This straight away Par 4 gives ample room to swing driver. Favor the right side to open up the green which is protected by bunkers on both sides.
With an elevated tee, this Par 5 is the classic risk/reward scenario for big hitters. From the tee, avoid the hazard all the way up the right side and you could be in good position to make an easy par or a one putt birdie. Beware of the water short and left of the green.
Hitting the fairway on this one is strongly recommended. No need to hit driver – just avoid the bunkers, and you’ll have a manageable second shot into this back to front sloping green.
This intimidating Par 3 has plagued many a golfer. With water immediately right of the green, the short bunker isn’t a bad place to miss. Choose a club long enough to carry the bunker and favor the left side.
This reachable Par 5 favors a slight cut from the tee. There is a lateral hazard all the way down the left, so if you bail, bail right. Entry to this green is narrow, so if you can’t fly it all the way, lay up to a reliable distance.
This down-hill Par 3 is one of our best. From the back tee, a large willow left, protects the back left portion of this green. Choose your club wisely as anything struck a little off center, could end up wet.
No need to hit the driver here, just put something into play. But if you do, you could leave a short pitch into this long green. Over this green is in trouble, and avoid the water short and right.
There’s plenty of room off the tee on this dog-leg left par 4. The green slopes from back to front and from right to left. If the pin position is back, play to the middle. Don’t go long!!
A slight cut from the tee will put you into prime position to make birdie, but beware of the O.B. down the right side. The green is protected by bunkers right and left, but is mostly flat. Don’t go long here – It may be your car the you hit.
Avoid the bunker down the left side off this tee and choose your approach club wisely. Anything short of this green will be wet.
A well struck driver over the middle of the bunker, will put you in prime position. The smart play is out to the corner, leaving a very manageable shot to the green.
This Par 3 green slopes from back to front, with a collection area on the left side. Avoid the greenside bunkers and par shouldn’t be a problem.
While this long Par 4 has plenty of room off the tee, big hitters may still want to hit a 3-wood. The green is gently sloped from back to front, and is protected by bunkers on both sides. Shots running on to this green should kick left.
This dog-leg right, par 5 is a 3 shot hole. Avoid the water and willows down the right, and watch out for OB just left of the pines. Keep it in the fairway on your second shot, and you’ll have an easy approach into this back-to-front sloping green.
Avoid the fairway bunkers and favor the left side to open up the best approach to this green. Two bunkers around the front portion of this green protect the short pin.
As Pebble Creek’s longest hole, this Par 5 requires 3 solid shots. Don’t worry about the long drive, just keep it in play off the tee, and advance your layup to a comfortable approach distance. Bunkers left and short right protect this green.
This is one of our toughest Par 3’s. A play to the front of the green is never a bad option and takes the bunkers out of play. The green slopes from back to front, and those who hit this green will probably see their ball run left as it comes to a stop.
A great finishing hole, this Par 4 requires precision off the tee. One of the deeper greens on the course. Consider an extra club for back pin positions.