Hole #1 - 347 yards
The first hole is an easy par 4 with the green hiding behind the trees on the left. Favor the middle to the right side of the fairway for a nice wide open shot to the green.
Hole #2 - 317 yards
A short par 4 with a creek that runs down the right side and then cuts across the fairway in front of the green. After a good 180 yard layup shot, you might need to add a club for this uphill, narrow and deep green.
Hole #3- 144 yards
Be careful with this all carry par 3. Picking the correct club is a must. Keep your tee shot slightly to the left of the pin for the best results.
Hole #4 - 375 yards
A dogleg right golf hole with a winding creek that runs down the right side and then cuts across to run beside the left side of the green. Play for the middle of the fairway off the tee.
Hole #5 - 357 yards
An uphill dogleg 4 par with a bunker that guards this sloping two-tiered green. Gamblers can try taking their tee shot over the two fairway bunkers on the left to leave a wedge to the green.
Hole #6 - 343 yards
You must not hit your tee shot through the fairway on this slight downhill dogleg left par 4. The green is very undulated and will make putting difficult.
Hole #7 - 371 yards
An uphill 4 par with a deep bunker that guards a large two-tiered green. Add a club for the approach shot, as many golfers leave it short to this large and rolling green complex.
Hole #8 - 490 yards
A hill par 5 with a slick green that slopes from back to front. Big hitters can take the risk of getting there in two but anything missing the green will leave a most difficult up and down.
Hole #9- 393 yards
The last hole on this side is probably the tightest hole on the course. The second shot on this dogleg right par 4 is up hill and the green is guarded by two bunkers to the left and one short right.
Hole #10 - 344 yards
A straight away 4 par with a drivable fairway bunker on the left side. Avoid the front right bunker and you should have a good look at birdie.
Hole #11 - 218 yards
The longest and toughest par 3 on the course, #11 is over 200 yards and plays uphill all the way.
Hole #12 - 171 yards
The downhill 3 par plays slightly shorter than the yardage reads but has two deep bunkers guarding the right side of the green.
Hole #13 - 316 yards
The best birdie hole on the course. Tee shots that can miss the fairway bunker on the right will leave just a short pitch to the green.
Hole #14 - 511 yards
A straight away 5 par here with the green sitting down on a valley. Be aggressive on your second shot, as the fairway slopes back toward the middle on both sides.
Hole #15 - 360 yards
A good par 4 with no fairway bunkers to worry about. This hole has the largest green on the course and getting your approach shot on the correct position of this green is a must.
Hole #16 - 182 yards
A downhill par 3 with a creek that runs just behind the green. Club selection here is very important as the yardage is deceiving. Par here is normally a good score.
Hole #17 - 355 yards
A short par 4 with some bite to it. Tee shots should favor the right side to avoid the creek on the left. Don't miss this very undulating green here because getting up and down will be difficult.
Hole #18 - 522 yards
What you see is what you get on this hole. Be extra careful around this green which has out-of-bounds guarding both sides and behind the green.
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