1. This straight forward opening hole offers extra real estate to the right. Don't miss your tee shot left, or tree trouble is eminent. Approach shots missed right, will leave a tough up and in.
2. Accuracy with some distance will serve you well off the tee. Be aware of a small hazard right of the fairway, just shy of the 150 mark. Your shot to the green is uphill, but should not be missed long if possible. A small bunker awaits shots missed right of the green.
3. Grip it and rip it on this open hole. Careful with your approach shot. Missing long or left leads to a very difficult up and down. This green slopes sharply from back to front.
4. Big hitters may elect to hoist it over the trees on this dog leg left par 4. The safe play is to hit it about 235 yards into the fairway. Either option leaves a downhill approach with a short iron. Missing this large green long is one mistake that CAN'T be made.
5. This tight driving hole does have a hazard line running up the left side. Whether you go for the green or lay up, accuracy is at a premium off this tee. This two tiered green can lead to a big number if you miss it long left.
6. The first of three demanding par 3's. This uphill tee shot may require one extra club. Bunkers sit left and right of the green. A bad miss left can end up out of bounds.
7. Don't let the short yardage fool you. This tee shot is demanding, but only requires a 200 yard carry to set up a nice approach shot. Don't miss the green long or left where water lurks.
8. The second par 3 plays true to its yardage. Don't short side yourself, as the green is elevated and may leave a tough up and down. Any miss long can be swallowed by the large flower bed area. Water in front of the tee only exists in between your ears.
9. Longest hole on the course! Tee shots right won't hurt, but missing left will probably be wet. The most critical shot on this hole is the lay up. Position yourself in the fairway for an uphill approach.
10. This signature hole challenges every player off the tee. The more club you take, the tighter your target
becomes. You can break it into two 180 yard shots, or get aggressive with a risky swing of the driver. Your approach offers no real danger.
11. A good drive might allow you to go for it on this reachable par 5. Hitting the fairway will leave you with only one problem. Hanging limbs can swat your ball from getting home in two. Be aware of a good sized bunker right of the green.
12. The ROAD HOLE requires an accurate tee shot. Missing left, will most likely end up out of bounds. If you error too far right of the tee, tree trouble will surely be found. When going at this green, know that long or left is not an appealing miss.
13. This dogleg left par 4 is reachable for some, but will require a towering tee shot with accuracy. The smart play is to go at the fairway and leave a wedge to this uphill target. There is a bunker right of the green, but this hole offers scoring opportunities.
14. Skirt the big tree on the left for an optimal birdie chance with a wedge in your hand. Missing off the tee left is a mistake that shouldn't me made. It's a forest over there! When approaching the green, be aware of the large bunker below the green.
15. This picturesque par 3 plays true to its yardage. Avoid missing left at all cost where a waste bunker and hazard area await. Get on, or near the green and a solid par will give you great momentum as you head down this tough finishing stretch.
16. Longest Par 4 and easily the most difficult. Driving it long and straight will still require a long and accurate approach shot to our most difficult green. Any approach shot missed long or right will leave a hefty challenge. Good Luck!
17. This slight dog leg left has two different fairways separated by a road and some rough. Your downhill approach may play a club shorter, so make sure to avoid the water hazard beyond the target.
18. This awesome finishing hole is demanding in every way. With water left and trees right, you must hit an accurate tee shot. 180 yards or more is all that is required off the tee. Approach shot is steeply uphill to a green that slopes from back to front.