- Hole 1
- Hole 2
- Hole 3
- Hole 4
- Hole 5
- Hole 6
- Hole 7
- Hole 8
- Hole 9
- Hole 10
- Hole 11
- Hole 12
- Hole 13
- Hole 14
- Hole 15
- Hole 16
- Hole 17
- Hole 18
Hole 1: A tee shot that lands in the fairway is a must for success on this front nine starter hole. From the fairway, your second shot is to a narrow green with a backdrop of a natural stone wall. Play this downhill par-4 smart to start the back nine with a smile.
Hole 2: For success on this par-3, hit to the middle of the green. Do not go long, left or right. Remember short is the shot.
Hole 3: Hit your drive right down the middle on this par-5. Risky players can attempt the difficult second shot going for the green but smart players will lay up to 100 yards shart of the green. The green is guarded by a well-positioned bunker and a pond on the right side of the green.
Hole 4: Be sure to hit the fairway off the tee. Take one extra club on your second shot due to the fairway sloping upwards. The green is guarded by a big tree on the left side that could block your second shot so watch out for that.
Hole 5: Approach this hole with caution. Big hitters can go for it but do not pull your tee shot because of the pond on the left side of the fairway near the green. Avoid going long on the second shot; the green is guarded by the bunker on the right side.
Hole 6:The fairway slopes down the hill to the green. A big tee shot placed on the right side of the fairway could possibly reach the green. Beware the green is a tricky two-tier.
Hole 7: Another par-3 with a picturesque view into an elevated green which is guarded by bunkers on both sides of the green.
Hole 8: Keep your drive to the left of the fairway bunkers on this dogleg par-4. Try to get up in two, as the green is very long and difficult to two putt.
Hole 9: Almost home. Hope you saved a couple of great shots for this par-4 ending hole. Aim to the left side of fairway on your drive to avoid being blocked out for your second shot. The second shot is uphill, so take and extra club or two. The green is three-tiered and quite difficult if you end up on the wrong tier.
Hole 10: Start the day on this great par-4, slight dogleg right within a well-bunckered green. A good tee shot down the right side of the fairway will leave a short to mid iron second shot. The green has a left side tier sloping to the back. Be aware of the lateral hazard over the green.
Hole 11: What you see is what you get here on this par-3. Play your tee shot to the left of the green side bunker. The green slopes front to the back; if you must miss, miss short.
Hole 12: Hit a big drive down the middle, making sure to avoid the left fairway bunker. If you are a long hitter, you can reach the green in two. If not, lay up to about 100 yards out for your approach shot but remember that the green is the tricky part of this hole. The two-tiered green slopes to the front.
Hole 13: Hit your drive to the middle, right-side of the fairway to avoid the left side fairway bunkers. Your second shot is uphill into a two-tier green. Hit one extra club into the green because it’s uphill.
Hole 14: Aim your drive to left center of the fairway on this challengeing par-4 due to the fairway sloping to the right. Your second shot will be short but make sure to stay in the middle of the green.
Hole 15: Number six is another great par-4. Hit your drive to the left side of the fairway to avoid the woods on the right. They’ll block your second shot if you aren’t careful. The second shot is downhill, so take one less club to avoid over-hitting.
Hole 16: Aiming your drive down the center of the fairway is imperative on this hole. If you slightly pull your drive, you will be spending some time in the bunkers. If you can stay out of the bunkers, the second shot is straight forward.
Hole 17: Hit your drive down the left center of the fairway but watch out, the fairway slopes to the right. For long hitters, you should aim to the left of greenside bunkers. The green can be reached with two big shots! Gor shorter hitters, the third shot needs to be to the center of the two-tiered green. Be careful, the green slopes towards the lake.
Hole 18: End the front nine on this short par-3. Take an easy shot down the hill being careful to avoid the water that surounds the green. Don’t get distracted, this is one of the most picturesque holes on the course.
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