This opening par 4 will offer you options off the tee. You can play fairway or hybrid off the tee to avoid the water that comes into play. Now judge the wind to make sure you play enough club into the green.
The second hole is straight forward par 3 into a big green playing 160-180 yards. Make sure you carry the two bunkers guarding the green.
This short par 4 has birdie written all over it. Tee shots should favor the right side of the fairway. This peninsula green plays uphill and is guarded by two deep bunkers.
This green is much deeper than it appears, pay close attention to the pin location. This great par 3 can have a 40-yard swing based on pin location.
This short par 4 requires a choice on the tee box to decide what yardage you want to play into the green. A club that travels more than 200 yards is suspected to run down the firm fairway into the water that guards this green. Set your tee shot up for success into the green.
The tee shot is demanding on this par 5. Left and right of the fairway lies trouble. The approach shot should be laid up to 100 yards. This will allow a nice wedge shot into the green for an easy birdie.
This straightaway par 4 can turn your score to the plus side with an errant tee shot. The approach shot should be on the correct level of the green to ensure a par. Beware of the bunker in front of the green.
The most difficult par 4 on this nine requires a solid tee shot favoring the left center of the fairway to avoid the bunker on the right and water on the left. From there you have 150-180 yards to a very undulated, multi-tiered green, with water on your left and bunkers to the right.
This finishing par 5 requires a tee shot in the fairway. Avoiding the deep fairway bunker on the right. The second shot is risk reward into an island green. The long hitters will have a chance to make an eagle to finish this nine.