Hole 1

This opening par 5 allows you to ease into your round with a good scoring opportunity.  Avoid the big miss and you could have a good shot at birdie.

Hole 2

Finding a par at the second is no easy task.  This medium length par 3 has water surrounding the green on three sides and a green that slopes generously from back to front.  Aim at the front right portion of the green to be safe and avoid a big number.

Hole 3

This short par four can be played a number of ways.  The most conventional is a layup shot to avoid the risk of the hazard that runs up the entire left side of the hole.  The second shot requires a precise wedge shot but should lead to a birdie putt if handled well.

Hole 4

A short iron to this par 3 with water protecting left and long of the green.

Hole 5

A creek splits this fairway.  The safe play it at the 150 marker.

Hole 6

A short drivable par 4 with a blind tee shot.  Second shot plays downhill to a green that slopes front to back.

Hole 7

A downhill par 3 with a creek protecting short and out of bounds protecting left.  With a south wind this hole can play difficult.

Hole 8

a longer par 4 with more room left off the tee than it appears.  Into a prevailing south wind 2nd shot typically plays longer than the yardage.

Hole 9

A par 5 with a great opportunity to end the front with a better than par score.