Hole Description 1-9
To carry the top of the hill from the back tees is 240 yds that leaves you only 220 yards left to this shorter than advertised par 5. Hitting your second or third shot from the 150 yard marker requires one extra club because of the elevated green.
On your tee shot, if you can’t drive to the top of the hill, lay up short of the hill for a level lie on your second shot. Out of bounds on the left and trees line the fairway on the right. Accuracy is key with your tee shot.
Miss this fairway and you may be playing your second shot behind a tree on both the left and right sides of the fairway. An elevated green that has a false front.
Playing an iron from this tee box is the way to go. Hit it 175 yards off the tee and if you miss it, miss it left because trees line the right side and a creek comes half way out into the fairway. The second shot into the green demands one more club with 30 feet of elevation above the fairway.
Your tee shot begins 30 feet below the green surface and missing it left is going to be tough to get up and down. Take one extra club and if you miss, miss it right.
A straight forward tee shot will get you into great position to a relatively flat green, one of four greens that are not on an elevation.
With out of bounds left and trees right an iron may be the play off this tee. This longest hole on the course, a par 5, demands a second shot to be laid up because of the ravine that runs through the fairway right in front of the green back to 80 yards out. A three shot hole to get home keeps you from getting in trouble.
The shoot, describes this par 4 the best. Trees line the tee box left and right and require an accurate drive. For the longer hitters hitting three wood to the bottom of the hill about 150 out ensures that you won’t be playing your second shot off the side of the hill in the fairway.
This tricky par 3 has claimed many putting victims. The green slopes severely from back to front, a tee shot beyond the pin and you will face a three putt. Leaving it short and taking par is gaining a stroke on the field.