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Hole 1

 

A simple 3 wood or long iron is all that’s needed off this tee. Play down the right hand side, as the fairway slopes left. Aggressive players may try and cut the hazard to get closer to the green. Best play: keep it in the fairway and avoid a big number right away.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
1 4 11 287 327 344 364

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Hole 2

 

A tee shot down the right hand side of the fairway will shorten this par 5. A tee shot too far right will bring in the trees on the right hand side of the rough into play. The shot into the green makes this hole, as the green slopes generously from right to left. Although it may not look it, this hole plays up hill all the way.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
2 5 7 404 477 500 542

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Hole 3

 

Play the tee shot down the left hand side of the fairway and let the slope of the fairway bring it back right and downhill. Shot into this green plays a little longer. Keep the ball below the pin.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
3 4 5 308 349 370 402

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Hole 4

 

Tee shot to the middle of the fairway will leave you a fairly simple shot into the green. Long green makes club selection into green crucial.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
4 4 17 313 370 382 407

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Hole 5

 

The best way to get close to this green is to come in from the opposite side of the fairway that the pin is located. The bunker in front of the green is a great challenge for a front pin placement.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
5 4 15 258 316 334 360

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Hole 6

 

Downhill par three plays shorter than distance. Backdrop of green allows the chance for the ball to roll back onto green. Avoid going left of green.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
6 3 13 111 137 164 217

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Hole 7

 

Dogleg right with water. Avoiding the water down the left side of the hole makes for a less intimidating second shot, but longer. Make sure you take enough club to the green as shots falling short of the green may roll back into water hazard.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
7 4 1 342 398 410 432

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Hole 8

 

A long par 3, ranging from 192 to 245 yards! Bunkers and grass bunkers make this a crucial par three to keep it straight. Long, narrow green could make for some long distance putts.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
8 3 3 150 192 223 245

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Hole 9

 

This slight dogleg par 5 can be reached in two. Those attempting to reach in two must avoid water left and right, and thick fescue on the backside of the green.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
9 5 9 425 474 488 502

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Hole 10

 

At close to 600 yards, this uphill par 5 is a three shot hole. Avoid the right side off the tee as natural grass areas prevail. Semi-blind shot into a two tiered green makes club selection important to this green. Bunker on left side of green makes the right side the area to miss to.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
10 5 6 477 561 608 616

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Hole 11

 

Fantastic par 3 from an elevated tee shot with trees and hazards on both sides. You are much better off missing short than long as this green slopes from back to front.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
11 3 10 110 184 184 184

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Hole 12

 

Mid-length par 4 with the emphasis on the tee shot. Water hazards on both right and left hand side of the hole. Don’t get greedy with the tee shot.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
12 4 12 276 342 354 375

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Hole 13

 

Best play off the tee is to get the ball to the 100 yard marker. Second shot is uphill with a bunker short and hazard long. Take enough club on second shot to get up and on the green.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
13 4 18 250 302 320 341

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Hole 14

 

Intimidating tee shot from this elevated tee with water hazards on both sides of the fairway. The hole is long enough where driver is needed. A two tiered green awaits, make sure your shot gets to the proper tier for an easier putt.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
14 4 4 277 385 390 405

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Hole 15

 

Place tee shot right-center of the fairway. Water hazard on the left is somewhat hidden from the tee. Hole is short enough where a fairway wood or long iron is a good choice off the tee.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
15 4 16 304 318 345 363

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Hole 16

 

Great risk-reward tee shot. Cutting the corner makes for a shorter shot to this green, but the fairway runs to a hazard. Big hitters may try to take their tee shot over the water on a direct line towards the green, with natural grass areas just short of the green. Best play is to aim just right of the hill that defines this dogleg left.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
16 4 8 332 383 416 432

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Hole 17

 

Short downhill par 3 through trees. Green will collect many shots to the back left portion. If the pin is back left, aim tee shot to right side of green and let the contour bring the ball to the pin. The bunker left of the green collects many tee shots.

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
17 3 14 110 139 158 170

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Hole 18

 

Long, downhill par 5 with a generous fairway. Play tee shot down the left hand side towards the bunker and let the slope of the fairway carry the ball back. Some may try and reach this in two, however the shot is all carry over the hazard to the green. A mid to short iron second shot will leave you with roughly 130 to 150 yard shot left into this long and narrow green. This third shot is all carry, make sure you take enough club!

Hole Par Hdcp Red White Blue Black
18 4 2 464 548 565 594