Hole by Hole

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Hole 1

Photo gives you a sense of the approach shot of this dramatic starting hole.

Hole 2

Photo taken from the tee box of this short but demanding par 4. Club selection is key on the approach to this elevated green.

Hole 3

Background photo depicts landing area for tee shot from elevated tee box. Favor the far side of the fairway for best approach angle into the green. Inset photo showcases desired angle of approach shot to this well guarded green.

Hole 4

Photo taken from behind the green of this short Par 3.

Hole 5

The plateau at the end of the fairway is the ideal spot to hit your 3rd shot given the 90 degree dog leg at the end of the fairway. Inset photo gives a view into the green from the sharp 90 degree dog leg. A short wedge here has you on in regulation on this Par 5.

Hole 6

Background image gives a view from the elevated tee box of this challenging Par 4. Too much club here could find the water hazard. Club selection is key for the approach to this three tiered green.

Hole 7

Background image gives a view from the elevated tee box of this challenging Par 4. Too much club here could find the water hazard. Club selection is key for the approach to this three tiered green.

Hole 8

Taken from the tee box looking down the fairway of this narrow hole. An iron off the tee here may be the play to ensure hitting this tight fairway.

Hole 9

Background photo from tee box of this uphill dog leg right Par 5. Inset photo taken from drive landing area for most players. Favor the right side of the fairway on your second to take the tree out of play for your approach.

Hole 10

Background photo taken from the tee box of this links style hole. One more club is the play from this fairway as the hole is uphill and the green is elevated.

Hole 11

With the tee box in the distant background you get a sense of the landing area from the tee. Wind conditions will likely dictate if you lay up on your second shot. Inset photo shows a view from behind the green looking back up the fairway. This green has a false front and may require one more club on the approach.

Hole 12

Background photo from tee box looking down the fairway of this dog-leg left Par 4. Inset photo gives a view from the approach area looking into this slightly elevated green.

Hole 13

Background photo looking down the fairway from tee box. Be mindful of the fairway bunkers on the right center of the fairway. Inset photo shows view of approach shot from behind fairway bunker. Attempt to leave the ball below the hole on this well guarded green.

Hole 14

View from the behind the green showcasing the greenside bunker that guards the pin.

Hole 15

View from behind the green looking back up the fairway. The green has a false front which can require an extra club on the approach.

Hole 16

View from behind the green side water hazard. With close to a 300 foot drop in elevation be mindful of club selection and wind.

Hole 17

Background photo from tee looking down this dog-leg right fairway. Inset photo from behind green looking back up the fairway at this narrowing Par 5.

Hole 18

View of approach shot from the fairway of this dog-leg right Par 4.