HOLE #1 – From the tips this par 4 hole plays 368 yards straight away. Careful though, anywhere to the left or right you can find yourself blocked out or out of bounds. The right side of the green is protected by a large tree. Long over the green can find trouble as well with a tough up from behind the green.
HOLE #2 – The 325 yard par 4 second plays straight as well with lingering trouble both left and right. The fairway bunker on the right is certainly in play potentially leaving golfers 150 yards into the green. The green is protected by a bunker on the front right and back left. Once again trouble is abound if you fly it over.
HOLE #3 – This par 4 only plays 333 yards from the back but is a slight dog leg right into the green with a small stream protecting the front side. Fairway bunkers line the right side leaving you a tough shot into the pin. The right side of this green is protected by a large tree, slight left will leave you OB and behind is once again troublesome. #3 green is two-tiered and can prove tricky for the best of putters. *TIP* – Play this one slightly left off the tee
Hole #4 – This 339 yard par 4 welcomes you to the first of few wide fairways on the course. The left side is protected by a couple of fairway bunkers while the right side brings our first water feature into play. 2 green side bunkers protect the left side of our longest, most tiered green on the course (3 tiers!) while missing right brings the pond into play. *TIP* – Don’t be past the pin!
HOLE #5 – Our first par 3 plays 183 from the back and 114 yards from the forward tees. Careful to be short as you can end up in the pond that lines the left side. A front right green side bunker provides some danger. The #5 green is welcoming as it is one of the larger ones on the course. *TIP – always account for a little wind
HOLE #6 – The par 4 sixth plays 355 yard from the back. Bunkers play along side the right of the hole while missing long left brings large trees protecting the green into play. A bunker protects the left side of the green. The miss off the tee here is to the right. *TIP* – this green has a lot of subtle breaks, careful as you read your putt
HOLE #7 – The 2nd par 3 plays approximately 186 yards from the back. Bunkers protect the left and front right of the green here. Another hole where missing to the left could mean you end up OB. The #7 green is fairly large sloping from back to front with plenty of breaks in between.
HOLE #8 – The first par 5 plays 523 yards from the back straight down the east side fence line. Trouble here all the way down to the left. A few fairway bunkers come into play about 250 yards from the tee box. Another set of bunkers comes into play on the left about 100 yards out and line all the way up to the green. This green is longer than it is wide so you must be precise in your aim. *TIP* – If you’re going to miss, MISS RIGHT
HOLE #9 – The closing hole on the outward 9 plays 332 yards from the back and is a slight dog leg right into the circular green. The right side has a few fairway bunkers and trees to cause just enough trouble. There are plenty of little trees in the left rough that can usually be navigated but can be brought into play if your ball settles in the wrong spot. 9 green slopes from back to front. *TIP* – Driver can get you there in 1 on the right day but the better play is a wood or long iron
Hole #10 – The back starts with a straight forward par 4 playing 373 from the back. Little trouble presents itself here, if you miss right there is a group of pines that could come into play. There are a couple fairway bunkers to the left but are only brought into play with a short second shot into the green. There is a green side bunker protecting to the left, over could be disaster depending on where the flag is located. *TIP* – Don’t miss long/left on your shot into #10 green.
Hole #11 – The second par 4 in a row on the back plays 390 from the tips. There is plenty of trouble to be had on the 3rd hardest hole on the course. A tight tree lined fairway to both the left and right make accuracy your main goal off the tee here. A shot short right could bring the fairway bunker into play which will likely make you play out directly left or right as a shot into the green would be difficult from there. #11 green is protected by bunkers on each side, over the back could have you blocked out by small pines. This green has the potential to be a 3 putt green depending on pin location. *TIP* Play a safe accurate club off of the tee. If you desire to hit driver, the miss here is to the right
Hole #12 – The first par 3 on the back side plays 175 from the back. The easiest par 3 on the course has you shooting over a small creek into a large green protected by large bunkers on both sides and behind. This large green can play tricky depending on pin placement. Another green that slopes back to front, you wont want to be long here if the pin is on the front.
Hole #13 – The par 5 13th plays 500 even from the back and has a slight dog leg left. The longest of hitters can get home in 2. #13 boasts one of the larger fairways on the course which gives you an optimal landing pad. Off to the left are 2 large fairway bunkers that can become troublesome with large trees directly in line to the green ahead. All along the left side runs a creek that can become an issue off the tee, the further down the hole the less the creek presents a problem. #13 green has 1 small pot bunker to the right and a large bunker to the left. *TIP* – Don’t be a hero! Play this as 3 shots to the green. This hole screams for you to play it in 2 but is better served being played as 3 shots.
Hole #14 – The par 3 14th might be the prettiest hole on the course. Most nights playing back into the sunset with the reflection gleaning off the pond makes for a memorable golf hole. Big trees surround 14 green with large bunkers in front and behind to provide just a hint of worry in your mind. A false front on the left side of the green will leave your ball rolling off and onto the approach. Another green that is a lot wider than it is deep. *TIP* – There is always wind on this hole!
Hole #15 – The par 4 15th will tempt the long hitters to go for it in 1 but beware of the creek that runs just short of the approach. With trouble looming just off both sides of the fairway the best play is to take your most accurate club off the tee. Miss left and you’re in the water, miss right and your up among the trees. 15 green is no walk in the park with 3 tiers all running back to front, a green side bunker left and long grass on the right there’s plenty of trouble to be had. *TIP* – Play it safe!!!!! This hole can ruin the scorecard on any day.
Hole #16 – The long par 4 16th is the #1 handicap hole on the golf course. 2 major reasons this plays as the hardest hole on the course are its length and small green. Playing at 434 yds is difficult in itself but then having to shoot into a small green makes this one tough to navigate. Fairway bunkers on the right are in play and most assured you wont be getting up and down from there. A small bunker sits front right of the green but the real trouble is over. If you go over you can most certainly add a stroke to the scorecard.