Hole by Hole
This great starting hole may yield some birdies. Play your drive down the center of the fairway. Left takes out the lake, tree and small bunker protecting the right side of this green. The green slopes greatly back to front.
Number two looks effortless, but this green slopes hard from right to left making one-putts few and far between. One less club to the front right of this green is your safest shot for most pin positions.
The next three holes are crucial for good scores. Short and straight, number three is one of the easiest holes on the course. Coming in from right is the best shot to this large, rolling green.
The fairway opens up to the right. From the back tees fade your shot over the pine trees down the cart path. An open approach from the right makes a well-positioned tee shot, the best attack for this hole. Drivers beware, the water is very reachable.
Get out your driver; this Par 5 may yield birdies. A good drive to this forgiving fairway may make this hole reachable in two. Beware of the hazard on the left and water right that sneaks right up to the front edge of the green.
This par 3 is an absolute killer. A tee shot over water to a large rolling green. Shots to the right are safest; it’s shorter and takes the trouble and woods on the left out of the play. Good luck
Your tee shot must make the top of the hill. There are no tricks for this hole. Strong golf shots are what you need to make the green in two. A good approach is your only savior on this hard-rolling green.
Don't over swing your driver into the water left. Big hitters may go for this green in two, but you would be better off laying up and putting a full wedge tight into this tricky green.
This Par 5 has some old tricks. The tee box tempts you to drive over the lake and cut distance. That may not be your best option. Don’t trust the scorecard yardage. Number nine slowly works its way uphill to an elevated green.
Stay right. A good tee shot will give you an uphill approach to a large green. Remember shots to an uphill green tend to run more. The green putts very well, so birdie is never too far away.
Our beautiful new Par 3 may give you a false sense of security. O.B. is closer on your right than it looks. The bunkers on your right make long shots at the left side of this green your best chance at par.
Your tee shot must hit to the landing area, check your yardage. Approach shots to this narrow green must not go left. Beware, everything on this hole slopes left.
Just getting your tee shot past the trees is not your only concern on this tricky hole. The green is tucked closer to the trees than you think. Beware of the green sloping hard in the back section. The front is not much easier with sharp ridge protecting front and middle pin positions.
This beautiful Par 3 may not play as hard as it looks. Only 160 yards downhill, with a receptive large green. Par is the norm here and a birdie is not out of the question.
This tree-shot Par 5 should start with a clean tee shot. Lay up your second shot to the left side of this slim, sloping fairway at your favorite approach distance. Safe play is rewarded with better scores.
A short Par 3, number sixteen has a large two-tiered green protected by both sand and water. The water on your right comes into play only with bad shots. Hitting the correct level of this green is crucial to making par.
At only 440 yards, this hole seems to play much longer. To cut the corner you must carry a long shot over the trees. A fade can be deadly for the woods tend to carry longer to the right. The green is downhill and hard. Play your approach shot short and they will run.
This hole surprisingly plays longer than the yardage. A waste bunker protects the dogleg left. There is no room to miss the green left or long. And shots to the wrong part of the green will yield three-putts. Just a great finishing hole.