole can easily be reached in two shots, after your tee shot you will have a long to middle iron into the green! Just watch the pond short and right of the green and you will have a great chance a birdie or an eagle!!