Par 4 – “First”
On this slight dogleg left par 4, a bunker in the center of the fairway acts as a good aiming point. Your approach shot is to a green that slopes from left to right and slightly away from you.
From the elevated tee, this par 4 plays straight away. A bunker on the left cuts into the fairway and a waste bunker and pond guard the right side as you approach the green. There is more fairway in front of the relatively flat green than it appears.
This tee shot is also from an elevated tee to a narrow fairway guarded by a waste bunker. The small, elevated green, protected by deep grass bunkers on the right and back, requires an accurate approach shot.
This short par 3 has a narrow opening in front and is surrounded by fairly deep bunkers. The trouble around the green makes this hole a nice challenge.
This par 5 features a large landing area. Beware of Kebo Brook on the right as the fairway slopes from left to right. You can gamble and try to reach the green in two, but it is fronted by a pond and woods are close to the right and back sides. The safer play is to lay up to the hill overlooking the green. From there you’ll have a short approach.
This uphill par 3 requires that your tee shot carry all the way to the green. Trees border the left side, while two steep-banked bunkers guard the right side. This green slopes severely from back to front.
On this par 4, you play from an elevated tee to a narrow fairway that slopes from right to left. Kebo Brook guards the left side of this hole from tee to green. A grass-covered mound protects the front of the green.
From an elevated tee, you hit to a large fairway that slopes from right to left. The left side of the sloped green is protected by a brook, making the approach more difficult. Par is a great score on this hole. Don’t forget to enjoy the view.
Don’t let this hole deceive you. Laying up is an option. Although it looks flat, it is all carry. The green slopes from back to front. It is guarded by a bunker on the right and a brook in front and along the left side.
On this slight dogleg left par 4, a series of mounds in the left rough and a hazard on the right-side guard this fairway. A large bunker guards the approach to a green that slopes from back to front.
This straight par 4 has a generous landing area. A slight rise in the fairway and a shallow valley makes a club selection difficult for the second shot. Bunkers guard both sides of the opening to a large flat green that is further protected on the left and rear by grassy mounds.
This short par 4 is a good birdie hole. It plays straight and slightly uphill to an elevated green protected in front by bunkers. The green has deceptive rolls to it, so reading your putt is challenging.
The spectacular scenery on this hole can ruin your concentration. This tee shot is straight ahead to a slightly uphill fairway. Your approach shot requires you to carry several mounds which protect the entrance to the green. Bunkers back and left guard this green that slopes from right to left.
Only the longest hitters can reach this final par 5 in two. Tee shots are to a long, straight driving area. Out of bounds guards the entire left side. On the blind second shot, the safe play is to lay up to the hill overlooking the green. Water fronts this left to right sloping green.
This little beauty plays from an elevated tee over water to a green guarded by bunkers on both sides and a huge pine tree on the right. A small brook sits immediately behind the good-sized green that slopes from its center toward the right side.
This is considered to be another birdie hole, but it can just as easily be an apologizing six. From a tee nestled among large pines, you play slightly uphill to a fairway with bunkers on both sides and a large bunker fronting the green. The green slopes from right to left.
On this intimidating par 4, the creek that cuts across the fairway may force you to put the driver away. Your approach shot must carry a large bunker set in the face of the hill. The green sits back from that bunker and slopes from left to right toward another large bunker.
The tee shot on the home hole crosses a road to the fairway. Trees on the left and grass mounds on the right protect the landing area. The elevated green is guarded by a natural hillside. It slopes from left to right and slightly towards the fairway.