A precise drive is required to make this green reachable in 2 shots. A definite birdie hole to start your round. Putt will fall for you on this relatively flat green.
Thread the needle between the fairway bunker on the left and water on the right. 3-wood or hybrid is the play off this tee. Softest green on the course will hold any shot, so be aggressive.
Beautiful evergreens are the backdrop to this deceptively difficult Par 3. Extremely sloped from back to front, stay below the hole at all costs.
The most demanding hole off the tee on the course. Risk/reward awaits your decision. Approach plays slightly uphill.
Stay right of the bunkers on this dogleg left. Your approach shot will stop quickly on this back to front sloped green.
Carry the bunkers on this difficult Par 3, long is jail however. Be patient putting on this hole, par is a great score.
Tee it high and let it fly on this short Par 4. A short iron approach will leave you with an easy birdie chance.
Drive the green or lay up? This hole is no gimme, no matter what the scorecard says. Patience is required once again on this undulating green.
Hit your drive down the hill as far as possible to set up your second shot over the creek. Drop a wedge on the pin and make your four and get ready for the back 9.
Swing away and enjoy your start to the back 9 on this short Par 4. Keep your ball below the hole and you will be just fine.
A challenging Par 3 awaits and rewards good shot placement. This wide green welcomes Par as a good score.
Check the wind before you decide to lay up or drive it over the creek. This challenging green will test your putting skills to the max.
Draw it around the corner with a driver or 3-wood to set up a short iron into the green. A large green welcomes good shot placement and a birdie opportunity.
Stay on the right side of the fairway on our Signature Par 5. Risk/reward once again is in play on your second shot to a challenging green.
This longer Par 3 demands proper club selection. Simple, back to front sloped green rewards good putting.
Cut the corner on this dogleg left to set up a chance to go for the green in two. Make your birdie and finish strong.
A long, demanding Par 4 usually into a prevailing wind. Two putts on this green make par a good score here.
A great finishing hole requires your attention until the very end. Another sloped back to front green awaits our putting prowess. Head into Pearce’s for a cold one after your round!