Hole 10

Avoiding the big miss on your second shot and this par 5 presents another good opportunity to get your back 9 off to a good start.

Hole 11

A solid mid iron is needed here.  Make sure to cover the front bunker and you could have a good look at par.

Hole 12

The wide fairway off the tee can give you false security.  There is more room left that you realize on the blind second shot.

Hole 13

The close guarding OB on the left tends to get in your head.  Commit to you swing or you’ll be hard pressed to make par.

Hole 14

One of the easier par 4’s on the course.  It doesn’t require driver to have a short iron or wedge into this good sized green.

Hole 15

With a blind tee shot it can be difficult to know what line to pick.  Hit the right one and you can get home in 2 on this short par 5.

Hole 16

Into a east wind hole 16 can play tougher than the par 5 15.  Avoiding a big miss is crucial off the tee.  Green slopes mainly from left to right.

Hole 17

Often this par 3 should be a par 4 especially from the back tees.  A small opening to the green guarded by bunkers and a severe drop off if you go long.  missing short in the approach is your best miss.

Hole 18

Straight forward finishing hole plays uphill and longer than the actual yardage.  2 solid shots and you will have no problem finishing with a par.