Hole by Hole
Hole # 1
286 to 309 yards
This hole does not require a driver, and the risk may be greater than the reward. A controlled tee shot to the left center of the fairway leaves a short iron or itch to the green.
Hole # 2
355 to 380 yards
The tee shot on this hole is uphill and blind. There are grass moguls on both sides at the top of the hill and can be reached by long hitters. There is water to the right of the green, but should not be in play unless you are approaching the green from the right side and long.
Hole # 3
180 to 190 yards
This uphill par 3 requires a club that is more than you would expect for the distance. The green slopes from back to front and the water on the right can come into play with a short shot.
From the gold tees (145 yards) most players can use an iron.
Hole # 4
509 to 543 yards
The first of back to back par fives can be reached by long hitters in two, but with a small green this is not always the best approach. Play this hole down the middle and you will stay out of the tree trouble that can be found on both sides of the fairway.
Hole # 5
537 to 547 yards
This plays a little longer than #4 and a careless drive can leave you in the grass moguls or out of bounds on the right. If you miss the fairway to the left, there is a chance for tree trouble. The elevated green makes it tricky for the third shot.
Hole # 6
331 to 358 yards
This relatively short par 4 can be a birdie hole or trouble depending on your tee shot. The trees on the right make a second shot almost impossible. To the left there are more grass moguls that can make a difficult second shot. The shrubs on the right and left side of the green make it a necessity to be accurate with your approach to the green.
Hole # 7
302 to 315 yards
Another short par 4 that can be rewarding or frustrating. A tee shot into the trees on the left leaves a blind or impossible shot to the green. If you miss the fairway right off the tee, the trees can again block a second shot to the green. The uphill green makes club selection for the approach to the green tricky.
Hole # 8
369 to 380 yards
The best way to attack this hole is to hit your tee shot down the left side of the fairway. The tee tends to point many golfers to the right. If you hit your tee shot to the right, it makes for a longer second shot to the green.
Hole # 9
152 to 169 yards
This par 3 plays longer than the actual yardage. It is all uphill and you will need at least one extra club to reach the green. Out of bounds is on the left and trees are on the right of the fairway. If you hit a long and straight tee shot, you could be in the woods.
Hole # 10
250 to 300 yards
This dogleg to the right can be an easy hole if you choose the right club for your tee shot. If you make it to the bend in the fairway you are only about 100 yards from the green. There is out of bounds both to the left and right of the fairway and if you hit a long straight tee shot, you could be in the woods.
Hole # 11
378 to 388 yards
The downhill tee shot can be the hardest on the course. Tree trouble and out of bounds on the left can cause a big number in a hurry. It is easy to lose the tee shot to the right and be blocked by trees. The tee shot needs to be right of center to have a good opening for a second shot to the green. There is a stream at the bottom of the hill to the right of the fairway and can come into play if you hit a long drive. (risk = reward?)
Hole # 12
490 to 498 yards
This is a reachable par 5 in two. The green, however, is small and not an easy target. There is out of bounds on the left and grass moguls on the right. A pond waits on the right for long hitters off of the tee. Play this down the center and it is an easy birdie hole.
Hole # 13
190 to 200 yards
A long straight shot is necessary for this par 3. Anything left or right will have tree trouble and could be blocked or lost. Playing from the gold tee at 140 yards makes this a relatively harmless hole.
Hole # 14
408 to 432 yards
This hole requires a long accurate tee shot. The landing area is narrow with trees on both sides of the fairway. From the mounds on the right and left of the fairway, it is still anywhere from 200+ yards to 170 yards to the green.
Hole # 15
322 to 351 yards
This is not a long hole, but it requires you to place your tee shot. Since the fairway slopes right and many golfers hit right, you can be in the trees easily. A tee shot that hugs the left side of the fairway will end up in the middle of the fairway with a relatively short iron to the green. Left is bad unless you go all the way into the adjacent fairway.
Hole # 16
547 to 555 yards
This is a long uphill then downhill par 5. Tee shots that go left or right can be blocked by trees. It takes a big drive to reach the top of the hill, but a good second shot can put you within a short to mid-iron to the green. This hole bends a little to the left as the fairway goes over the top of the hill. Missing right is to have tree trouble. The green has two tiers and can be difficult to putt if you are above the hole
Hole # 17
219 to 224 yards
This hole asks you to hit all that you have. It is uphill (often with the wind in your face). Trees on the right and out of bounds on the left (with trees) make this a difficult par 3. From the gold tee its yardage is 145, but plays slightly longer. This, however, is reachable with an iron for most players.
Hole # 18
417 to 427 yards
This hole is long and doglegs to the left. Narrow landing area with trouble both right and left. This takes two good shots to reach the green and it is uphill the whole way. Par is an excellent score on this hole.