A 355 yard Par 4 with a slight dogleg to the right. A fade is the ideal shot, you could easily find yourself in the trees on the left if you hit a long straight tee shot or draw. There is a 150 yard approach shot to #1 green. This green has a ridge in the middle that divides the green into two levels. Today, the #1 pin is located on the front lef
A 204 yard Par 3 guarded by a trap on the left side. The green is relatively flat and firm
A 506 yard Par 5 that doglegs to the left. A draw is a must if you intend to reach the green in two. Many players tee off with a fairway wood or long iron to keep the ball from running into #4 fairway. It is a 150 yard approach to #3 green. The green is guarded by a grass bunker on each side. It also tilts from back to front and has three levels.
A 420 yard Par 4 with a very slight dogleg to the right and is rated as the hardest hole on the course. The trees on the right could come into play if your natural ball flight is right to left. The 150 yard approach to #4 green is slightly downhill. The left side of the green is relatively flat, and the right side slightly tilts from back to front into a little bowl.
A 206 yard Par 3. The green is raised slightly and has a couple of humps in front that can kick the ball in almost any direction. You do not want to be long on this hole.
A 292 yard Par 4 with a slight dogleg to the right. The ideal drive would be just to the left of the tee you see in the middle of the chute with a fade. Trees do come into play if the ball fades too much. A middle long iron is the safe tee shot.
A 322 yard Par 4 and is a fun hole to play. The tee shoot is slightly up hill. Depending on distance, if your tee shot is on the left side of the fairway you have to contend with the big oak on your approach shot. Tee shots to the right side of the fairway brings oaks into play that guard the front right side of the green. Tee shots that hit just right of the big oak will run downhill toward the green. There are two ridges that run across this green from left to right. The ridges flatten out as they run to the right but cause major putting problems when the pin is located on the left side of the green.
A 207 yard Par 3 that plays to a two tiered green with the right side having the highest tier.
A 451 yard Par 5 that doglegs to the left. Cutting the corner with a high draw is the ideal tee shot, however, there is a risk of getting caught up in the trees. The 150 yard approach shot to #9 green is up hill to a green that is protected by sand traps on both sides. The green is flat on the back but the middle tilts toward the front.
A 367 yard Par 4, with mounds around the #10 green there are virtually no straight putts.
A short 152 yard Par 3 is not as easy as one might think. The green is surrounded by mounds and tilts severely from back to front. The key to a good score is to keep your ball below the hole. All chip shots are going to run to the front of the green. Anything long bring bogey into play.
A 355 yard downhill Par 4. Water comes into play so drivers are very seldom used on this hole. With a 150 yard approach shot to #12 green, a shot too long will most likely end up in the trees with an unplayable lie.
A 566 yard Par 5, the tee shot is up hill and typically plays into the wind. Even though the hole appears to be straight from the tee there is a slight dogleg to the right.
A 392 yard Par 4, a tee shot over the limb that sticks out would be ideal if you can carry the water or a power fade starting the ball left of the limb. A straight shot could possibly run through the fairway and go out of bounds. A 150 yard approach to the #14 green, a short shot and right could roll back into the water.
A 184 Par 3, this green tilts from back to front and therefore long is not a good place to be. This green also sits up a little, making chipping a little more difficult particularly on the right side of the green.
A 393 yard Par 4 with options off the tee. This hole has two fairways. If you play the hole straight away it is drivable, if you can carry the water. If you elect to play the right fairway you must hit a good tee shot to keep the trees between the two fairways from coming into play. With a 150 yard approach shot to #16 green from the right fairway, the green is relatively flat but sand traps do come into play from this angle.
A 301 yard Par 4, a long hitters delight. This hole has yielded several hole-in-ones. There is a small pond that could come into play on the right side if a tee ball is miss hit.
A 407 yard Par 4 with a slight dogleg to the right. With a 150 yard approach shot #18 green which tilts from back to front and right to left. This is another hole in which you want to be below the hole.