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This course starts off with a killer dogleg right, par-5. Hit a little cut right at the bunker in front of you. Longer hitters can cut off a lot of the yardage by taking it up over the trees with a draw. Make sure to be accurate with your approach shots – there are hazards to the right and out of bounds to the left. The green is protected by bunkers front and back.
This par-4 is the second hardest hole on the course. Take out your driver and hit it hard. Be careful though or you’ll run into out of bounds on the right and hazards on the left. Once you reach the fairway, you’ll have a mid to short iron into a peninsula green. Beware: water and a bunker in back of the green wait to foil your score.
The third hole is an easy par-4. Take a three-wood or hybrid straight down the middle, avoiding the bunkers to the right and left of the fairway. You’ll have a mid to short iron into a small green protected by bunkers on your approach. Be careful of the sucker pin front right.
What you see is what you get on this straight forward par-3. There are no bunkers to avoid so just concentrate on getting the yardage right. We recommend a mid to short iron tee shot to set yourself up for success.
The fifth hole is a short par-4. Start off by taking a driver down the middle. Be sure to avoid the fairway bunker on the right side. Once again, the green is protected by bunkers in the front and back. (Note the pattern on the bunkers for this course!) Use a mid to short iron on your approach into this green, which slopes back to front.
Watch out, this par-3 plays longer than the card shows. Don’t be fooled by the fact that it looks downhill…it isn’t. Use a mid to long iron shot into this green that slopes back to front.
The seventh hole is a straight par-5. Bring the big guns, take out your driver and RIP IT! You could land an airplane on this fairway if you wanted. Do watch out for the fairway bunker on left side. If you bomb it and land in the fairway it’s definitely a time to go for it in two. Be careful, the green is protected all around with bunkers. If you hit the green in two, a birdie should be an easy score.
The eighth hole is the second hardest par-4 on the front side. Watch out for the hazard and out of bounds on the left. Take aim and hit your driver at the 150 yard marker off the tee box. Your approach shot will be uphill (again) to a green protected by bunkers. Take one more club than you usually would because of the uphill lie.
Finish out the front on this great dogleg left par-4. If you can clear the bunker on the left, you will have an easy wedge into the green. The approach shot plays slightly uphill. Hit the green in two and plan to two putt for an easy par.
In case the front didn’t play out like you had planned, enjoy your new start on the back nine. The tenth hole is a reachable par-5, dogleg right. From the teebox, take aim at the tower over the trees. Hit it straight and you’ll avoid the fairway bunkers to the left and right. Lay up or go for it but watch out, this hole has bunkers placed everywhere, just waiting to foil your score.
Use a mid to short iron on the eleventh hole, taking note of the pin location to this uphill par-3. You want to be on the right side of the green. Beware: dreaded three putts are just waiting to show up on your scorecard.
Emit a small sigh of relief, the twelfth hole is a short, downhill dogleg left, par-4. Hit your driver if you draw the ball, use a three-wood or hybrid if you don’t. The approach shot can be successfully made with a mid to short iron…just don’t forget it’s downhill. Again, watch out for the green, protected all around by bunkers.
Lucky thirteen is a deceptive par-4. For success, aim at the bunker on right with your driver and hit a draw. Use a mid to short iron in your approach shot into a wide open green with only one bunker in the front-right. This par-4 plays shorter than you think, so consider taking a club less on your approach.
The fourteenth hole is a downhill par-3. Use a mid to short iron off the tee. The green is once again protected by bunkers all around. Aim at the center of the green, two putt for par and thankfully write a three on your scorecard.
Number fifteen is a short par-4 with water coming into play off the tee. Take an iron or a hybrid off tee, whichever you hit more consistently. From the fairway, use a mid to short iron into a big green. Bailout to the right if you have a fear of water.
BUNKERS, BUNKERS, and more BUNKERS. The sixteenth hole is a short par-4. Take your driver easily over the first bunker on the right and set yourself up for an approach shot with a short iron. You’re playing into a small, well-protected green all-around, so precision is key.
Be careful, this par-5 bites back! Watch out for the out of bounds on the right and the fairway bunkers to the right and left. If you bomb it off the tee, you might have a chance to get there in two (note the word “might”…). There is NO shame in laying up on this one. Beware of the bunkers to the left and back on this large green. Though tough, this hole provides a good chance at birdie and the opportunity to make up some ground on the scorecard.
Some say this is the hardest hole on the golf course. This par-4 will take that birdie you (hopefully) made on the last hole right back if you’re not careful. Be accurate – there’s a pond to the left off the tee and out of bounds to the right. If you opt for your driver, don’t kill it or you’ll be swimming in the second pond that you can’t see from the tee. If you safely reach the fairway, your approach shot will be a mid to short iron into a two-tier green. Make sure you’re not on the wrong side of the pin and be careful of the ridge that goes from front to back.
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