Both your short and long games will be tested on this interesting mix of holes while you enjoy the natural beauty of the scenic marsh vistas.
A good drive can set up this long 4 par hole, but beware of the bunkers on the right. An accurate approach shot is necessary due to the sharp drop-offs and the back of the large green.
On this challenging par 4, a short drive to the left to open fairway is your best best as carrying the bunker on the right may land you in severe rough. Your approach shot must be accurate as the elevated green os guarded by bunkers on the left as well as sharp drop-offs on three sides.
This par 5 offers an open drive and second shot, which positions you for a challenging approach shot as the green is well-guarded by water, bunkers, and grass mounds. The green will call for skillful putting due to its large size and contours.
Although this demanding par 4 appears to be open from the tee, your drive should be long and straight because of the challenges posed by the rough and the trees which include a scenic, but dangerous, line of palmettos The fairway narrows as you approach the slightly elevated green, so accuracy continues to be important.
The elevated tee on this par 3 presents a picturesque view over a pond to the green which has a bunker extending its length on the left side. This large multi-tiered green, with a severe drop from back to front, makes the pace of putting extremely important.
The green on this dog-leg par 5 is easily reached in 3 shots for many players, and in 2 shots for longer hitters playing down the left side, which is bounded by water and rough. Your third shot must cross the marsh, while you access the green by crossing a bridge on foot. As you walk, be sure to enjoy the views of the salt marsh, which is home to an abundance of coastal life.
This is the longest par 4 of the three nines. The fairway is wide with a waste bunker bordering marsh along the left side and homes on the right. The green is well protected by bunkers on the left and in the back, so a short approach shot can be a good thing.
Admire the views on this scenic par 3 known to some as “The Sombrero.” This hole requires a tee shot over the marsh to the green, which has a large mound on the right side, and water and marsh to the left and behind.
Enjoy more natural beauty on this finishing par 4, which follows the marsh. There is water and sand on the left, while the trees on the right can be a problem for those prone to slicing their drives. The green is well protected by bunkers and the marsh along the left and behind.