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A challenging par 5. Our starting hole is a dogleg left with a blind approach. Try and draw the ball from right to left or take a chance by going over the trees to get a little more distance out of the drive. Then hit it to the 100 yard marker to have a view of the green. The green is narrow but long.

A slight dogleg to the right, this par 4 is not long, but has a tight driving lane between the trees. The green is guarded by bunkers to the left and right.

This par 3 is heavily bunkered both around the green, and short of the green on the left. 3 bunkers are to your left, with one on your right. Pin locations can be difficult when they are located on the right side of the green.

This hole is one of our toughest par 4’s. The trees on the left stick out and tend to force your shot right. You can avoid this by hitting over the trees or draw the ball from right to left. The greens shape makes it hard to land the ball on the green and make it stick, so it may be best to land it before the green and let it run up onto the green. There is trouble behind the green.

An elevated tee on this par 3 makes this hole look easier than it is. Be sure to land the ball on the green below the hole. The green has a lot of movement so be careful with your lag putts or a simple two putt could turn into 3 or 4 putts very easily.

  

Another difficult par 4. There is O.B. to the left and trees to your right. However, the fairway is wide and forgiving. The approach to the green needs to be accurate. Miss a little to the left and you’re O.B. Miss to the right, and you’re in the bunker.

   

Your drive will determine what your choices will be on this hole. Large trees are just to the right of the landing zone. Hit too long, and you’re in the ravine. Hit too far left and you’re looking at a wall of trees to hit over to a green you can’t see. The green is easily approachable, just don’t miss left.

One of our par 5’s where an eagle is not out of the question. A great hole especially during tournament play. Accuracy off of the tee is critical to avoid the water on the left. The green is large with a greenside bunker on the right side.

This par 4 has some bunkers that could give you trouble. The fairway bunker is well positioned, and can be reached on the tee shot. Don’t overcorrect by going too far right or you’re in the trees. The green has a large bunker in front of the green. You can avoid this by staying left, or you will be forced to carry it.

The back 9 starts off alongside the bluffs. #10 is a par 5 that doglegs slightly to the left. Try and get your drive to the right of the ravine or just beyond to give yourself a chance of hitting the green on your next shot.

This par 3 can be intimidating. A ravine surrounds the left, right, and back sides of the green. A shot just a little off the mark can find itself at the bottom of the ravine. Hit too short, and you could be stuck in the turf hollow in front of the green.

Perhaps our toughest hole on the course. Ideally you want to hit the drive to the 150 yard marker of just left of it. This will leave you with a good approach to a green that lies just beyond a ravine. This is a rough carry no matter what the yardage. There is trouble on both sides of the fairway and all around the green. Paring this hole is an achievement in and of itself.

The green on this par 3 is higher than the tee. Be careful on club selection because it can be deceiving. If you hit it short, you will likely be in one of the bunkers that guard the front. The green has some slope to it so watch the putt speed.

A long par 5 which is fairly wide open. The green is difficult to reach in two because it sits on top of a large hill. The green is rather large, but the pin locations in front can be difficult to reach in two because it sits on top of a large hill. The green is rather large, but the pin locations in front can be difficult.

A narrow landing area with water on the right makes the drive placement critical.The green has two bunkers on the left and right, but is easily reached through the middle of the approach.

Another par 5 where eagles can happen. Water to the left and right off of the tee make it important that the drive is straight. The approach is to an elevated green with a bunker on the right.

A long par 3. Playing close to 200 yards, this hole not only requires length but also accuracy. 2 bunkers flank the greens front. The greens is one of our largest, so even if you are on, you may have a lengthy putt.

The finishing hole is a par 4 that doglegs slightly to the right. The landing area is wide, but for the big hitters who want to have a risk reward, driving over the fairway bunker will shorten the hole and give you a great approach. Drive it into the bunker, and it will require a good fairway bunker shot to save your par. The green is long and narrow with a bunker on the right and turf hollow on the left.