Hole 1 – Par 3
You need to factor in the wind and the uphill climb before pulling out your club on this first hole.
Hole 2 – Par 5
This is the longest hole in the course, over 500 yards from the men’s tees.
In the first half, the ball will roll dramatically to the right, so aim for the left hand side of the fairway.
Stay short of the pin on your approach as the green rolls downward towards the fairway.
Hole 3 – Par 3
This is the longest green on the course, so check the pin placement before selecting a club.
Hole 4 – Par 4
This is the No. 1 handicap hole because it is very difficult to make the green in two and very easy to go out of bounds.
Tee shot needs to be on the left side of the fairway to avoid the tree on your approach.
But not too far left as there is water along the left hand side. Green slopes right to left.
Hole 5 – Par 3
This is a tough shot. Aim for front center of the green to avoid down hill putt.
Hole 6 – Par 4
Widest fairway on the course. Aim right and let it rip.
Again, stay short of the pin to avoid steep downhill putt.
Hole 7 – Par 3
The handicap for this hole is deceiving.
This Par 3 can be a challenge, especially if the trees haven’t been trimmed in a while.
Green slopes left and forward.
Hole 8 – Par 4
A great hole to birdie. Green is relatively flat until the back where there is a very steep drop off.
Hole 9 – Par 5
On you second shot, be aware of water ahead – about 85 yards in front of the gree. Laying up is often the wisest choice. You want to approach green from the left hand side of the fairway to avoid the tree.