Course

# 1 / Hole #1

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 400

Gold 359

Green 302

White 378

Pro Tips

Slightly downhill dog leg right par 4 with bunkers guarding the right and left side of the green. Favor the right side off the tee so you don;t have tree trouble on your approach shot.

# 2 / Hole #2

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 530

Gold 404

Green 399

White 516

Pro Tips

Dog leg left Par 5 where you want to stay right off the tee and on the second shot. Second shot layup to about 125 is the best play to the up hill approach shot.

# 3 / Hole #3

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 184

Gold 131

Green 131

White 152

Pro Tips

Heavily bunkered par 3 with a green that slopes severly from back to front. Take an extra club to for sure get over the bunkers.

# 4 / Hole #4

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 408

Gold 361

Green 290

White 373

Pro Tips

Longer hitters can let it rip and have less than 125 in, but for those average length players keep it left to have an open approach shot to this small green.

# 5 / Hole #5

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 388

Gold 298

Green 298

White 372

Pro Tips

Dog leg left par 4 with no room to miss left and only minimal room right. We have a small creek right that can grab a missed shot. Second shot plays uphil to this green that has a narrow opening.

# 6 / Hole #6

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 400

Gold 289

Green 289

White 384

Pro Tips

One of our tougher holes is this dog leg right uphill par 4. The second shot can play 2 clubs longer at times with this multiple tiered green.

# 7 / Hole #7

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 165

Gold 141

Green 141

White 156

Pro Tips

A straight forward par 3 the slopes from back left to front right. Miss right is a much easier up and in.

# 8 / Hole #8

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 538

Gold 398

Green 398

White 496

Pro Tips

This Par 5 has a blind second shot that will need a large draw to stay in a playable position. The green is neutral with bunkers both right and left.

# 9 / Hole #9

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 410

Gold 322

Green 270

White 367

Pro Tips

Dog leg left par 4 that plays a club uphill on the second shot. This green is the most severe sloping from left to right.

# 10 / Hole #10

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 350

Gold 320

Green 313

White 337

Pro Tips

A blind tee shot that needs to move left to right is needed off the tee. The second is slightly uphill to a sloped green.

# 11 / Hole #11

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 540

Gold 458

Green 451

White 519

Pro Tips

This elevated par 5 needs a straight tee ball and a second shot that position depends on pin location.

# 12 / Hole #12

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 385

Gold 355

Green 292

White 369

Pro Tips

This par 4 has a sloped fairway that will kick your tee shot right. Hopefully you won't play the tretourous back left pin location.

# 13 / Hole #13

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 200

Gold 161

Green 154

White 191

Pro Tips

This downhill par 3 plays 1-2 clubs short depending on wind. Be sure to get over the front bunker as many positions around the green allow for a relitively normal up and in.

# 14 / Hole #14

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 425

Gold 295

Green 295

White 376

Pro Tips

This long Par 4 should be played to the middle of the fairway and then to an uphill second shot. This green is extremely sloped with no easy putts to be had.

# 15 / Hole #15

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 423

Gold 320

Green 310

White 386

Pro Tips

This dog leg left needs a tee shot that leaves the 140-160 range into the tee. The green is heavily bunkered from the front.

# 16 / Hole #16

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Pro Tips

A uphill dog leg left can be unfriendly if you miss left. Missing right will bring trees into play. Second shot plays slightly long with a medium sloped green.

# 17 / Hole #17

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 192

Gold 152

Green 88

White 172

Pro Tips

This Par 3 plays a lot like an island green as you have no bail out. Commit to your yardage and aim for the left center of the green.

# 18 / Hole #18

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 491

Gold 462

Green 398

White 476

Pro Tips

Keep your drive down the right side of teh hole and then hit everything you have to get to the green. The right and left bunkers will swollow most balls with the narro front of the green opening.

# 19 / Hole #19

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 536

Gold 406

Green 395

White 504

Pro Tips

This dog leg right has many obstacles off the tee with OB and on the second shot with a well placed tree right of the fairway.

# 20 / Hole #20

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 181

Gold 131

Green 121

White 172

Pro Tips

The tee shot plays to the yardage and you want to stay below this severly sloped green.

# 21 / Hole #21

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 394

Gold 365

Green 275

White 379

Pro Tips

Play your tee shot slightly right inside the trees for the best result. Second shot can play slightly long with one of teh flatter greens we have.

# 22 / Hole #22

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 362

Gold 315

Green 265

White 333

Pro Tips

Hit a shot to be between 125-150 off this dogleg left tee. Make sure you do not go past middle green yardage or you will face an impossible up and down.

# 23 / Hole #23

Par: 4

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 367

Gold 333

Green 247

White 348

Pro Tips

Keep your tee shot right with a hard draw to get your best approach here. The green slopes back to front and has bunkers gurading the left and right.

# 24 / Hole #24

Par: 5

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 565

Gold 510

Green 247

White 531

Pro Tips

Our toughest hole does not have an easy shot. Keep your tee shot to teh right center of fairway and then peel your second off the left for what you hope is a 125-150 approach. The 3rd shot plays a club or 2 uphill to a very sloped green.

# 25 / Hole #25

Par: 3

Yardage by Tee:

Blue 164

Gold 130

Green 125

White 148

Pro Tips

This Par 3 plays the yardage and cant be missed short or right. The green is very small and missing left does not always get teh right kick needed to make the green.