An extremely difficult starting hole, the par-4, 347 yard hole requires a precise tee shot to the crest of the hill just short of the creek followed by a second shot to an elevated green
An elevated tee overlooks this picturesque 162 yard, par-3 hole that features a severly sloped putting surface.
The tee shot on this par-4, 396 yard hole should be played left to right with any shot over the green creating a challenge to save par.
At 382 yards, this par-4 offers a good birdie opportunity for the long hitters but the second shot should be kept below the hole.
A dogleg right, this par-4, 401 yard hole challenges players to take a short cut over the corner leaving a short iron to the green that is well-guarded by a large bunker
This extremely tight 170 yard par-3 has a bowl-shaped green protected by bunkers, woods and a deep ravine.
At 575 yards, this par-5 is the longest hole on the course and requires a left-to-right tee shot to a narrow landing area.
At 132 yards, this is the shortest of the three par-3 holes on the back nine and features a green with a variety of difficult pin locations.
This is the signature hole. A relatively short par four from an elevated tee to a fairway, sloping to a creek that winds its way up the entire left side of the fairway. A large bunker guards the right side of the fairway with out-of-bounds designation down the entire right side. Club selection is extremely important for the second shot, as players can only see a small portion of the green. Any shot played from over this green is very difficult and will most likely produce a bogey five.
A relatively short par four. This tee shot is the most critical part of this hole as the landing area boasts two large bunkers left and right. A solid tee shot will leave players with a short iron to a large green, again bunkered left and right. This hole should produce several birdie opportunities.
At 407 yards, this is one of the longest par-4's on the course with a blind tee shot to an elevated fairway with out-of-bounds down the entire right side.
This is the most difficult hole players face. An extremely long par four, a tee shot to the left side of the fairway is a must. There is out-of-bounds down the entire right side. An approach shot from the right side is guarded by a small creek at the bottom of a steep slope that runs along the left side of the green.
A short par four with a slight dogleg left. A tee shot to the right side of the fairway will set up the best angle of the green. The double tiered green is well bunkered front and back. The second shot should be played with a short iron and is very deceptive, depending on the pin position. This hole should offer excellent birdie opportunities.
As the longest par-3 on the course at 195 yards, most players will hit long irons to the green which can be a diffuicult two-putt depending on the pin location.
At 399 yards, this par-4 is a good driving hole with a deep ravine and woods to the right but any tee shot in the fairway leaves players with a short or medium iron shot to a relatively flat green.
Again, an excellent driving hole. The green opens from the left side of the fairway, with a large fairway bunker. The tall trees that guard the approach from the right are very difficult to carry. The second shot is downhill to a partially blind green, guarded by greenside bunkers left and right. As on the previous six holes, out-of-bounds runs the entire right side of this hole and wraps around behind the green.
A relatively short par five, this hole will afford players an excellent chance for birdie. The long hitters have an opportunity to reach this green in two, but will require two perfect shots. The fairway meanders between a large bunker on the left and a series of large mounds on the right. The approach to this green is well guarded by a large bunker on the right and bunkers on the left and rear. This green has several tricky pin positions.
This is a great finishing hole. It is truly a three-shot par five. A dogleg left, players must guard against cutting off too much of the dogleg due to trees which guard the left side of the landing area. The right side of the landing area is protected by two large fairway bunkers. The second shot is critical; players must carry their shot to the second plateau. Any shot trapped on the small hill between the first and second plateau creates a difficult third shot to a well bunkered green.