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5
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A solid starting hole, where par is a good score on this medium range 4 par. There is out of bounds left and tricky mounding in the landing area. With the hole location up front keep your approach shot below the hole.

Hole 1

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3
4
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The straight forward 5 par can be reached in two by big hitters. Fairway bunkers left and right should be avoided. A shot in the left fairway bunker is certain bogey or worse. The green is small with two-tier contouring from left to right and is well protected by bunkers right and front left.

Hole 2

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7
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North West

Hole 3

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9
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North West

Three is a good score here. The long narrow green is a difficult target for mid to long irons and fairway woods. The green is bunkered left and right, and water is in play for wayward shots short right.

Hole 4

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17
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West

Hole 5

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6
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South

The longest hole on the course requires three good shots for all but the longest hitters. The tee shot is demanding with out of bounds and left. The pond right of the green begins 120 yards out and is very much in play. The long green makes club selection change by three clubs depending on the hole location.

Hole 6

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11
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East

The steep drop off on the left side of the green funnels shots to the bunkers well below the green. A sand save out of these bunkers is a great play. Two bunkers guard the right side and when the wind is up anywhere on the green is considered a good shot.

Hole 7

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15
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Eight is short but dangerous. Water runs all along the left side jutting into the middle of the fairway 130 yards from the green. The trees on the right are not a good option, making a lay-up short of the water a smart play. The approach shot is better left below the hole.

Hole 8

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13
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From the back markers, the tee shot is all carry over water. There is plenty of room for tee shots but favor the right side. Place your second shot on the correct level of the three-tier green to have a good putt at birdie.

Hole 9

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10
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This mid-length, dogleg right par four starts the back nine off similarly to the font. Shots through the corner of the fairway or short of the corner require some shot making. Again, your best chance to score well is to stay below the hole.

Hole 10

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4
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Straight away 4 par, nothing fancy. Trees frame the fairway on the left and the right. Water is in play for weak shots to the right. The small, undulating green usually requires careful reading. A three will win this hole most of the time.

Hole 11

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6
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East

Slight dogleg right makes for the most demanding tee shot on the course. Players are forced into a left to right tee shot. The shallow green is overshot frequently and up and in from the back of the green is not an easy task.

Hole 12

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8
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Out of bounds left and lateral hazard right. The narrow approach to the green is hard to hit from the left of the fairway. Pot-bunkers front left with the back bunker make for an intimidating shot. There are few straight putts on the front 2/3 of the green, which slopes sharply to the front and left to right.

Hole 13

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16
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East

Hole 14

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2
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East

A terrific 4 par, demanding shots are required off the tee and for the approach. Water crosses the fairway 90 yards short of the green. You will always feel good walking off this green with par.

Hole 15

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14
4
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North

The short 5 par plays longer than the yardage indicates, with the fairway sloping against the tee shot. Approach shots missing the green right leave difficult up and ins. Overall, the hole offers a good chance for birdie.

Hole 16

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18
3
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North

Our signature 3 par. Although a short hole, the tee shot is all carry over a water hazard. The large rolling green is also protected by bunkers front-right, left and back. A shot on the green can still require a lot of work to make par.

Hole 17

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12
8
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North

Eighteen is your last chance and a good opportunity to make birdie. The front-right bunker leaves only a narrow opening to the front of the green and bunkers left and right make the approach for longer shots more hazardous.

Hole 18

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