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Tips for Playing

EAST COURSE

Yardages are from the back tees

#1 Par 4 – 364yds (slight dogleg left)

Placing tee shot on the right side of the fairway will give you a better angle to the green.

#2 Par 5 – 499yds (slight dogleg right)

Placing tee shot on the left side of fairway will give you a better angle for your second shot. Your third shot should be played about 100 yards out to give yourself the best angle of approach.

#3 Par 4 – 375yds (dogleg right)

Place tee shot on the left side of fairway to avoid the water on the right and also will give you a better angle to the hole.

#4 Par 4 – 387yds

Place tee shot on the left side of fairway to avoid the water on the right.

#5 Par 3 – 221yds

Long par 3, the hole plays a half a club longer because of the slit elevated green.

#6 Par 5 – 592yds

Place tee shot left center. That will give you a good angle for your second shot which will create a short third shot to the green.

#7 Par 4 – 384yds

Tight par 4, water left, OB on the right. A good straight tee shot will give you a mid to short iron for your second shot.

#8 Par 3 – 142yds

Short par 3 with water on both sides of the hole.

#9 Par 4 – 414yds (slight dogleg right)

Playing a slight fade off the tee will help you position yourself for a mid iron to the green.

#10 Par 4 – 406yds

A well stuck tee shot will give you a mid to short iron into a well bunkered green.

#11 Par 5 – 472yds

Placing tee shot left center of fairway will give you the opportunity to go for the green in two.

#12 Par 3 – 168yds

A mid to short iron shot should give you a chance to make par on a well guarded green with water on the left.

#13 Par 4 – 351yds (dogleg left)

A good positioned tee shot will give you the opportunity to play your second shot to a well guarded green with water in front and bunkers on the right and left sides.

#14 Par 4 – 380yds (slight dogleg right)

A challenging slight dogleg right par 4, the tee shot should be placed on the left side of the fairway, a mid iron second shot to a green with bunkers on the left and right sides of the green.

#15 Par 4 – 329yds (slight dogleg right)

Placing tee shot on the right side of the fairway will give you a short approach shot to the green.

#16 Par 3 – 175yds

Nice par 3 with a small well protected green with bunkers on both sides.

#17 Par 4 – 368yds

Straight away par 4 with an elevated green guarded by a deep front bunker.

#18 par 5 – 547yds

A very challenging par 5 finishing hole. A long tee shot will help set you up for a demanding second shot. Your third shot will be played to a large well protected green with bunkers on the right and left sides.

WEST COURSE

Yardages are measured from the back tees

#1 Par 5 – 485yds ( slight dogleg left)

Placing your tee shot right center of the fairway will give a clear second shot  to the green guarded by a left green side bunker.

#2 Par 4 – 398yds

Fairly short par 4 with a challenging second shot. With a mid to short iron, your second shot has to be accurate because of a well guarded green with bunkers on the front and right side.

#3 Par 3 – 202yds

Challenging hole for all golfers, tee shot must be accurate because the green is narrow with a green side bunker on the left side.

#4 Par 4 – 395yds (slight dogleg left)

Placing your tee shot right center will give you a good angle to the green.

#5 Par 4 – 419yds (slight dogleg left)

Playing a right to left tee shot will give you a mid to short iron to the green.

#6 Par 4 – 409yds

Placing your tee shot right center of the fairway will leave you a mid iron to the well guarded green with bunkers on the right and left sides.

#7 Par 3 –  200yds

Excellent hole. Well guarded with water in front and a back green side bunker.

#8 Par 5 – 515yds (slight dogleg right)

Placing your tee shot on the left center of the fairway, avoiding the right fairway bunker, will give you a good look at the green which is guarded by bunkers on the right and left side.

#9 Par 4 – 381yds

Great driving hole, water outlines both left and right sides of the fairways to a slight elevated green with a large bunker guarding the front.

#10 Par 3 – 195yds

Challenging hole with a large green side bunker on the left.

#11 Par 4 – 392yds

Short tight hole with OB on the left and water on the right.

#12 Par 5 – 534yds (dogleg left)

A very demanding dogleg right to left hole. Water runs along both sides of the hole to a small well guarded green with bunkers in front and left side.

#13 Par 4 – 372yds

Short demanding hole with water on both sides of the fairway, with a short iron approach to a well guarded green with water running along the front and a large bunker on the right.

#14 Par 3 – 213yds

Demanding hole from tee to green. Water runs in front and along the right side of the green, protected by a deep green side bunker.

#15 Par 4 – 386yds

Placing your tee shot in the center of the fairway is a must to avoid two fairway bunkers on the left and one on the right leaving you a short iron into a small green with two front side bunkers.

#16 Par 3 – 173yds

Nice par 3, hitting your shot to a large narrow green with a deep green side bunker.

#17 Par 4 – 397yds (slight dogleg left)

Narrow driving hole with fairway bunkers on the left and right side. A good tee shot will leave you with a mid to short iron for your second shot to a well protected green with bunkers front right and back left.

#18 Par 5 – 560yds (dogleg right from your second shot)

Very challenging finishing hole with OB down the left side and water running along the right. A good positioned tee shot will give you the opportunity to position your third shot (mid to short iron) to a very demanding well guarded green with water in front and two bunkers back left of green.

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