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HOLE 1 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 1

  • From the Tee:
    Take a deep breath, swing away and enjoy the start of your round on this shortish Par 4.
  • To the Green:
    Keep your ball below the hole and you will do fine.

HOLE 2 PAR 3

Tips for Hole 2

  • From the Tee:
    A tough test this early in the round, but there is room to bounce it up on the right.
  • To the Green:
    Avoid the traps to make your par.

HOLE 3 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 3

  • From the Tee:
    Check the wind before you decide: lay up or drive it over the creek.
  • To the Green:
    Either way, you must stay below the hole on your second shot.

HOLE 4 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 4

  • From the Tee:
    Loosen your grip and swing slower if you want to draw it around the corner.
  • To the Green:
    Club selection is key hitting into this very large green.

HOLE 5 PAR 5

Tips for Hole 5

  • From the Tee:
    Aim down the right side of the fairway on our “Signature” reachable Par 5.
  • To the Green:
    Miss it right if the pin is up front, miss it left if the pin is back.

HOLE 6 PAR 3

Tips for Hole 6

  • From the Tee:
    A difficult Par 3 over the water to this bowl-shaped sloping green.
  • To the Green:
    Try not to short side yourself. Uphill putts are slow.

HOLE 7 PAR 5

Tips for Hole 7

  • From the Tee:
    Bust a drive on this long Par 5, but keep it out of the trees on the left.
  • To the Green:
    Even if you can’t reach this green in two, it is still a birdie hole.

HOLE 8 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 8

  • From the Tee:
    A long, demanding Par 4 usually into the prevailing wind.
  • To the Green:
    Take enough club to get over the bunker and hope to two putt.

HOLE 9 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 9

  • From the Tee:
    A long Par 4 with trouble down the left hand side.
  • To the Green:
    Pat yourself on the back if you hit this green in two

HOLE 10 PAR 5

Tips for Hole 10

  • From the Tee:
    A precise drive is required to make this green reachable. Avoid the bunkers by the green to make this a birdie hole.
  • To the Green:
    Putts will fall on this flatish green.

HOLE 11 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 11

  • From the Tee:
    Thread the needle between the fairway bunker on the left and the water on the right.
  • To the Green:
    Aim for the middle of the green and you will have a legitimate birdie chance.

HOLE 12 PAR 3

Tips for Hole 12

  • From the Tee:
    Beautiful evergreens backdrop this deceptively difficult Par 3.
  • To the Green:
    Club selection is crucial to score on this hole. Choose wisely.

HOLE 13 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 13

  • From the Tee:
    Welcome to the most demanding driving hole on the course. You must hit it long and straight.
  • To the Green:
    Take an extra club on your approach shot as it plays slightly uphill.

HOLE 14 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 14

  • From the Tee:
    Stay right of the bunkers on this dogleg left.
  • To the Green:
    Your approach shot will stop quickly on this back to front sloped green.

HOLE 15 PAR 3

Tips for Hole 15

  • From the Tee:
    You must carry the bunker or you won’t make par on this very shallow green.
  • To the Green:
    Subtle breaks make putting on this green an adventure.

HOLE 16 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 16

  • From the Tee:
    “Tee it High and let it Fly” on this short Par 4 with trouble lurking
  • To the Green:
    A short iron approach will leave you with a makeable birdie chance.

HOLE 17 PAR 4

Tips for Hole 17

  • From the Tee:
    Drive the green or lay up? Either way this hole is no gimme, no matter what the scorecard says.
  • To the Green:
    Keeping your approach shot on the correct level will make putting much simpler.

HOLE 18 PAR 5

Tips for Hole 18

  • From the Tee:
    Hit your drive as far down the hill as possible to set up your second shot over the creek.
  • To the Green:
    Drop a wedge on the pin, tap in for four and head to the “19th Hole” for a cold one.

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