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Hole 1 Par 5 7


Hole 1 layout

Hole #1

A solid drive in the left-center of the fairway is ideal. Long hitters can reach this in two shots. A good lay up is center of the fairway leaving enough room for a full swing approach with a lob wedge. The tiers on the green really come into play. Birdies can be made if the approach is on the same tier as the pin.

Black
513
Blue
494
White
443
Yellow
439
Red
377

Hole 2 Par 4 9


Hole 2 layout

Hole #2

This par 4, 412-yard hole is a slight dogleg right and downhill off the tee. A 3-wood or a long iron off the tee, aimed over the bird houses, is best. Golfers will then find their second shot on the flat area of the fairway. Club selection for the second shot is important to a fairly wide but narrow-depth green that is surrounded by water and bunkers. Check the wind here also.

Black
412
Blue
391
White
387
Yellow
310
Red
306

Hole 3 Par 4 11


Hole 3 layout

Hole #3

A good solid tee shot in the middle or right center fairway is best here. You can let out the shaft as this hole offers some breathing room. If you have a long approach, be aware of the creek 50 yards short of the green. The green is two-tiered from left to right.

Black
402
Blue
381
White
369
Yellow
338
Red
334

Hole 4 Par 4 1


Hole 4 layout

Hole #4

This par-4, 439-yard hole has more room on the left than appears from the teebox. Aim left of center off the tee. The second shot can require less club than indicated by the yardage as this hole is slightly down hill.

Black
439
Blue
406
White
391
Yellow
355
Red
351

Hole 5 Par 3 15


Hole 5 layout

Hole #5

Depending on your tee choice this par three can have you playing a wedge to a long iron. The Long green is narrow in the front protected by a deep bunker on the right. The green then opens up towards the back and tilts from back to front. Club selection is the key to this hole.

Black
183
Blue
152
White
127
Yellow
109
Red
105

Hole 6 Par 5 5


Hole 6 layout

Hole #6

A good solid drive, right center of the fairway is ideal here. If your tee shot is short, consider laying up short of the narrow gap center of fairway about 200 yds from the green. Long hitters can reach this in two. If you are laying up, the best angle into the green is on the right side of the split fairway.

Black
510
Blue
492
White
471
Yellow
467
Red
395

Hole 7 Par 3 17


Hole 7 layout

Hole #7

This downhill par-3 plays shorter than its 151 yards. With a ridge in the middle of the green, it's best to hit the tee shot to the side of the ridge with the pin placement. Be careful of a short right pin placement as the back bunker will come into play quickly.

Black
151
Blue
145
White
124
Yellow
120
Red
79

Hole 8 Par 4 13


Hole 8 layout

Hole #8

The best line off the tee on this par-4 is to the right-center. Golfers should be careful not to hit through the fairway. Club selection is important here to carry the ball over the front bunker yet avoid the back bunkers. Putts must be studied carefully on this undulating green.

Black
361
Blue
352
White
348
Yellow
272
Red
265

Hole 9 Par 4 3


Hole 9 layout

Hole #9

A solid tee shot, left center of the fairway is ideal here. A short tee shot will require a lay up short of a hazard approximately 90 yds from the green. This is a par 4 and a half. Best to be conservative as there are several hazards which come into play.

Black
449
Blue
419
White
399
Yellow
314
Red
310

Hole 10 Par 4 2


Hole 10 layout

Hole #10

Aim your tee shot for the left center of the fairway. Consider the elevation of the green and the yardage when making your club selection for the approach.

Black
423
Blue
396
White
372
Yellow
276
Red
271

Hole 11 Par 4 6


Hole 11 layout

Hole #11

A straight but not long drive is required here. Long hitters can reach the ravine off the tee and should consider laying up with a fairway wood or long iron. Consider the green elevation as on #10 when making your approach club selection.

Black
385
Blue
350
White
319
Yellow
315
Red
253

Hole 12 Par 4 4


Hole 12 layout

Hole #12

A good drive with a 3-wood or driver off this par-4, 394-yard hole will leave a clear view of the hole. The distance is about 260 yards to go through the bend. It's important to check pin placement here since this deep green has three tiers and is 40 yards in depth.

Black
394
Blue
379
White
375
Yellow
281
Red
276

Hole 13 Par 3 18


Hole 13 layout

Hole #13

This downhill par-3 plays one to two clubs shorter than its yardage. Balls tend to kick left on this green. Swirling winds can come into play. Best to aim for the center of the green here. Shooting at the pin can be dangerous.

Black
173
Blue
157
White
131
Yellow
127
Red
104

Hole 14 Par 4 16


Hole 14 layout

Hole #14

A wise selection is a 3-wood or iron down the right side of this par-4, 356-yard hole. A hidden water hazard on the left comes into play if the dogleg is cut too close. A short iron will bring the ball to this forgiving green.

Black
356
Blue
326
White
317
Yellow
256
Red
252

Hole 15 Par 5 10


Hole 15 layout

Hole #15

Long hitters can reach this par-5, 466-yard green in two, but the drive must carry the right knoll. Anything hit to the middle or the left may roll into the water hazard over the bank. A 3-wood off the tee is a safe choice with an iron as the second shot and a short iron to the green. This hole looks easier than it is. It can come out and bite you.

Black
466
Blue
437
White
390
Yellow
355
Red
351

Hole 16 Par 4 14


Hole 16 layout

Hole #16

Again a straight but not long drive is required here. Be mindful of wind direction from the elevated tee boxes. The green has some real sucker pin locations. Best to play your approach to the center of the green.

Black
374
Blue
359
White
313
Yellow
309
Red
259

Hole 17 Par 3 12


Hole 17 layout

Hole #17

On this par-3, 204-yard hole, players should look for one club less than its yardage. This is a great hole with no gimmicks - all its hazards are clearly visible. Winds tend to blow from the right to the left here and can be a factor. Check pin location when making your club selections as this is a fairly long green.

Black
204
Blue
169
White
153
Yellow
149
Red
133

Hole 18 Par 4 8


Hole 18 layout

Hole #18

Favor the right-center of the fairway with your tee shot. Consider a 3 wood as your driving club as again, premium is on accuracy and not distance.

Black
394
Blue
371
White
358
Yellow
323
Red
319