A great short hole warm up. Stay to left for the safer and slightly longer approach into the well bunkered green, or challenge the hazard and trees down the right as you aim for the green.
A moderate length par 5. The tee shot is stress free, but a careful layup to avoid the massive bunker down the left hand side is required for those seeking birdie.
Visually demanding off the tee, but there is room. Just be sure to mind the small pot bunker on the left side of the fairway. Small shallow green requires a precise approach shot.
Do you have enough club? Coming up short on this medium par three will leave either a tough pitch from rough or an even more daunting shot from a deep bunker.
Let it fly off the tee here, the only trouble being a fairway bunker on the right and a lone oak on the left. Elevated green can make for some interesting chip shots.
Another short par 4, this time with water running down the entire left side. Mounding on the right side of the fairway can redirect stray tee shots. Large green has one sneaky pot bunker guarding the middle.
A long par 3 over water. The green is pitched from back left to front right, with a par not assured once your ball has found the surface. Two small bunkers short and right of the green catch anything hit without full commitment.
A breath of fresh air after #7 right? Only once you’ve avoided the large lake with your second shot and navigated the multi-tiered green with your approach shot. Birdie is doable, but par is a great score.
Trees line the fairway right and left, and a pond guards the right side of the green. Two strong straight shots here will lead to a nice par.
Hidden Creek brings the beach to you on this hole. A large bunker runs the entire length of the hole on the right, and your approach to the green must carry it as well. Coming up short is not advised.
This shorter par 4 favors a soft draw off the tee and into the green as well. A thin bunker starts runs along the left side of the hole and green. Feeling brave? A high power draw over the trees can find the green.
Nothing tricky here, just find the fairway. A drive up the right side will get more roll, but may not have as good of an angle into the kidney shaped green guarded by two bunkers on the left.
Double check the wind, and grab an extra club. This hole plays a few yards longer than its yardage. The green is quite wide and fairly shallow with two bunkers short and right.
A shot favoring the left half of the fairway will avoid the overhanging limbs of the trees on the right and give the best angle of approach into one of the bigger greens. Avoid a miss to the right on this hole, as nothing but trees await you.
Strongest of all the par 5’s. Be careful with the lay up, as a very large bunker cuts the landing area in half starting about 100 yards out from the green. There is room left of the bunker for those brave enough to attempt to get home in two.
Nothing hidden here, just a large oak that must be avoided by either going over or around with your 2nd shot. One small bunker protects the green on the front right and some mounding on the left can make for an awkward recovery chip.
The last of the par 3’s, it’s also the shortest. Short is the safer miss here, as going over this elevated green will lead to a very difficult pitch. Green slopes from back left to front right and is wider than it is deep.
Great risk/reward hole. Smart play is a lay up to between 100-150 yards out. The gambler will flirt with the two massive bunkers guarding this green in their attempt to find the putting surface. Drives that aren’t offline will find a narrow landing strip of fairway should they come up short.