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Back 9

  • Hole 18

    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.
  • Hole 17

    Downhill tee shot over water to a long narrow green. To succeed, play to the center of the green from every tee.
  • Hole 16

    Most demanding tee shot on the course. Your approach shot is to a large undulating green with water on you right.
  • Hole 15

    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 tests your accuracy with fairway woods and long irons.
  • Hole 14

    A downhill tee shot to a long and narrow green makes club selection a must. Avoid going right.
  • Hole 13

    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.
  • Hole 12

    Large bowl-shaped green slopes, severely from left to right. Tee shot is all carry.
  • Hole 11

    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.
  • Hole 10

    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.