This medium length par 5 offers a wide landing area off the tee. Going for the green in two shots is not wise. A precise second shot lay-up leaves you in good position for your approach to the green.
On this short par 4, favor the right side off the tee as shots kick back to the left. A good tee shot with a long iron or fairway wood sets up a short iron to this fairly flat green with bunkers short left and long right.
Even though it’s the shortest hole on the course, this par 3 requires great distance control. The undulating green challenges the best of players. Going long left is trouble especially if the pin is to the front or middle/right of the green.
On this short, dogleg left, favor the right side off the tee. A bunker in front of the green that slopes from front to back, makes your second shot very demanding. Don’t go long.
Hit a long iron or a fairway wood off the tee on this dogleg right. A 200-225 yard drive leaves you with a short iron or wedge to a large green that slopes from back to front. Try to keep your second shot below the pin.
Position is key all the way to the green. This fairway kicks shots to the right. Long hitters can easily reach in two if they hit a precise drive over the left corner.
This is the longest par 3 on the course. A bunker guards a front left pin location. Be sure to take enough club. A crown splits the green into two sections, so play to the correct tier.
This tough dogleg right plays downhill all the way from tee to green. A bunker guards the front right side of the putting surface. You can land your approach short and run it up to the green. Relax and take in the view.
Hit a mid to long iron down the right side, allowing the ball to bounce to the left. Your second shot is downhill. Club selection is important here.
This short par 4 is a beauty. Water runs along the entire right side and two strategically placed trees protect the middle of the fairway. An iron off the tee is the smart play here.
This medium length par 3 plays uphill to a large green. Use an extra club if necessary. Don’t land short. A large bunker guards the horseshoe shaped green.
This long par 4 is by far the toughest hole on the course. A long accurate drive down the right side is needed to go for the green in two. A long iron or fairway wood second shot over a wetland to a well-bunkered green will test even the best players. A par 5 from the red tees.
This narrow landing area requires an accurate drive. Your approach finds a long green with a large bunker on the right. Take par and move on.
On this dogleg left par 4, a shot down the middle leaves a short iron to this elevated green protected by two large bunkers. This green slopes back to front.
On our signature hole, enjoy the view from the highest point of elevation on our course. Trouble awaits in all directions. Greenside bunkers short right and long left make club selection imortant. Par is a good score.
On this short par 4, go with a long iron or fairway wood off the tee to set up a short approach shot. This green is protected by bunkers front and left and is two-tiered. Play it safe for an easy birdie.
On your tee shot over the water, avoid the fairway bunker on the left. Check the pin position on your approach. This undulating green challenges the best of golfers.
On this beautiful finishing hole, water comes into play on both your tee shot and approach. Avoiding the fairway bunker on tee off down the right side if the fairway. Water guards the left side of the green.