North Course: Holes 1 - 9
South Course: Holes 10 - 18
West Course: Holes 19 - 27
Not much trouble off the tee here. A solid approach will stay right of the hole to give an uphill putt at the hole. Avoid being short and left of the green as the green will slope away from you.
A difficult driving hole where driver is not recommended. Placement is key off the tee with the 150 yd marker your target. Your approach should favor the left side of the green as a hazard creeps in on the right.
Reach back and rip it off this tee. A long par four with not much in the way. Length is the hazard on this hole. Favor the left side of the green on your approach.
A short par five that can be reached with two well placed shots. A fade off the tee is the desired shot to give you a chance at the green. Lay up if you’re at your limit…this is a well guarded green.
A medium length par three with the green well guarded up front. Make sure you dial in your distance as there is not much room for error. The green slopes from back to front more than appears so adjust accordingly.
A great challenge off the tee on this short par four. The 150yd mark is your target. Out of bounds skirts the right side of the hole with water lurking the entire left hand side of the hole and green. Placement is key here on both the tee shot and approach.
A great test of skill and nerves. Anything on the green is a great shot. Favor the left side as water surrounds the entire right side of this green.
A well placed drive on this hole is required. Note the hazard on the right as it might come into play off the tee. Favor the left side of the green. Play more break than appears near the slopes on this green.
A solid par five with a very generous landing area off the tee. Make sure your lay up is far enough back to give a full swing into your approach. The green is well guarded with a large swale in the center.
South Course: Hole #10
Favor the right side of the fairway off the tee. The two tiered green requires a well placed approach.
South Course: Hole #11
This medium length par five is reachable with a big drive. Not much is in the way until you reach this well positioned green. If the pin is up front then play for birdie, otherwise par is a good score.
This is a medium to long par three depending on where the tees are. The green is well guarded and provides a unique horseshoe type swale directly in the middle. Make sure your approach lands on the right level.
A great par four with placement off the tee being key. Aim well right of the 150yd marker as there is more fairway to the right than visible. Note the pin placement as this is a two tiered green.
South Course: Hole #14
Favor the right side of the fairway off the tee. Your approach into the green should stay short and right as left and long are mistakes.
Aim just left of the large Oak to the right of the fairway. Hazards come into play on both sides of this hole so placement should be your objective. Par is a great score!
Favor the right side off the tee as there is a hazard on the left not visible from the tee. Make sure your lay up distance is 75-100 yds out. Any further back and you’ll be blocked by the large Oak down the middle.
The green is very shallow from back to front so make sure you select the right club on this medium length par three. Par is a great score!
A long and unique finishing hole. Aim for the bunker off the tee. The hole bends 90 degrees to the left…avoid trying to cut the corner.
A long up hill par four that is usually played into the wind. Favor the left side of the fairway and generally use one extra club on your approach.
Avoid the fairway bunker off the tee. If successful you may have a chance at reaching this par five. A stream crosses the fairway at 125yds out so adjust your lay up accordingly.
Placement is key off the tee on this well designed par four. Avoid the fairway bunker and you have a shot at par if you hit this small, guarded green.
Reach back and rip it on this long par four. Avoid the right and you’ll have a chance at par. A long approach is typical to this green that slopes from back to front.
A great par three with the green sitting perched on a hillside. Any shot missing this green will be penalized by the mounding surrounding the green. Choose your distance well.
A large Oak sits directly in the middle of this short par four. Avoid the Oak and you have a fair chance at hitting this green. Long is actually the miss on this approach as the green slopes from front to back.
A solid par three with a shallow green from back to front. Make sure you select the right club. Execution is key on this hole.
This long and demanding par four actually requires a well placed tee shot if you cannot carry the bunkers in the middle of the fairway. Favor the left side of the green on your approach. Par is a great score!
This horseshoe shaped par five is the ultimate risk/reward hole. Try to cut off too much and you’ll find water that runs the entire right side of the hole. Lay up to 125yds in order to leave a full shot to the green. Putts break more than you think on this green.