Fairway bunkers frame this majestic par 5 with a slight dogleg. Your second shot offers a directional bunker and a unique split fairway. The moderately sloped green accepts good shots, but don’t be long on your approach.
Hit a mid-to-short iron tee shot to a green protected by two bunkers on the right and mounds guarding the left apron.
This is probably the most demanding hole on the course. From the elevated tee, you must hit an accurate drive to a narrow landing area. Your second shot plays uphill to a large, undulating green guarded by a bunker front right and grassy hollows on the left.
This tee shot demands measured accuracy. Bunkers and wetlands to the right create a narrow landing area.
With bunkers on the left and trees all down the right side, don’t let the distance of this shorter par 4 fool you. The approach shot must carry the pond that protects most pin placements on this undulating green.
Hit your tee shot to the left center of the fairway to set up a short iron approach to this gently sloped green guarded by two bunkers. Birdie is a possibility.
Don’t leave anything in the bag on the course’s longest par 5. Wetlands and a pond to the left and out-of-bounds to the right create a tight landing area for your lay-up shot.
Hit your tee shot to the correct level of this two-tiered green or face the chance of a three-putt or worse. Par is always a good score here.
On this long par 4, avoid the large fairway bunker protecting the far end of the dogleg. Hit a long iron or fairway wood on your approach to this elevated, modestly sloped green. Don’t go long.
On this dogleg left, your second shot plays downhill to a large, multi-level green. Avoid the bunker guarding the left side of the green.
Your drive finds an open landing area short of the wetland stream. Low handicappers must be aware of the cross bunker – not visible on your second shot – that protects the left approach.
Avoid the fairway bunker that protects the left side of this narrow landing area. Be careful on you approach to this elevated, two-tiered green that slopes away in the rear.
Avoid the large fairway bunker guarding the right side of the landing area. A good tee-shot leaves a mid-to-short iron over the pond and bunker to the shallowest green on the course.
A left pin position requires a carry over the pond. Landing on the right side requires refined putting skills to make par.
Long hitters may be tempted to drive this narrow multi-level green protected in front by a pond. Shots that go long will find mounds and bunkers waiting behind the green.
Hit straightaway off the tee to this narrow, sloping fairway protected by bunkers on both sides. The green presents a large target, but bunkers guard it in front.
This uphill par 3 demands that you carry your shot to an elevated target. In this amphitheatre setting, a grassy hollow and bunker guard the front of the green while pot bunkers guard the left side.
Laying up sets the stage for a short approach over the water to this shallow green. You must hit your tee shot down the right side to have a clear approach shot. Going for this green in two is risky.