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Hole 1 Par 4 | Handicap: 15


Description

Accuracy here is more important than distance. Avoid the oak tree on your left, but watch out for the bunker on your right. Your approach is to a green guarded by a collection of bunkers on your left and right. Add an extra club for a pin located on the back of the green.

Red
305
White
344
Blue
368
Black
388

Hole 2 Par 5 | Handicap: 3


Description

Bring out your lumber! Your drive should favor the right, as O.B. lines the left side. Your second shot must be accurate to avoid bunkers on your left and right. This green slops from back to front and the majority of putts will break towards the vinyards.

Red
443
White
481
Blue
521
Black
554

Hole 3 Par 4 | Handicap: 9


Description

Long and very demanding par 4. Bunker on your right myst be avoided, since it often stops you from reaching the green in two. Your approach shot must negotiate bunkers on either side of this long, narrow green. Beware! A hidden lake guards the right side of this green.

Red
321
White
352
Blue
387
Black
411

Hole 4 Par 3 | Handicap: 13


Description

This par 3 demands pinpoint accuracy. O.B. is left and bunkers guard both sides of the green. If the pin is back add one-to-two clubs. This green falls away at the front and a ridge runs through the middle. Be very careful, three putts are common.

Red
140
White
161
Blue
182
Black
204

Hole 5 Par 4 | Handicap: 1


Description

Long straightaway par 4. Bunkers left and right make this fairway only twenty yards wide. You are left with a long iron or fairway wood into an open fronted, enormous green that is surrounded by bunkers. Don't be suprised to find an up-and-down opportunity for your par.

Red
348
White
376
Blue
413
Black
431

Hole 6 Par 4 | Handicap: 11


Description

Probably the toughest tee shot on the course. A hazard on the left and a deep bunker on the right makes accuracy more important than distance. Your approach appears to be downhill, but trust the yardage. A shot over the green here makes a big number a reality.

Red
338
White
359
Blue
403
Black
422

Hole 7 Par 3 | Handicap: 7


Description

This long par 3 is known as Sam Snead's favorite hole. Hazard on your right, but bunkers and oaks on your left will cause you nothing but trouble. This green has several ridges that make putting a real challenge. Take your par and feel like you made a birdie.

Red
147
White
169
Blue
189
Black
220

Hole 8 Par 5 | Handicap: 5


Description

A monster! Very long par 5 will require three well executed shots. Notice the blind bunker on your right. A long iron or fairway wood must avoid bunkers right and large trees left. Play your approach shot to the middle of the green to avoid the shelf on the left.

Red
496
White
549
Blue
575
Black
595

Hole 9 Par 4 | Handicap: 17


Description

A short but difficult hole. Your tee shot must avoid a deep bunker on your left. Your approach shot plays uphill to a three-tiered heavily bunkered green. Add at least one club. If your approach lands on the wrong tier you will have a very difficult two putt.

Red
265
White
305
Blue
326
Black
346

Hole 10 Par 4 | Handicap: 10


Description

The back nine starts with a slight dogleg left. Aim your tee shot at the tall evergreen tree. An errant tee shot left may be blocked from the green by several trees. Favor the right side of the green on your approach, because everything will funnel to the left.

Red
306
White
383
Blue
399
Black
426

Hole 11 Par 4 | Handicap: 14


Description

Short uphill par 4 plays longer than the yardage dictates. Favor the right to open up this two-tiered green. Club selection on your approach is crucial. Add one-to-two clubs depending on pin placement. Shots above or over this green will make you earn bogey.

Red
271
White
302
Blue
341
Black
359

Hole 12 Par 4 | Handicap: 4


Description

Straightaway par 4 often plays into the wind. Be careful, this tee naturally aims you towards the hazard on your left. A long iron will be needed to hit this elevated green. A large ridge separates this green into two sections. Depending on pin placement, putting can be very difficult.

Red
329
White
365
Blue
394
Black
427

Hole 13 Par 5 | Handicap: 12


Description

Rather large fairway, but guard against the left side. Your lay-up shot is the most challenging shot on this hole. Beware! A lake on the right guards this hole from 100 yards in. Be careful, but aggressive and make your birdie.

Red
456
White
475
Blue
526
Black
550

Hole 14 Par 3 | Handicap: 6


Description

Another long par 3. This lake is an illusion here. It does not continue all the way to the green. Deep bunkers guard a thin, long green right and left. The green slopes from front to back and can be rather quick. Be careful!

Red
163
White
172
Blue
193
Black
216

Hole 15 Par 4 | Handicap: 2


Description

Probably the toughest hole on the course. Favor the left off the tee. Right is jail where par will only be a dream. Your second shot will require a long iron or fairway wood to a large green. Not a lot of visual trouble but length makes this hole a bear.

Red
345
White
374
Blue
413
Black
433

Hole 16 Par 5 | Handicap: 16


Description

Intimidating tee shot. Trees left and a large bunker right. Favor the right to open the dogleg. Bunkers and wastelands on both sides make your second shot a challenge. Your approach shot is to one of the largest greens on the course. Beware! Over is a sure bogey or worse.

Red
447
White
487
Blue
523
Black
544

Hole 17 Par 3 | Handicap: 18


Description

Finally, a short par 3! Deep bunkers surround this large green. Appears to be downhill, but trust the yardage. If the pin is located back right, add one club. Again, over the green here is bad news.

Red
118
White
136
Blue
136
Black
146

Hole 18 Par 4 | Handicap: 8


Description

The safe play is left of the bunker, but the gambler may take it right to cut the corner. Beware! A blind creek runs in front of this green. Any ball above this hole is brutal, especially with a front pin. End it well!

Red
316
White
368
Blue
390
Black
410
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