A challenging hole to get your round started. A solid tee shot will leave you 160-200 yards into the green. Trouble looms along the left side and the green is most receptive when played from the right.
A beautiful uphill dog leg right. Direction off the tee is more important than distance. Keep the ball below the hole on your approach.
A driveable par 4. With its well guarded, undulating green, you will find plenty of challenge to this 264 yard hole.
A straight away par 5. The keys to this hole are to avoid the trees off the tee and respect the deep bunkering around the green. One of our largest greens…get your golf ball on the correct side of the swale.
Offers a tight driving hole and the challenge of a very undulating green. Avoid the left side and be sure to not be long over the green on any approach shot.
A mid length par 3. Best play is from left to right to avoid the front and right side bunkers. A tricky green will keep you on your toes.
A picturesque par 4 from the highest point on the golf course. Everything is right in front of you so hit it straight and keep your approach below the hole.
An uphill par 3 with a blind green. Any shot that is short will rarely bounce up and of course the right bunkers like to gobble up errant shots. Our most challenging par 3 green makes this hole all you want.
A wonderful dogleg left par 4. Shape your tee shot right to left and leave yourself a nice short iron to a receptive green.
Starts the back 9 off with plenty of length. A long hole that features an elevated green, you will need to hit one extra club to get the ball pin high.
A short uphill par 4 that offers the club house in the back ground. Place your tee shot for a short iron into the green. Bunkers guard the right side of the green.
Our #1 handicap hole and rightfully so! A straight tee shot is a must to have an unobstructed shot to the green. This hole demands length and direction.
An uphill par 4 that demands a well executed tee shot. Trees to the right and bunkers left will get your attention. You can bounce your ball up onto this green when necessary.
Should be a simple 110 yard hole, but is much more. Bunkers surround this false front green that requires a precise tee shot. The back to front slope on the green can get really quick!
Our longest par 5 on the course. Avoid the creek over the hill and you will have an approach shot to the elevated green. If you bomb a tee shot you have the opportunity to hit your second over the creek and have a short pitch to the green.
A downhill par 3 featuring a water hazard to the right of the green. There is room to the left for those faint of heart.
Offers the golfer a wonderful birdie opportunity. Avoid the right bunker and trees left to leave you a short iron in. Be careful with the extreme false front of this green.
A wonderful finishing hole that forces a decision on your approach. A good tee shot will leave you 150-210 yards to approach over a water hazard. Lay up and take your medicine when in doubt. A blind shot off the tee, you should aim over the small flowering tree to hit the fairway.