A fairly straight forward par 5, designed to get your round going. A good tee shot favoring the right side is a must, leaving either a lay up to a tight landing area, or if you want to “go for it” a good approach apron will receive a well struck shot into the green. Bunkers guard left and right, with water behind the green.
A beautiful par 3 with water down the entire left side, including a left green side bunker. Pick a palm tree for your target to the middle of the green and you will have a birdie putt.
This is a dogleg left par 4. While there is a generous landing area for your tee shot, a pushed tee shot can find a water hazard, while a pulled tee shot can be lost in the woods. Your approach is into a back to front sloping green, guarded on the right by a bunker. Be very careful to not go over this green.
Another dogleg left par 4. A well placed draw with your driver is perfect, but a hybrid or fairway wood to the right side is recommended , leaving an uphill approach to a front to back sloping green, guarded on the right by 2 bunkers.
This is a moderate length par 4, with a left side fairway bunker you want to avoid. Your approach is into a gently sloping back to front green, guarded by a left green side bunker and a front right bunker. Could be a birdie hole with a well placed tee shot.
This par 4 has left side trees lining the fairway with out of bounds just behind them. Your tee shot lands to a fairway sloping in from both sides leaving a short iron into an undulating green guarded front left by a beautiful Oak tree, and front right by a bunker.
A gorgeous fairly docile par 3 with a bunker guarding the front left. This can definitely be a birdie hole if you don’t pull your tee shot left.
This par 4 is a moderate dogleg left with a premium on a well placed tee shot. Water and trees down the left side off the tee, but a big ball right to avoid them may find water. Conservative off the tee is in order on this hole. The green is quite receptive with back bunkers left and right.
This might be the most challenging par 5 in the county. Place a 200 yard tee shot to the left side of the landing area to avoid being blocked by several Oak trees on the right. This leaves a clear opening for your second shot, a lay up for most, but beware of the creek running thru the fairway and don’t push it right or you will be blocked by more trees for your third shot into a very small front sloping green. A great hole that makes you earn your keep.
A par 4 dogleg left with tall pines as your backdrop off the tee. Miss the left corner trees and you will have a mid to short iron into a green guarded by front left and right bunkers.
A lengthy par 5 with water down the left from the landing area all the way up to a left greenside bunker. Tee shots pushed to the right could find some fairway bunkers making a layup a must even for the big ball hitters. A small lake on the right before the green shouldn’t come into play, but going long on your approach might find a large lake behind a back to front sloping green. Eagles are doubtful, but birdies are possible here.
This par 4 offers a generous landing area, using the big flag pole in the distance as your target off the tee. Water and several trees make the left side tee shot no bargain. The green is very receptive, guarded on the front left side by a large bunker.
This par 4 is pretty straight away, with a generous landing area off the tee. The fairway bunkers to the left and right shouldn’t be in play except for the big hitters, and the gentle sloping green is receptive, provided you don’t hit into the two front left bunkers. Another birdie hole? Maybe…
This beautiful par 3 is over water to a moderately flat green guarded right and back left by bunkers. Excellent birdie chances with a well placed tee shot.
A lengthy par 5 with fairway bunkers left and right. Miss them and you have a green light to either lay up to a generous landing area or go for the green. Water lines the far left fairway, reaching in slightly at the left side lay up area. The slightly sloping flat green is guarded left, back and right by bunkers.
This is a great par 4. Driver is optional, fairway wood is advised, leaving a short iron into a green guarded with bunkers on the right, back and left. Birdie hole.
A stunning par 3 where club selection is a must. The green is multi-tiered and guarded left and front right by bunkers. A truly beautiful hole indeed.
This par 4 requires a very straight tee shot to avoid fairway bunkers left and right, leaving a mid iron into a back to front sloping green guarded left and right by bunkers. Don’t pull your second shot left into the greenside lake, or push it right into the bunker.