Black Blue White Red Yards 334 326 312 272 Handicap 17 17 13 13
*This is a good warm-up hole. Limber up with an easy drive, then choose a short iron that will carry to the green
Black Blue White Red Yards 444 416 352 314 Handicap 1 1 7 7
*This is a very demanding driving hole. There is out of bounds on the right side. Clear Run meanders in the front along the left side making accuracy as well as distance a must. After the tee shot, there remains a long second shot to an undulating green.
Black Blue White Red Yards 422 408 318 304 Handicap 5 5 9 9
*Going too far to the right sacrifices distance on this tee ball, but with Clear Run beckoning again on the left, the right side is the bail-out choice.
Black Blue White Red Yards 233 160 130 128 Handicap 13 13 17 17
*Pay attention to your yardage: there is a big difference between the blue and white tees on this par 3. There is out of bounds on the left side and behind the green, and going too far right will land you on the #5 tee box.
Black Blue White Red Yards 396 365 347 307 Handicap 7 7 3 3
*A dog-leg to the left with out-of-bounds on the left. This hole sets up perfectly for the courageous golfer to try to draw the ball around the corner. The second shot is long and must go hit between fairway bunkers to an elevated green.
Black Blue White Red Yards 501 482 420 406 Handicap 9 9 5 5
*Those woods on the left are out-of-bounds, but don’t let that deter you from keeping your ball somewhat left of center all the way to the green because the fairway slope is going to push your ball to the right.
Black Blue White Red Yards 175 158 146 138 Handicap 15 15 15 15
*Looking down to this green makes it appear shorter than it really is. Be sure to hit enough club.
Black Blue White Red Yards 434 423 402 388 Handicap 3 3 1 1
*Long, accurate shots are necessary to reach this raised green in regulation. The wily Scot strikes again on bunker placement. Extra distance makes this a tough par 4.
Black Blue White Red Yards 368 347 328 315 Handicap 11 1 11 11
*Fairway bunkers on both sides call for a down the middle drive to put you in good position for your approach shot. Be aware that you must fly well past the forward bunkers to hit the green.
Black Blue White Red Yards 540 523 455 433 Handicap 4 4 2 2
*Don’t hold back on your tee ball here, as #10 is a long par 5. Pine trees on the right will try to grab your ball. Make allowance for the green elevation when choosing your iron for the homeward shot.
Black Blue White Red Yards 390 389 327 315 Handicap 8 8 8 8
*The fairway slope tends to guide your ball to the right, into the trees. Bunkers guard the left side, however. Watch out for tricky rolls on the green.
Black Blue White Red Yards 504 484 423 411 Handicap 6 6 4 4
*The fairway bunkers appear to create a bottle neck but your second shot should clear it easily. The only remaining problem is the green slope from right to left. A well placed approach shot will give you a good chance for a birdie.
Black Blue White Red Yards 323 308 293 281 Handicap 17 17 13 13
* A dog-leg to the right. A short-iron second shot is all you need to this highly elevated green. Pitch or putt back with a light touch if you happen to land beyond the hole.
Black Blue White Red Yards 187 169 151 142 Handicap 12 12 14 14
* Menacing trees on the left may influence you to aim right, but resist that urge or you may land in the bunkers looming to the right.
Black Blue White Red Yards 440 426 352 340 Handicap 2 2 6 6
* Distance and topography make this one of the most challenging holes on the course. Most golfers can hit away from the tee with no fear of hitting the lake (285 yards from the white tees). The water could come into play as you head to the green, however.
Black Blue White Red Yards 330 324 305 265 Handicap 14 14 12 12
* The distance here is about the same as hole #1 but the hills on both sides make a straight drive very desirable. Note the position marker on the flagstick to help you on your approach to this invisible green.
Black Blue White Red Yards 169 147 129 107 Handicap 18 18 18 18
* “Bail-out left” is the watchword on this par 3. It is better to be left than right due to the steep drop-off on the right side. Club selection is at a premium.
Black Blue White Red Yards 369 355 340 322 Handicap 16 16 16 16
* This is the hole everyone talks about. Take a moment to drink the view, then step up and hit away. The ball will not reach the green but will look mighty pretty soaring out in space.