18 Hole Gallery

 

Hole 1: Is a straight away par 4, but you can find yourself in some trouble off the tee, out of bounds runs down the left side and a deep fairway bunker on the right. The green is well protected with bunkers on the left and right.


Hole 2: Is a slight dogleg right par 4. Finding the fairway won’t be an easy task with fairway bunkers on the left and right. The ideal play off the tee is with a long iron or fairway wood and aim just right of center.


Hole 3: Is a downhill par 3 with a deep greenside bunker on the right. No matter where the pin is located always hit it to the front of the green.

Hole 4: Is a great par 5. Has water down the left side, trees on the right, with the rolling mounds in the fairway its hard to find an even lie. It is reachable in two but with the Augusta style green it begs to differ.


Hole 5: Is a tough par 4. Water runs all the way to the green on the left hand side, and deep rough boarders the fairway to the right. The green runs to all the trouble surrounding it. The best approach is to the center of the green.


Hole 6: One of the hardest holes in golf you will ever play. It’s a sharp dogleg right par 5. Out of bounds runs down the whole left side and water hugs the right and cuts back into the fairway at the 150 yard marker. Reaching it in two is impossible lay up to the 150 and par feels like a birdie on this hole.


Hole 7: Another tough little par 4. The best line to take off the tee is just left of the 150 marker. For the longer hitters be careful of the water that is at the edge of the fairway. The approach shot might be one of the hardest on the course. The front of the green slopes down to the water in front and a shallow bunker wraps around the back of the green.

Hole 8: Is a great par 3 the front of the green is surrounded by bunkers , but don’t shoot too long there is also water at the back of the green.

Hole 9: Is a shot makers hole. A dogleg left par 4, bunkers are placed on both sides of the fairway making it a narrow landing area. The best way to score on this hole is to play it to the center of the fairway and to the center of the green on your approach shot deep bunkers are placed on both sides of the green.





Hole 10: Is a long par 3 that is visually intimidating standing on the tee, with water in front of the tee box and bunkers on both sides of the green.

Hole 11: The toughest driving hole on the course, this par 5 demands an accurate tee shot. With a fairway trap that extends down the left side and deep rough and trees boarder the right. Water guards the front right of the green and bunkers that are in the front and on the back of the green.

Hole 12: Is a dogleg right par 4. The best way to play this hole is to take a long iron or fairway wood off the tee. The more aggressive player will try and cut the corner but the tall pines knock down the majority of the tee shots. This is a green where you can go pin seeking where ever the flag is placed.





Hole 13: Is an accessible par 5, the longer players will carry the fairway bunker on the right, for the average golfer just play it as a three shot hole. If you find yourself going for it in two don’t leak it out to the left or right, deep greenside bunkers are waiting.

Hole 14: Is a short par 4 it might look inviting to hit driver off the tee but be careful of the narrow landing area. Two fairway bunkers are on the left and right. The best play is to take a long iron off the tee.

Hole 15: Is a sharp dogleg right par 4, out of bounds runs down the right side and a bunker which starts at the tree on the right and runs all the way to the green. If you play the hole like it is designed there is no excuse for making a good score.





Hole 16: “ The Beast” as most golfers call it is a monstrous par 4. The fairway is wide open but the best place to aim off the tee is just right of the trees on the left it will setup for a good second shot into this well protected green.

Hole 17: Is a straight away par 4 just aim down the middle and rip it. The only trouble on this hole is the bunkers on both sides of the green.
 

Hole 18: Is a great finishing par 3, off the tee all you see is sand. Just get up there trust your swing and hit it to the middle of the green.