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Lay up to your preferred wedge yardage for a comfortable approach shot on this short par 4. There is out of bounds behind the green to keep in consideration.
Use an iron to hit to the top of the hill if you aren’t comfortable with your ability to clear the valley. This will leave you around 165 to the green without having to hit on the slope.
This is the shortest part 5 on the course. Play your second shot to the front of the green to avoid being long and out of bounds.
Play your tee shot to the left center of the fairway to avoid rolling too far right and under the trees from the slope of the hole. Aim your approach to the middle of the green, regardless of pin placement because it is the only flat area for landing.
Enjoy this picturesque hole and play the club most likely to leave you at the center of the green to avoid bunkers and water.
This is a tough driving hole with a narrow fairway. The rough on the right is very playable and better than an out of bounds to the left.
Play your approach shot to the left center of the green to avoid the false front and sloped right edge.
This seemingly easy short par three can be harder than it looks and tends to play a little long. There is a ridge that runs the width of the green.
The dogleg hole requires a well placed tee shot to avoid running through the fairway to the right. The green can be a little firmer than the others on the course.
This par 5 is a great risk-reward hole and with a good drive you have the opportunity to reach the green in two. Be mindful of ponds to the left and right and out of bounds left of the green.
Consider using half a club more on this short par 3. This hole tends to play into the wind and has a sloped green from back to front.
Try to find the fairway for a good birdie opportunity. Women have a great yardage advantage and a good drive can leave a wedge or chip shot onto the green.
Play your tee shot to the right side of the fairway to avoid having no shot in from the trees that guard the green to the left. This green is divided front and back by a large ridge that runs through the center.
This is the longest par 3 on the course and can be a difficult tee shot for all. Play to the center of the green and two putt for par.
A driver is not required on this hole. Try to leave your tee shot short of the mound and hit a wedge to the green.
Hit a tee shot that will leave you to a comfortable yardage into the green. The very narrow green is guarded by a long bunker in the front.
This sharp dogleg left requires a good tee shot straight away to have a second shot into the green. Play short of the yardage on your approach because the fairway slopes to the hole and the green slopes from front to back. At their own risk, big hitters can cut the corner with a tee shot that carries 275 yards.
This rolling par 5 requires great accuracy to find the green in regulation. The green has two very distinct tiers, which makes play significantly more difficult.