The short par 4 is a great opening hole to relax the nerves. Players must avoid the bunkers on both sides of the fairway to have a short iron into a very small green.
The second hole is a difficult par 3 ranging from 170 to 190 yards. This hole requires a solid iron or even a hybrid depending on the wind. The green is surrounded by bunkers to protect the green. Be very happy if you manage a par 3 on this one!
The third hole is trickier than it looks! Players should lay up off the tee with a club that keeps them short of the bunkers and avoid the out of bounds on the left and right. Hit something around 220 yards off the tee and most players will have a short iron to the green.
This is a reachable par 5 for the better players. A very straight forward hole where players can jump start there round with a birdie! Be aware of the out of bounds on the left and the water hazard to the right.
A very challenging par 4 which has a water hazard in front to protect the green. Players should be happy walking off with a par.
The sixth hole is a medium length par 4 that has a water hazard all down the left side. Players should favor the right side of the fairway to avoid a penalty. The green slopes front to back which makes it difficult to hold the green
Club selection is imperative on this challenging par 3. Pick the right “stick” and you should be left with a great opportunity at birdie!
The short par 5 is one of the best opportunities you will have to reach in two shots. This tee shot calls for a ball working left to right to get around the trees and have a clear second shot to the green.
Short par 4 that is protected by water on the right side and in front of the green. Players who hit a good tee shot should have a short iron into the green giving them a great opportunity for birdie.