Get the kinks out, this is our best warm-up hole. Take out your most consistent teeing-off club and smooth it down the middle. Don’t be tempted by a deep right pin, hit to the middle of the green and walk away with your first par!
Keep your head down, there’s trouble everywhere! Start with a tee shot aimed at the 150 stake and you can stay between the water on both sides of the fairway. This is a large green so be sure to adjust your club choice according to the depth of the pin and aim your approach between the deep traps which guard both sides of the green. A par here should make your day.
You can go straight at the green and hope for a short second shot, or play a safe tee shot short of the left fairway bunkers for a medium length approach shot. Slicers beware!! There’s a hidden pond off to the right. Our largest green has two tiers, so try to get on the correct half on your approach.
With a huge bunker right, and a deep pot bunker middle-left, the easy play is to the front left portion of the green.
A safe second shot down the middle should leave you in good position to attack the pin. The green is relatively flat, making this hole one of the best chances for birdie on the course.
This short par 4 rewards control over distance. A good shot with your “go-to” club will help avoid the bunkers right and left. If the green-side bunkers have you questioning your pin-seeking instincts, the middle of this green is the play for an easy two putt.
This short and sweet par three has produced more aces than any other hole on the course. Forget the sand and water, and knock it in the hole.
The longest par four hole on the course. Hit it square and don’t try to overpower it, or you’ll take a big number from the trees, bunkers or water. Nothing wrong with a bogey here.
Your layup and approach shots each require precision, so keep it in play with your most trusted clubs and you’ll finish strong – ready to play another day.