Hole by Hole
Favor the right side of this wooded dogleg. Driver may not be the best choice, as the landing zone gets tight. Sloping green from back to front and quick in the front right.
A drive in the fairway sets up the hole. If laying up, play down the left side to avoid trees and get the best angle to hole. Large bunker on the right and long is not a great option.
Bunkers and evergreens guard this dogleg right. Longer hitters may challenge the bunkers for short approach. Long and narrow green slopes back to front.
Long and demanding hole is well guarded and difficult to roll ball onto. Bunkers right leave a testy bunker shot. Do not challenge the back pin location on this two-tiered green.
Seemingly easy downhill hole but hidden bunkers snag many tee shots. Sloping approach area is hard to roll ball onto green, so fly it on. Green runs at angle, just play to center.
Do not be fooled by this hole as it plays into the prevailing wind. Consider one more club to avoid the front bunker. Careful of the Out of Bounds. Overall a big target.
Risk & reward hole. A big drive may find the green or the water right, bunker short or Out of Bounds left. Play the fairway for simple approach to sloping left to right green.
Good birdie hole but careful of three ponds. Play left of the willow to a blind fairway. Favor the left edge of a generous approach area for best angle. Front of green is quick.
Lengthy hole plays into prevailing wind. Trees all down the left so work the ball into the right edge of the fairway. Green is undulating and has difficult back left hole location.
Hole turns a little right but easy hole, so enjoy that hotdog and coke from the turn. Avoid the fairway bunkers right and green slopes away from players. Can be difficult to hold.
Good hole that requires a medium to long iron to elevated green usually into the wind. Middle of the green is fine here or even short allows easy pitch. Left side of green falls away.
Straight away hole with trees right and bunkers left. Hit this fairway to approach this small green. Large pot bunker right and long is no good. Green slopes left to right.
A pretty, downhill hole with large evergreens and water behind the green. Hard to get a read on wind direction and club selection. Large green and fairly flat. Slopes back to front.
Fun hole. Players looking to reach in two must skirt the left edge. Careful of hidden pond and in course OB. 2nd & 3rd shots play into prevailing wind. Divided green left and right.
Downhill birdie hole with nice landing area. An accurate drive past bunker will provide a short pitch. OB all down left and behind hole. Green slopes back to front and left to right.
Hole exposed to wind, be careful. Driving area gets tight, but with wind players may drive over bunkers. Approach shots will fall left on this right to left sloped green.
Our most picturesque hole is challenging too. OB and hazard left and trees right put premium on hitting fairway. Green is well guarded and has a false front. Aim for center.
Plenty of room to bail from OB left. Innocent hole until the green. Inverted bowl shape slopes heavily back to front. Edges are tricky, too. Do not go long here or disaster looms.
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