Well-positioned ponds present a challenge on seven holes of this 3,443 yard nine hole course. Conservative course management, precise positioning, and a soft putting stroke will provide you with the maximum enjoyment on these excellent nine holes.
A good drive down the left will set up this mid-length par 4, which is guarded on the right side of the fairway by a large tree. When approaching the large contoured green, avoid the bunker and mounds on the right, as well as the drop-off to the water on the left.
On this straightaway mid-length par 4, a precise drive to the right side of this tight fairway is necessary. When approaching the green, aim to the right side of it as there is water and sand on the left and in the front.
Due to a large bunker and a false front, this par 3 requires a long but accurate tee shot carrying the ball well onto the green. Be certain to be careful, as trees on both the right and the left can easily come into play.
With a solid drive to the right of the fairway, this par 4 hole will play shorter than it appears. But be careful – the green, which is extremely narrow, has bunkers on the left and right, and even more trouble behind.
This long par 5 has numerous obstacles to overcome, including a slight dog-leg left. The complete left side of the hole is out of bounds, so you may opt to take the slightly longer route along the right side of the fairway. However, on your drive, watch for the large bunker on the right, and further down, guard against water on the right. Your approach shot should go left as the green is well-protected in the front and on the right by water and a bunker.
This par 3 is not the longest, but it is certainly one of the most challenging. In order to reach the green, a long tee shot over the water is required. The depth of this green, which is protected on the right side by sand, will test your putting skill.
One of the most difficult holes on the course, this long par 5 has an open fairway for your first shot although as you progress, there is a slight dog-leg right with multiple bunkers on the left and water on the right. The difficult narrow green is well-guarded by bunkers on the right and left side, requiring a very precise approach shot.
An accurate drive is critical on this par 4 as water runs down the left side and a pond on the right is reachable by longer hitters. Be sure your approach shot is accurate as the green is guarded by water on the right and bunkers on both sides.
One of the most beautiful holes on the course, this mid-length par 4 has a long bunker running along the right side, while the fairway is relatively open on the left side. Grass mounds and multiple bunkers surround the undulating green, which is also protected by water in the front and to the left.