This long par 5 is a true three shot hole for most players.
Keep your tee shot to the right to avoid the cluster of bunkers on the left side of the fairway. Your second shot must carry a canal but the fairway is very generous. Keep your head and this hole provides a good birdie chance.
This standard length par 3 usually plays into the prevailing wind.
Take one extra club and avoid going for a pin tucked on the left side of the green.
Anything a bit short or right will leave a straight forward opportunity to get up and down.
This sweeping dog leg right allows big hitters to cut the corner and set up a goodbirdie chance.
A good play from the tee is to take it straight out at the fairway bunker leaving a medium length shot to this green.
Only one bunker protects the front left portion of this large putting surface.
This short par 4 can be deceptive. Any number of clubs can be used from the tee.
Long hitters may choose driver and carry the left hand fairway bunker, but that also brings the right hand fairway bunker into play.
Play the hole conservatively and a good score is very possible.
This longer than normal par 4 bends gently from right to left and challenging the water and the fairway bunker on the left can significantly shorten the hole. Play your Tee shot down the right center and a low to mid iron shot is required to this elevated green.
Seven is a long par 3 that usually plays shorter than its yardage. Avoid the deep greensidebunker on the right and favor the left side.
This green has some very tricky chipping areas, par is always a good score here.
The eighth is the longest par 4 on the course. This hole can be a monster into the wind. The elevated green makes this hole play even longer. Take 5 here and be happy.The green is well protected by two deep bunkers front right and left
A beautiful risk reward par 5. Long hitters can definitely reach this hole in two,but it requires two solid shots. Two water carries are required on this hole. The areas around the green can provide some difficult shots. Anything from eagle to a big number are possible here.
Ten is a big par 5 requiring three shots for most players. Your second shot must avoid the right side fairway bunker at all costs. There is plenty of room left. Play this hole smart and a good score is possible.
Number eleven is another one of our great looking length par 4’s. This hole sits right in front of you. Keep your tee shot to the right to avoid the fairway bunker left. A middle iron shot will be facing you on your approach. A back right pin position is most challenging on this hole.
The twelve hole is a gorgeous par 3. Into the wind this hole can play much longer than its yardage. Take the center of the green and a par 3 is well earned here. A bailout area sits short and to the left of the putting surface
Thirteen is a eye-catching par 5. A three shot hole for most although big hitters can hug the left side and get home in two. Keep your second shot down the right center setting up a short approach shot for a possible birdie.
Fourteen is a solid par 3. When the pin is on the right side of the green it brings bunkers into play. Play for the left portion of the green and take par here. Wind is always a major factor in club selection on this hole.
Fifteen, a par 4, can play long when the wind is at you. Play your tee ball down the left center leaving a long to middle iron approach. A back left pin position is very difficult to get to. Par is a very good score.
Sixteen is a hole that requires a great deal of course management. Water down the left side of the fairway and in front of the green is intimidating. Proper club selection is a must on this hole. May require a lay up second shot for shorter hitters.
Club Courses signature hole with a beautiful island green setting. Sililar to #16 in that short hitters may need to lay up on their second shot. A back right pin position is very challenging. Keep it in the center of the green and 4 or 5 will win many matches.