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Hole 1 | 430 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 8
An inviting and strong opening hole. The large undulating, multilevel green makes placement of the second shot critical to making par. Well bunkered left and right.
Hole 2 | 157 yards | Par 3 | Handicap: 16
An uphill hole that plays longer than indicated on the card. Take one extra club off the tee and try to stay south of the flag. A very difficult, unforgiving back to front sloping green.
Hole 3 | 391 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 10
This slight dogleg left requires a center to left side of fairway tee shot for best approach to the green. Beware the left side of the fairway is well protected by a large bunker and mounding. A green side bunker protects pin placement on the right side of green.
Hole 4 | 359 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 14
A fairly short hole with a slight dogleg left. Drive to the center - right for best approach to green. A short iron will bring it home. A horizontal swale bisects the green in addition to many subtle breaks, making birdie opportunities difficult.
Hole 5 | 403 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 4
A straightaway hole requiring a long drive to the center - left fairway. The double level green is well bunkered. One extra club is needed for a deep pin placement. A very difficult green when putting back to front.
Hole 6 | 401 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 6
A drive to the top of the slope makes the green visible and reachable for the next shot. The green is protected by multiple bunkers on the left and one to the right. Slopes and curves create many excellent pin placement opportunities and can be exceptionally tricky to read.
Hole 7 | 421 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 2
A down the middle drive is key to setting up the second shot into a two tiered green, with the lower level on the left side. A long extended bunker guards the approach to the green to the right. Keeping the ball on the same level as the pin dramatically reduces putting difficulty.
Hole 8 | 348 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 12
An extended bunker left of the fairway and a line of trees protecting the right side makes it important to drive to the center. Any second shot from the right must carry a cavernous front right bunker to hit the green.
Hole 9 | 178 yards | Par 3 | Handicap: 18
Accuracy and club selection are the keys here. A massively elevated tee looks down on a multi-level green complex surrounded by five bunkers. An extremely difficult green makes most putts challenging.
Hole 10 | 507 yards | Par 5 | Handicap: 11
A straightaway hole reachable in two by long hitters. A pot bunker in the middle of the fairway 60 yards short of the green makes the second shot club selection critical. Birdie possibility with a relatively large flat green.
Hole 11 | 424 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 1
This signature hole is the most challenging on the course and carries the number 1 handicap rating. A sharp dogleg up the hill makes the tee shot placement critical for a blind second shot to the largest green on the course. Don’t be surprised to three putt.
Hole 12 | 187 yards | Par 3 | Handicap: 17
The only hole on the course with a water hazard in play. The green is protected by a pond which runs across the front and up the left side. The right side is bunkered. The green slopes steeply from back to front. Downhill and cross-green putting are extremely treacherous.
Hole 13 | 377 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 3
Uphill from tee to green and plays much longer than the card indicates. A right-side drive up the fairway sets up the proper approach to a radically sloping false front green complex. The green is well bunkered left and right. A missed second shot to the left can result in an easy bogie or worse.
Hole 14 | 454 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 5
A straight drive gives the the player a choice of laying up or going for the green. Longer hitters usually reach in two. Beware of well placed bunkers along the right side. A large back to front sloping green is well bunkered.
Hole 15 | 382 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 13
A demanding, underrated hole. A straight drive is a must to set up the second shot to a green complex that is comprised of moguls and five bunkers surrounding the green. Another difficult green awaits many quality pin placements.
Hole 16 | 395 yards | Par 4 | Handicap: 9
Placement of the drive is the most important part of playing this downhill dogleg right hole. Typically the second shot is blind to a sharply downhill green which slopes severely from back to front. Cross green putts are incredibly challenging.
Hole 17 | 171 yards | Par 3 | Handicap: 15
A very spacious green and well bunkered on three sides and a hillside of fescue on the left. It is important to place the tee shot on the proper level depending on pin placement if par is to be made. A back to front severely sloped green makes downhill putts problematic.
Hole 18 | 575 yards | Par 5 | Handicap: 7
A picture perfect signature finishing hole back to the historic clubhouse. Three solid shots are required to reach the green in regulation for all but a few. Usually plays into a prevailing wind. Bunkers on the left and right make a straight tee shot important. A large green slopes from left to right and back to front allowing for a wide choice of difficult pin placements and more difficult putts.