A short par 4 with creek running down the left. Hit your drive down the middle or left of the fairway for best angle of approach. A definite birdie hole to kick start your round.
Very long par 4. A tee shot down the left will give you an easier angle to the green. On the right and you bring the lake into play. Take your par and move onto #3
Short par 3. Sloping green is this holes defense. Stay to the right side of the green to have an easier uphill putt. This will mean the bunker is a factor though. Birdie chance but par is not a bad score here.
A straight forward par 4. Hit a good drive anywhere in the fairway and a birdie is attainable. Green is relatively flat.
Very difficult par 5. Three very good shots will be needed to give yourself a chance at birdie. Tee shot must only go approximately 200 yards otherwise the ball ends up in the lake. Rest of the hole is uphill with OB down the left. Try and keep your approach shot below the pin. Anything above and a 3 putt is a good possibility since the green slopes severely from back to front.
A blind par 3. Green slopes from left to right so play it to the left side of the green and let it feed to the pin. Long is dead here. Par is a good score.
A par 4 that demands a good second shot. Tee shot should be in the fairway. Anything left leaves a tough second and right brings the lake into play. Second shot is to an elevated green. One of the toughest greens on the course. Below the hole will make for a much easier putt. Anything is possible on this hole depending where your second shot ends up.
A short par 4 dog leg right. This hole leaves many options off the tee. Play an iron down the middle and you’ll have a short second or go over the tree if you play a high ball. This will leave a little pitch into the green. A birdie hole for sure.
A par 4 with road down the right. Anywhere in the fairway leaves a good angle into the green. One of the easiest greens on the course so birdie is a possibility.
Start your back 9 with a par 5. A chance to get home in 2 with a good drive. Be careful if you are going for it. A lake on the left of the green or a pitch downhill back towards the lake if you’re right. Play it safe and a birdie chance is possible. Be careful with the approach though because the green slopes front to back and right to left.
A very long downhill par 3. Anywhere but straight down the middle will make this a difficult par.
This is a great Risk/Reward hole. The green is reachable for the long hitters but it brings the greenside creek into play. Smarter shot is a mid-iron leaving a short approach. Another green that slopes back to front. Leave your approach below the hole and this is a definite birdie chance.
A short uphill par 4. The most demanding drive on the course. A severe hill protects the left and woods are all along the right. Driver is not needed here unless you want to get up to the flat part of the fairway. After you hit your second your work isn’t done. A very tough green with lots of slope and break. A birdie chance with a good drive but par is definitely a good score level
A picturesque par 3 over a lake. This is a downhill par 3 with a smallish green. A good tee shot is a must here because left is woods and right is a tall grass area. In the summer, play it off the bank and let it feed into the green because everything slopes right to left. A tough green to putt so par is a good score.
The last par 5 on the course. Play your drive just to the right of the tower down the left side to stay in the fairway. Anything down the right will roll into the rough. A big green awaits for your approach. This is a good birdie opportunity with three good shots.
An uphill dog leg left par 4. A draw around the tree is the optimal drive. Do that and this hole becomes a very good birdie shot. The green is fairly large and flat so putting is not too tough.
Another very difficult driving hole. Left will be OB and right brings the pine trees into play. Put one down the middle and you’ll have an easy second though. Green is large but protected long left by fall offs. Hit a good drive and birdie is a possibility.
A dog leg left par 4 to finish. Driver may bring the creek, crossing the fairway, into play. You must play your tee shot down the right side otherwise the approach is guarded by large trees. Par is a very good score here because this is one of the toughest greens to read.