Par 4: This hole was shortened when the back nine was redesigned several years ago. Although the hole only plays around 3oo yards, there are trees on both sides of the fairway that require an accurate tee shot. The second shot is usually short but the green is small, and if you go long there is a creek behind the green that will penalize you.
Par4: This is a very long starting hole, but wide open off the tee. It has an average-sized green, but there is a lot of contour, making it tricky around the green.
Par 5: This par 5 is reachable in two but you need to be careful of the forest as the hole doglegs to the left. Another tricky green, you need a good short game here.
Par 4: A dogleg right with a forest right and trees and out of bounds left, this hole requires an accurate tee shot. A short second shot makes this hole very playable.
Par 3: This hole plays relatively short but there is a water hazard short, and the green can have some severe breaks.
Par 5: This par 5 usually requires three very good shots. There is a creek up the entire right side, and the rough can make it difficult. The green is large with some tricky breaks.
Par 4: This is a short hole with trees right and out of bounds left but it is fairly open. Most of your concentration should be around the green.
Par 4: Another straight away hole coming back with trees right and out of bounds left, but still fairly open tee shot.
Par 3: One of the most difficult holes on the course. The hole can play just over 200 yards with a creek up the right side, trees left and a tree guarding the left side of the green. The green is very deep and can have some severe breaks.
Par 4: A tee shot toward the right side of the fairway is ideal; there are trees and out of bounds left. The green on the closing hole can be very difficult with some severe breaks.