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Hole-By-Hole Tips

Beginning just a few steps from the Clubhouse, the opening hole, a short par 4, presents a wide fairway and a short approach into a large, back-to-front sloping green. The safest way to start your round is to hit your tee shot to the 100-yard marker. If you get too aggressive with your tee shot, the fairway bunkers could come into play in a hurry and leave you with a very difficult second shot!
This long par 4 requires an accurate tee shot in order to reach the green in two. Flat lies are hard to come by as this very undulating fairway can make approach shots quite tricky.
The longest Par 3 on the golf course also requires deadly accuracy. Although the green is very long, it is very narrow with treacherous hazards on either side. Club selection is key while hitting into this green that measures over 50 yards in depth.
This dogleg left allows you to lay-up near the 150-yard marker in the right-center of the fairway or you may choose to cut the corner and take it up and over the prominent tree located on the left side of the fairway. Reaching this short Par 4 in two shots is a must as an automatic two-putt is not.
Turning north, our very own “road hole” offers out-of-bounds all the way down the left side. If you manage to miss the fairway bunkers on the right, you may have a choice to go for the green in two. Be wary of your lay-up as you do not want to leave it short behind one of the clubs largest trees on the left of the fairway at the 100-yard marker.
The second of back-to-back Par 5s, this is the longest hole on the entire golf course. There is a very wide landing area for tee-shots, but longer hitters may find the fairway bunker. Do not be surprised if you find your ball on an uneven lie in this fairway. The green is often referred to as an “upside-down bowl” and is not the most receptive green regardless of what distance you have left for your approach.
Carved out of the woods, this picturesque Par 3 has “par” written all over it, but do not take the two large, green-side bunkers too lightly. The amount of wind can easily be underestimated when you stand sheltered at the teeing ground.
One of the most demanding tee shots on the golf course. Trouble to the left and the sloping left to right fairway leads many balls directly into a large pond on the right. Use the fairway bunkers up on the left as your target when shaking over this tee shot!
The final hole of the front-nine is a long Par 4. Favoring the left-center of this fairway will get you in position for a better approach to this two-tiered green. Out of bounds runs down the entire right-hand side of this great hole. Enjoy one of the nicest walks from tee to green before you take “the turn” to the back-nine.
A well place tee shot on this medium-length Par 5 can land you in position to attack this hole in two. The tenth hole allows you a great opportunity at birdie and to get your back nine started off right.
The 11th hole is our “Signature Hole” and one of the most scenic on the entire golf course. Though short, it is protected by a large pond on the left-hand side that can be easily reached from the tee. The undulating green is well protected by bunkers and back dropped by large willow trees.
Though the shortest hole on the course offers the chance to score low, a small back-to-front sloping, green and semi-encircling pond make this Par 3 an exciting challenge.
Enjoy the view from the elevated tee on this more-severe dogleg left. Big-hitters have a chance to cut the corner, but otherwise prepare for a three-shot Par 5 into a large, undulating green guarded by bunkers at the front.
The 14th hole is the one of the longest Par 4s on the course. Wooded areas down both sides of the fairway make for interesting shot-making into a large, deceptively flat green. Par on this hole is a great score!
The 15th hole commences after crossing the road for the last time in your round. This Par 4 dogleg left requires an exceptionally well-placed tee shot into a very undulating fairway. Flying your second shot to this hidden green can often require a ½ club more than you may think.
Keeping the streak of one of the best finishing stretches in golf, the Par 4 16th hole does not disappoint. A difficult left-to-right sloping fairway that is tree lined on both sides, places a premium on the center of the fairway. Be sure to note the pin position on this green, before playing your second shot to the large front-to-back sloping green.
The last Par 3 on the course requires an accurate tee-shot in order to keep your round intact. Tee-shots missing either right or left will leave you with an extremely difficult second shot and often take par out of the equation.
The beautiful 18th hole is one of the best on the course. This shorter Par 4 leaves you with a great chance to score with a well-placed tee shot and approach. The undulating green at the 18th is back dropped by numerous clubhouse windows and it is not uncommon for applause to be heard from spectators enjoying the great views.