Golf Course Tour
No. 1 is a tricky dog leg 375-yard par four which requires accuracy on the drive. Keep to the right to avoid the water carry to the green.
No. 3 is a lengthy 417-yard par four, requiring two solid shots to reach the green in regulation. This slight dog leg left puts a premium on hiting the driver long and accurate.
No. 4 is a long 224-yard par three with out of bounds on the right. Hitting a long iron well will pay off on this hole. To make things even more difficult, the green slopes from the front to the back.
No. 5 is the easiest hole to score on because of its limited length. Play this hole smart. Underestimating this short hole will yield a high scores.
No. 6, a 361-yard par four may not be long, but can be a slicers’ nightmare with large trees guarding the dog leg right.
No. 8 is a 502-yard par five with the key avoiding the out-of-bounds and the creek 50 yards from the green.
No. 9, the signature hole at 364-yards, requires courage off the tee with a 150-yard pond and a water hazard that borders the fairway’s right side.