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Front Nine

Hole 1

Playing Tip

A good starting hole that is best played to the left center of the fairway from the tee. If the pin is on the top tier be sure to hit enough club to carry the ball up there. Any approach shot hitting the front of this green is likely to spin all the way to the collar of the green.

Hole 2

Playing Tip

This short par 5 is reachable in two for the long hitters. Beware of the hidden bunker guarding the front of the green if you decide to go for it. There is a generous lay up area for those who are not so brave.

Hole 3

Playing Tip

The most demanding par 3 on the course is surrounded by native grasses and guarded on the left side by a tree and a bunker. A shot to the center of the green here is a good shot.

Hole 4

Playing Tip

Don’t let this short par 4 fool you. A driver from the tee is too much for most players. With out of bounds left and behind, native grass right and a dry lake at the end of the fairway and accurate tee shot best played to the right center of the fairway is a must.

Hole 5

Playing Tip

This uphill par four has a very generous fairway to hit. The green is guarded in front by a bunker so be sure to hit enough club on your approach.

Hole 6

Playing Tip

This is another par 4 that can get you in trouble if you are not accurate from the tee. Native grass lines the entire right side of this hole. Two well placed bunkers at the end of the left side and right side of the fairway will make the long hitters think about leaving the driver in the bag here.

Hole 7

Playing Tip

This slightly uphill par 3 can be tricky if the wind is swirling in this corner. Bunkers left, right and behind can punish you if you miss the green. Beware of the out of bounds left also.

Hole 8

Playing Tip

With a tee shot playing out of the trees, this is another reachable par 5 for the long hitters, but watch out for the out of bounds left and behind and the lake right. Anything over this green is likely out of bounds so be careful with the club selection.

Hole 9

Playing Tip

Finishing up the front nine is a nice, slightly dogleg right par 4. An ideal tee shot will be to the right center of the fairway. Drives hit to the left side can kick left into the rough or the native grass. The green is surrounded by native grass and protected by a bunker front left.