#1 This 382 yard slight dogleg left par 4 requires a slight draw to set up your 2nd shot. The green slopes from back to front. Leave your approach shot below the hole.
#2 This is a slight dogleg right. At 336 yards, a tee shot, hit to the left side of the fairway, will allow for the best approach. Avoid the bunkers, both right and left, with your approach.
#3 Be aware of the pin position on this 176 yard, par 3 hole, as the green is 33 yards deep.
#4 This par 5 hole, at 512 yards, provides a landing area that is guarded by 2 fairway bunkers. The second shot will give you a view of the fairway below and the pine forest backdrop. A well placed 3rd shot should be below the hole.
#5 This newly redesigned 377 yard par 4 offers opportunity and challenge. Fit your tee shot between the new fairway bunkers and attack the pin with a wedge. Remember, this green slopes from back right to front left.
#6 This 441 yard, #1 handicap, par 4, dogleg left hole, features Out of Bounds along the left side and severely lipped bunkers at the dogleg. A draw down the right center will serve you well. Big hitters, aim over the right side of the fairway bunkers. A long, to mid iron must carry the front bunkers and be directed to the pin placement.
#7 This is long par 4 plays to a yardage of 414. A well struck drive down the left center is required to avoid the multiple fairway bunkers. Approach shots will to navigate 3 green side bunkers guarding the green. The green slopes from back left to front right.
#8 This picturesque 186 yard, par 3 hole, requires a forced carry over water or a well placed shot past the lateral water hazard on the right. A putt from above the hole could be costly.
#9 This is a par 5, 533 yard hole. This wide green is guarded by a water hazard and a beach bunker, making it difficult to reach this par 5 in two. The best strategy here is to lay up at the 100 yard marker, leaving a short approach.