HOLE NO. 1
A drive to the top of the hill will give you a shot at hitting the green in 3 shots.
HOLE NO. 2
A slight draw on your Tee shot will set you up for a challenging 2nd shot that is threatened by a creek and a tight green.
HOLE NO. 3
Straight off the Tee, your second shot should be placed near the dog leg right. Don’t leave your 3rd shot short unless you like the water.
HOLE NO. 4
Landing the Green is a must on this unforgiving Par 3.
HOLE NO. 5
Risk of landing in the ravine if your drive isn’t long enough. You may consider laying up short of the ravine to ensure a 2nd shot.
HOLE NO. 6
Hit it straight and long, there are no other options.
HOLE NO. 7
A solid drive on this dog leg left will give you a chance at a birdie.
HOLE NO. 8
Pretty much a straight Par 5, however, there are pitfalls that just come looking for you.
HOLE NO. 9
A fun Par 3, maybe you can strike the big one.
HOLE NO. 10
This hole requires a solid drive and a precise 2nd shot to reach the green in two. If you need 3 strokes, make sure that you are accurate with your wedge.
HOLE NO. 11
This Par 3 one of the most difficult greens on the course.
HOLE NO. 12
A double dog leg left with an elevated green, beware of hitting to the right on your second shot. Remember to adjust your club for the elevated green.
HOLE NO. 13
A slight dog leg right. Don’t go right off the Tee; there is a sand bunker and trees. This green requires a careful read.
HOLE NO. 14
A challenging Par 4, slightly dog leg right, pond to the right and just short of the green will certainly boost your ego.
HOLE NO. 15
A straight away Par 3 that produces more fours and fives than threes. Many tee shots come up short.
HOLE NO. 16
Your 2nd shot to the green is short, more often than not. Tough putts when the pin is located at the back.
HOLE NO. 17
The green is well below the tee off area and really invites a shot to make you proud.
HOLE NO. 18
A double dog leg left and then right to a tight green. Simply don’t go to the right on your second shot and you could have a shot at the easiest birdie on the course, a great way to finish.