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  • Wed
    09/28
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    83°/62°
  • Thu
    09/29
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    81°/57°
  • Fri
    09/30
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Front 9

  • Hole 9

    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.
  • Hole 8

    This tight driving hole requires possible lay up off of tee to avoid right fairway bunker. Keep approach shot under the hole.
  • Hole 7

    You must hit an accurate tee shot on this relatively narrow hole. A short second shot is uphill to a rolling, undulating green. Use 1 extra club for your approach.
  • Hole 6

    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.
  • Hole 5

    Club selection is the key to this slightly downhill par 3. Green is deep with circular ridge running through the center, making long putts an adventure.
  • Hole 4

    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.
  • Hole 3

    A narrow green with a small ridge in the middle of the putting surface. Avoid bunkers on the right side for best chance at par.
  • Hole 2

    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.
  • Hole 1

    This is the longest par 4 on the course from the gold tees. The shot to the green is uphill, be sure to take one more club.