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Hole 1 – Par 4
The first hole offers a generous fairway that slopes slightly to the right. The long, narrow bunker on the right side prevents stray shots from ending up in the pine trees. A right side bunker, the apple orchard, and a majestic oak tree frame the green of this beautiful starting hole.
Hole 2 – Par 4
From the elevated tee this looks like a wide-open hole. The lake that borders the left side also cuts in front of the green, and a hillside borders the right side. The green is the course’s most severe. A back left bunker awaits errant shots. Go long and you will find oak trees and bushes.
Hole 3 – Par 5
On this par 5, drives from an elevated tee must avoid the long, narrow, left side bunker, favoring the right side of the fairway. From there you can view the slightly downhill second shot. Two long shots can reach the green in two. A large, gently rolling green guarded by a right side bunker gives many birdie chances.
Hole 4 – Par 4
This short dramatic hole offers many options from the elevated tee. Tee shots cross water to a right-sloping fairway. Play towards the bunker, avoiding the large evergreen across the fairway. A short iron will reach the long, narrow green, but it is guarded by water long and right and a hillside left.
Hole 5 – Par 3
This difficult par 3 requires an accurate mid-to-long iron shot. The tees direct players between two oak trees across the water to a large green with little room on each side. A thoughtful decision must be made on the tee to avoid the water.
Hole 6 – Par 4
The longest par 4 on this side is open and straightforward. Water on the left and in front of the tee is not a factor. A long iron second shot to a slightly elevated green guarded on both sides by bunkers is a challenge. The halfway house waits after this hole.
Hole 7 – Par 4
A large left side bunker guards the fairway on this downhill, dogleg left. The second shot is into a very large rolling green protected by two small bunkers on the right and a small wetland on the left. An accurate approach to the sloping green can produce a birdie.
Hole 8 – Par 5
Drives on this beautiful par 5 must carry a large wetland to a generous fairway, settling on either side of the bunker. Lay up your second shot before the bunker 50 yards short of the green. Two long shots will get home in two. A bunker and wetland guard the left side of this small green.
Hole 9 – Par 3
An exciting par 3 from elevated tees to a very large green protected by water on the right and a bunker in the back that stops most shots from reaching the water beyond. Wind knowledge is key to making par on this hole. Look right and check the pin on 18.
Hole 10 – Par 5
On this three-shot, double-dogleg par 5, second shots should favor the right side. The slightly sloping fairway will return you back to the center. Short approach shots are tricky; bunkers guard the front right and back left of the green. Miss left, find the wetlands; miss right or long, chip from the oak trees.
Hole 11 – Par 4
The longest par 4 on the back requires driver, so swing away. Long hitters can carry the bunker on the left, but the faint of heart have plenty of fairway right. The long, wide-open second shot is to a green guarded on the right by a bunker and on the left by a deep valley.
Hole 12 – Par 4
The tee shot on this short par 4 should favor the left side to allow a better angle to attack the green. Two fairway bunkers on the right, one on the left, and two in front of the green will test your accuracy. The large green offers many peaks and valleys. A definite birdie hole!
Hole 13 – Par 3
This beautiful par 3 offers a short shot over wetlands to a large green surrounded by pine trees. A bail out area waits to the right. If you miss the green, the large, extended collar makes run-ups easy, setting up a one-putt. Proper club selection and wind direction are key to this hole.
Hole 14 – Par 4
You have two options from the elevated tee on this right-then-left, double-dogleg par 4; carry the wetlands or be safe and go left. Carrying the wetlands leaves a much easier second shot. If you go too far left, a blind second shot waits. The green is protected on both sides by bunkers. Proceed to the halfway house.
Hole 15 – Par 4
On this downhill dogleg right, the temptation is to carry the sprawling bunker. The best line is between the two left side bunkers. Pinpoint accuracy is required on the second shot to a peninsula green guarded by water and a small bunker on the right.
Hole 16 – Par 4
Don’t let the yardage fool you on this short, yet strategic par 4. A large majestic oak tree guards the left side of the fairway; a lake runs down the right. A short accurate second shot is required to hold the small green guarded by grass mounds and bunkers on both sides.
Hole 17 – Par 3
The final par 3 is played with a short-to-mid iron. Note the pin placement as the location of your tee shot will be crucial to making a par. Water on the right and a bunker on the left protect this very large, two-tier green.
Hole 18 – Par 5
The longest par 5 on the course requires three long, straight shots to reach the green. An accurate drive to the spacious fairway and a second shot between two large oak trees sets up a difficult approach shot. A lake on the left and two bunkers right guard the smallest green on the course.