Hole 1 Black: 441 Silver: 393 Gold: 364 Par 4 Handicap: 3
A long par 4 begins your journey. A drive down the left side of the fairway produces the preferred shot to this green guarded by a bunker right and water left and behind.
Hole 2 Black: 155 Silver: 142 Gold: 116 Par 3 Handicap: 17
Watch the wind on this short par 3 to select the right club. The middle of this green is the target on this severely sloping green from back to front.
Hole 3 Black: 349 Silver: 314 Gold: 291 Par 4 Handicap: 13
The key is the approach shot on this short par 4. Again, the middle of the green is the play on the smallest green on the golf course.
Hole 4 Black: 353 Silver: 312 Gold: 278 Par 4 Handicap: 11
The perfect drive here is the right side of the fairway to have the best approach to this green. Watch bunkers left on both the tee shot as well as the approach shot.
Hole 5 Black: 518 Silver: 478 Gold: 448 Par 5 Handicap: 5
This strategic par 5 has bunkers guarding all landing areas. Make sure your fairway shot stays right to enter the green from the front. Otherwise, choose your club carefully for a partially blind approach shot into this deep green.
Hole 6 Black: 169 Silver: 156 Gold: 128 Par 3 Handicap: 15
This par 3 is guarded by water left and a bunker right. Again, watch the wind and make the correct club selection.
Hole 7 Black: 398 Silver: 353 Gold: 316 Par 4 Handicap: 7
This par 4 can play sneaky long into the prevailling wind. Take one extra club into this elevated and small green.
Hole 8 Black: 545 Silver: 510 Gold: 460 Par 5 Handicap: 1
This par 5 is the longest hole on the golf course and can feel like a mile into the prevailing wind. Hug the left side of the fairway all the way to avoid water right and position yourself for the best shot into this green.
Hole 9 Black: 365 Silver: 331 Gold: 296 Par 4 Handicap: 9
This par 4 demands a straight drive. A back and left pin requires one to two extra clubs into this uphill and deep green.
Hole 10 Black: 381 Silver: 349 Gold: 295 Par 4 Handicap: 6
An excellent starting hole for your back nine. A drive down the right center of the fairway eliminates the greenside bunker left and leaves you a good angle into this green. For long hitters, a bump-and-run approach is an option.
Hole 11 Black: 340 Silver: 313 Gold: 281 Par 4 Handicap: 10
Put your tee shot left to avoid the hidden water that juts out into the fairway. This green is deeper than it looks, so take extra club for back pin placements.
Hole 12 Black: 181 Silver: 152 Gold: 87 Par 3 Handicap: 18
This is the most difficult par 3 on the course. A 145 yard forced carry over swamp land from the back tees overshadows the heavily guarded green. This hole almost always plays longer than the yardage.
Hole 13 Black: 329 Silver: 310 Gold: 283 Par 4 Handicap: 12
This par 4 has a small landing area with bunkers left and right for the long hitter. Pay attention to which tier the flag is on for your approach shot to this two tiered green.
Hole 14 Black: 271 Silver: 257 Gold: 245 Par 4 Handicap: 14
Swing away on this short par 4 and have a short shot to this big green. Watch out for bunkers left and right that can quickly make a birdie hole into a bogey hole.
Hole 15 Black: 341 Silver: 324 Gold: 280 Par 4 Handicap: 8
The farther your tee shot goes, the less of a landing area you will have. Play safe off the tee to avoid the lateral water hazard left. Take enough club into this deep and undulating green. Precision is the key to #15.
Hole 16 Black: 395 Silver: 326 Gold: 295 Par 4 Handicap: 4
An uphill par 4 that plays every bit of the yardage, if not more. A drive favoring the left gives you the best angle into the green. Beware of a bunker right of the green that cannot be seen from the fairway.
Hole 17 Black: 180 Silver: 151 Gold: 125 Par 3 Handicap: 16
A difficult par 3 on this second to last hole demands a precision shot into the green. Left is a bad miss as the rough slopes severely to O.B. stakes. Bunkers will catch shots over and right of the green. If the pin is back, play for the two-putt as the green slopes quickly away. Par is an excellent score here.
Hole 18 Black: 405 Silver 364 Gold: 321 Par 4 Handicap: 2
Quite possibly the hardest two shot par 4 anywhere. Our signature hole delivers a very small landing area off the tee, sloping from left to right on a two-tiered fairway. If you take out driver, aim at or just right of the two bunkers on the left and hit it a perfect 5-yard fade. If you decide to lay up, your reward is a 200 yard+ approach shot which is almost all carry over a rock ravine that runs along the right side of a the hole. Par here is quite an accomplishment.