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Course Flyovers & Playing Tips
The first tee shot is played alongside a natural wetland to a raised fairway guarded by three fairway bunkers to the right of the landing area. The ideal drive is just left of center. Large bunkers left and right of green and a hazard behind require a careful approach.
A tee shot strategically placed toward the right side of fairway will give you the best angle towards this bunkered green. A tee shot down the left side, will reward with a shorter iron shot to green, but watch out for fairway bunkers and water on the left side.
A testing par 3 over water to an undulating two-tiered green. A large bunker sits to the left and a small, deep pot bunker is nestled into the front right approach to the green.
The tee shot may be placed short of the fairway bunker guarding the left side which will also avoid the hazards left and right. The large green has two green side bunkers with nearby environmental areas. Be alert for the resident Bobcat!
The shortest par 5 on the course, the fifth hole offers the first real birdie opportunity. Two well-struck shots are required, however, to avoid the large lake to the right of the fairway.
The tee shot must carry a large, angled bunker on the right to land in the wide fairway. The wind direction will define the difficulty of this hole. The two tiered green narrows in the back. Don’t miss long!!
An enormous beach bunker at the far end of the lake wraps itself around the right side of the putting surface. The safe shot here is to take aim at the left side of the green.
The aggressive approach is to drive over the bunkers on the right, opening up an unobstructed line into the green and setting up a good birdie opportunity.
The longest of the par fives, this hole will require three well-hit shots to reach the green. The fairway is rolling and wide, guarded by bunkers down most of the right side. But lakes and wetlands are never too far away, encroaching from the left.
A spectacular driving hole over water and sand. The key to playing this par 4 is to be conservative off the tee and find the fairway to set up a short approach shot to the green.
Golfers will either love…or hate….this relatively short par 4. All that is required is an easy 200 yard shot off the tee and a gentle 8 or 9 iron onto the “island” green. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?
A medium-length par 5. From the tee, any part of the fairway will do, but from then on the player must keep the ball left to avoid the large bunker which defines the right side of the fairway starting about 130 yards from the green.
A short par 4 with hazards left and right. A well placed tee shot leaves a pitch to a smallish green and a good birdie opportunity. The wind may force a risk-reward tee shot decision.
The longest one-shot hole on the course, it is imperative to strike the tee shot true and straight. This magnificent, natural-looking par 3 is surrounded by native wetlands and expansive bunkers. Thus begins a tough stretch of finishing holes.
A cavernous pot bunker on the right along with bold rolling mounds and wetlands on the left provides added challenges off the tee. Be mindful of the hazard on the left side as the fairway rolls left before it crosses the water hazard well in front of the green.
The largest and undoubtedly the toughest par 4 on the course. The ideal drive is over the single fairway bunker on the left to an elevated landing area beyond, opening the left side of the green for a run-up shot.
The final par 3 of the course plays over a natural, sandy expanse to a raised undulating green. There’s trouble to the left of the tee, plus a deep greenside pot bunker to the right.
A spectacular finishing hole that winds it’s way around a beautiful 15-acre lake and large fairway bunker. Risking a tee shot over a corner of the bunker and second shot over the creek offers an excellent birdie opportunity.