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This is the longest par 4 on the
course from the gold tees. The
shotto the green is uphill,
be sure to take one more club.
A downhill tee shot left of center is
best. Avoid the lake that fronts the
right side of the green. The green is
triple tiered, stay below the hole.
A narrow green with a small
ridge in the middle of the putting
surface. Avoid bunkerson the right
side for best chance at par.
Ideal tee shot is left of center. Play
second shot to the middle of this
three tiered green. Hazard down
left side and in front of green.
Club selection is the key to this
slightly downhill par 3. Green
is deep with circular ridge
running through the center,
making long puts an adventure.
The tee shot must avoid the bunkers
in the left center and right side of
the fairway. The green is very
shallow, yet wide, making proper
club selection a must.
You must hit an accurate tee
shot on this relatively narrow
hole. A short second is uphill
to a rolling, undulating green.
Use 1 extra club for your approach.
This tight driving hole requires
possible lay up off of tee to avoid
right fairway bunker. Keep
approach shot under the hole.
A left center tee shot that avoids
the hazard on the left is ideal. Lay
up on the second shot in front or to
the right side of the lake fronting
the green. The green holds well,
reward an aggressive approach
shot underneath the hole.
A properly placed tee shot avoids
hazard on the right and fairway
bunker on the left. It may require
less than a driver from the tee. Club
selection is crucial for your approach
shot on this small green.
Hit driver over first bunker on the
left or 3-wood down the middle to
avoid right fairway bunker. Approach
shots to the green are uphill,
requiring at least 1 extra club.
Large bowl-shaped green slopes,
severely from left to right.
Tee shot is all carry.
Requires left center tee shot
for best results. Approach shot
must be played high over bunkers
fronting the green in order to hold
this narrow putting surface.
A downhill tee shot to a long
and narrow green makes club
selection a must. Avoid going right.
A long tee shot allows a big hitter
to reach this green in 2 shots.
Fairway narrows and is well
bunkered in front of the green.
This hole testsyour accuracy with
fairway woods and long irons.
Most demanding tee shot on
the course. Your approach shot
is to a large undulating green
with water on you right.
Downhill tee shot over water
to a long narrow green. To
succeed, play to the center
of the green from every tee.
Cut off as much as you want
on your driver or lay it up
with a long iron or fairway
wood at the right fairway bunker.
Large undulating greens hold well.
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