The 18-Hole Championship course is demanding, but spectacular with its rolling terrain, numerous large trees and rocky creeks. A wide variety of shots are required of its players.
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A dogleg left Par 5 measuring 538 yards. The fairway slopes right and begs for a big drive. Just be careful if you go for the green in two.
A challenging Par 3 where the tees sit 50 ft. above the green. Windy conditions can make club selection tricky. Miss long and you will find the creek running along the back.
The monster hole. Usually played into south winds , this hole has moguls down the left side, with a wide fairway sloping left to right. Out of bounds, down each side, and, a bunker protecting the right front of the green, with back right pin placement, all who make Par feel like it’s a Birdie.
To find the center of the fairway on this challenging dogleg right, requires a perfectly placed tee shot. From the back tees, it plays a deceivingly long 417 yards with several moguls down the left side and a group of trees on the right at the dogleg. The 2nd shot to the green from 150-120 could be a downhill lie. Don’t miss the shot to the right of the green or you will be wet.
From the back tee, this hole will be a true test for even the big hitters. A slightly uphill shot of 587 yards straight out of the south makes Par here an outstanding score. The green is trapped front right and left. Pin placement could provide a tricky approach also.
Several trees guard this Par 3 and come into play when the pin is on the right one-third of the green. A large sand trap guards the left front. Birdie is possible.
Risk Reward: An elevated tee flanked on the left by a beautiful lake with several moguls all the way down the left side. This short Par 4 dogleg left is reachable from the tee. You could be putting for a deuce (eagle) , but the ideal tee shot would remove most of the risk by aiming straight at the large sand trap with slight right to left ball flight, 220-240 right down the middle. This will leave short iron to a two-tiered green protected on the left by a sand trap.
Water 400+ yards all the way down the right side following the fairway, dogleg right. Keeping the ball dry on this hole will be the key to making a good score. Hitting from a slightly elevated tee makes this a very beautiful hole. Keeping the ball on the cart path side of the fairway will give the best result.
Big dogleg right. Aim at the left corner of the magnificent clubhouse, if you dare cut across the large lake. Or, take the more sure shot right center of the fairway. Watch out for a large sand trap guarding the left of this beautiful green.
The toughest hole on the course. Teeing between some of the plentiful trees and coming out of a shoot, you will want to hit one of your best drives here. White rock beds line the right side, the green slopes severely left to right and a sand trap protects the right side. Par here is like a birdie.
What a Beauty! Large trees guard the entire right side of this short dogleg. Position is key for an open second shot to approach the 60 foot elevation drop in front of the green.
“The Creek.” Out of bounds to the left, plus the creek, with prevailing winds, make this medium length Par 4 very challenging. You must cross the creek twice on this fairway.
Hitting to the slightly elevated green protected both right and left by large trees, makes this play a little longer than it appears. Also, a bunker behind the green of this wide target present a deceiving shot.
Playing uphill and into prevailing south winds makes this hole play much longer than represented on the score card. Lateral hazard runs all the way up the left side, and large trees guard the right side of the fairway. With a severely sloping green, its best to putt from below the hole.
One of the widest fairways on the course with moguls bordering both sides makes this a true driving experience into prevailing south winds. Two large sand traps guard the front of the severely sloping green from right to left. A putting challenge.
A downhill that could be reachable by some players in two, providing the tee shot is kept in the fairway. Large trees on a severely sloping fairway demand precise accuracy off the tee. A 60 ft. elevation drop down to the green makes a spectacular view. The green is guarded by a creek on the back, left and front and will come into play if your shot misses the green.
Another spectacular elevation drop that can play as much as 219 yds. or as short as 97 yds. with 5 tiered tee boxes. Sand traps protect the front right and left of this green.
What a great finishing hole! From the back tees, 538 yds. Straight into prevailing south winds. To just reach the elevated fairway, the tee shot has to carry a water hazard, plus, be hit straight as an arrow a minimum of 230 yards. The challenging green slopes front to back and is surrounded by large trees and guarded in front and to the right by a sand trap.
Tees Total Yardage Course Rating/Slope
Black (Championship) 6982 75.0 / 140
Blue (Mens) 6613 73.2 / 130
White (Mens) 6231 70.4 / 127
Gold (Seniors) 5549 68.0/120
Gold (Seniors) 5549 68.0/120