Hole 1 - Par 4
A great starting hole to start your game. It has a generous open fairway to it, but try not to hit your drive too far-it might head towards the pine trees if you hit it long and too the right! Your last obstacle for this hole is one of our well-known turtle-back shaped greens. This one stoops from the back to the front. Once you sink the putt, it’s off to the next hole!
Hole 2 - Par 4
A shorter par four, with a large photogenic tree guarding the fairway. This tree is the same tree we use in our logo! To get past it, you need to decide if you can slice or draw better. You’ll break right through! This green is another turtle back shaped one, so aim for the center to keep your ball from rolling off
Hole 3 - Par 5
This is a par five that you can definitely make. Just be wary of the woods on both sides and keep your drive to the center or just slightly left so you have the best set up for your second shot. Once you’re on the fairway, don’t go right for the green. Instead, think about your best scoring club and use your second shot to get to a spot where you can use that club. After that, it’s all up to your putting game!
Hole 4 - Par 3
This hole is a great place to take a breath and get your bearings. Your biggest challenge here is our turtle back green. The right side acts like a tough outer shell, bouncing away golf balls. As long as you avoid it, you should be golden!
Hole 5 - Par 4
There are two approaches to this hole. If you shape your shot from right to left, you can use a driver to leave yourself a short shot to the green. Otherwise, you can hit a long iron or fairway wood to the right center, then aim your second shot to the center of the green to keep it from rolling off.
Hole 6 - Par 4
Looks can be deceiving on this hole! Most players might be tempted to hit a driver to try and go straight for the green, but there are trees guarding both sides. A safter play is to pick the club that will leave you with a second shot with your favorite scoring club in your hands. Try to stay to the left of the fairway, the trees to the left are further out than the trees on the right side making it an easier shot.
Hole 7 - Par 5/6
This hole is a long double dog leg par 5 and has tress guarding both sides of the fairway, making this one double trouble. Hit your second shot to the left side of the fairway, and hit it long. If you don’t, you could find your ball heading straight for the large tree that’s guarding the smaller green.
Hole 8 - Par 4
A perfect tee shot is the key for a great score on this hole. Big hitters can hit a high tee shot that shapes to the left to get you past the dog leg. Another option is to aim straight pass the 150 marker to have a clear shot to the green. Once you’re ready to hit at the green, avoid hitting the left side, as your ball can roll right off.
Hole 9 - Par 3
The weather plays a major role at this hole. If the wind is hitting your face from the direction of the club house, the hole will play longer than the yardage says. It can pick up more speed than you think! Be careful as you approach the green. It’s sloped from top to bottom, so any shot that goes over the green will be tough.