Hole #1 This straight away par 4 is a great hole to get those 1st tee jitters out of the way! A nice drive down the right side of the fairway will put you in the best spot to have a good angle at the green. Be aware of landing your approach shot short of the green, a steep hill in front will make sure you have a tough chip to the hole.
Hole #2 Another straight away par 4 that can be reachable in one for those long hitters. Trees lining the left side will make a difficult shot from there, but an open right side rough will give a nice relief for anyone who leaks it off the fairway.
Hole #3 This dog leg right par 4 will put your accuracy to the test. A drive to the middle or left side of the fairway is key to give the best angle for your approach to the green. Right on this hole will leave a difficult shot and a chance to be blocked by trees. A small green surrounded by grass bunkers will need an accurate shot to get on in two.
Hole #4 This is a short par 4, but don’t let that fool you. A tricky and small green to hit is the main challenge here. From the tee, hit toward the right side fairway and have the ball trickle down toward the green for the best approach shot.
Hole #5 A downhill par 4 leaves a fun tee shot for all players, but the best tee shot placement should be at the top of the hill before the downslope to the green. This will allow for a better view of the green to hit. This green slopes severely from back to front, so plan your shots and putts accordingly.
Hole #6 The first par 3 of the front nine is an uphill blind tee shot to the fairly large green, a mid to low iron will put you in good position to hit the green. Being short on this hole is not a bad play, leaving a nice easy chip up to the hole.
Hole #7 This straight away par 4 allows even the longest hitters to hit driver down the fairway. A shot to the right side proves forgiving, but left offers trees and a less forgiven look at the green. It is best to be short of the hole on this green to offer an uphill putt. Downhill putts on this green can be tricky.
Hole #8 short uphill par 3 into a small turtleback green makes this one of the hardest par 3’s on the course. The best approach shot would be just left of the flag, a shot right can cause the ball to roll off the green. A par on this hole is a good score.
Hole #9 A good tee shot is needed on this par 3 to hit this green in one. A tee shot to the left or right can lead to hitting your approach shot from behind a tree. Being long of the hole is not a bad play, balls long funnel down to the middle of the green.
Hole #10 This long uphill par 3 is considered to be the toughest par 3 on the course. A long and accurate tee shot is needed to hit the green in one. A tee shot too far to the right or left will yield a bad view to the green. Being short left will give a difficult chip to the hole.
Hole #11 This short downhill par 4 offers a chance to hit the green in one for the long hitters. With no trees in on the hole, there are no hazards to be weary of. A fairly flat green offers a good chance to yield a low score on this hole.
Hole #12 For this par 4, a tee shot down the left side of the fairway will offer the best look at the green. The green slopes from front to back so being long on your approach shot is not a mad miss, it will offer an uphill chip to the cup.
Hole #13 This short downhill par 3 will leave you a short to mid iron tee shot to the green. A tee shot to the left risks going out of bounds. A relatively flat green offers a chance to come away with a low score.
Hole #14 A tee shot to the right side of the fairway is a good start to this par 4. This will leave you a good angle to this front to back sloped green. Plan on landing your ball on the front part of the green to avoid rolling off the back side. Par is a good score on this hole.
Hole #15 This dog-leg right par 5 offers a wide fairway with room to miss both left and right, however for long hitters too far left may lead to out of bounds. Right side of the fairway will offer the prime position to hit this green in two. Hitting your approach shot to just below the hole will offer a much easier putt to the hole.
Hole #16 A straight away par 5 that offers room to miss on both sides of the fairway, with the potential of being behind of tree if a miss is too far to the right. The elevated green can lead to a ball landing short of the green, so be sure to club up to get over the front lip of the green. This wide green can lead to a tricky two putt.
Hole #17 Hitting the fairway on this narrow uphill par 4 is crucial to have the best angle at the green for your approach shot. With a small green that slopes from right to left, be sure to hit your approach shot just right of the pin and let the slope roll your ball on the green. A par on this difficult par 4 is a great score.
Hole #18 The final hole of the golf course gives the player a par 3 with an elevated tee shot to the green. A mid to low iron shot to the front part of the green is ideal to have an uphill putt to the green. With no hazards or trees to be behind, any mishits off the tee won’t penalize a player.