Hole 1: 410 yard par 4, a great starting hole that has a large fairway bunker on the right side. Lay back just short of the bunker to have a mid iron into a large green that is well protected on the left side by multiple greenside bunkers. Par is a good start.
Hole 3: Our toughest hole on the course, 464 yard par 4 with a wide fairway. After a great drive you will still be left with a long iron or fairway wood into a challenging green that is protected by a deep greenside bunker on the right side, and a collection area to the left. Par is a great score on this long par 4 hole.
Hole 6: Moderately long par 4 at 363 yards. Shorter hitters have a huge fairway that is protected by 5 fairway bunkers down the right side. A good drive will leave you with a short iron into a narrow, two level green. Longer hitters have the option to fly it over the fairway bunkers to leave them with a very short shot into this green. Birdie and par are good scores.
Hole 7: An easy par 5 at 560 yards that allows you to really give it all you got for your drive due to the large landing area. A good drive will leave you with the risk/reward second shot to a green that is protected by water on the left side. If laying up, lay up to the right side so the water doesn’t come in play. Par should be easy.
Hole 10: A 547 yard par 5 that has water running down the entire left side of the fairway. However, the fairway is wide and gives you the option to play away from the water. Those who challenge the left side will have the option to lay up to a comfortable yardage or go for the green. This hole has a two tiered green that is protected by a large greenside bunker on the right and water long and left.
Hole 11: A 434 yard dog leg left par 4. A good drive down the right side will give you a clear shot to the green which is hidden by trees along the left side, leaving you with a mid to long iron into a green that is protected by bunkers on the left and a large bunker behind the green. Par is a good score.
Hole 12: A long and challenging, dog leg right par 4 at 454 yards with hazard to the left and water to the right off the tee box. A huge Oak tree on the right side of the fairway could complicate your second shot. A drive down the left side will leave you a mid to long iron to a large green with bunkers on the left and behind the green. Par is excellent.
Hole 13: A straight away par 5 at 529 yards. A good drive will give you the option of flying over a fairway bunker on the left to leave you a short pitch shot, or you can lay up down the right side to give you a short iron to a green that is protected by a front greenside bunker and hazard area long.
Hole 15: A short yet challenging 379 yard par 4. A good drive should leave you a short iron to an elevated green that is protected by water short and a greenside bunker long. A precise second shot is needed to avoid a big number. Par is good.
Hole 16: A slight dog leg left par 4 at 403 yards. A good drive down the right center will leave you a short iron to an elevated flat green that is protected by a large bunker on the left side. Longer hitters have the opportunity to cut the corner if they can carry the tress on the left which should leave them with a wedge in their hand for their second shot.
Hole 18: A great finishing hole that challenges even low handicappers. This 415 yard par 4 demands two good shots. With water down the entire right side of the fairway your tee shot needs to be down the left center to avoid trouble. This will leave you a mid iron second shot to a green that is protected by water short and right, as well as grass hills on the left side. Par is a great score.