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The Course

Hole 1

Hole 2

Hole 3

Hole 4

Hole 5

Hole 6

Hole 7

Hole 8

Hole 9

Hole 10

Hole 11

Hole 12

Hole 13

Hole 14

Hole 15

Hole 16

Hole 17

Hole 18


This opening par 4 requires a well-placed tee shot. The easiest way to play this hole is to lay up behind the bunker on the left side of the fairway. Be careful with your second shot – long or left is trouble.

The best tee shot position is left of center. Second shot beware, bunkers right, left and long.

A 210 yard tee shot leaves you in the prime landing area for a three shot play at this par 5. Big hitters beware as the fairway is guarded by a grouping of mounds that narrows the farther you hit. A layup to the hundred yard marker leaves you the best shot into this small, bunker guarded green.

An uphill par 3. A deep bunker is pin high right and a shallow bunker is long. Best miss would be short right.

A gentle dog leg right, you’ll want to be in the fairway to have a chance of hitting this green in regulation. An elevated green guarded by a large bunker left means your best miss is short right.

A deceivingly tough par 4, stay to the left side of the fairway on the tee shot to have a chance at the green. The longer the drive, the tighter the landing area. A shorter club off the tee left of center is ideal.

Large bunkers loom down the right side of this fairway. A shorter club off the tee left of center will open up your second shot into this small bunker guarded green.

This narrow down hill par 4 is the number one handicap hole and begins the journey through AMEN CORNER. Driver off the tee might not be worth the risk. Out of Bounds and tall trees line the right side of the fairway. Second shot trouble is left or long.

A tree framed par 3 that plays over a canyon to a green that slopes away and left. Try to leave your ball below the hole.

Hole #10 plays 560 yards from the white tees. On tournament day it will play 590. An average to good tee shot will leave you a 180 yard carry over water to a narrow landing area, with hazard left and trees right. Perfect 3rd shot position still leaves 80-130 yards into a two-tier narrow green over a potentially dangerous bunker. Five is a great score!

This sharp dog leg left demands an accurate tee shot. Ideal would be 220 straight up hill. From this landing area you will be left with 130 yards. Beware – this small tricky green can make par 4 a true challenge.

The final hole of AMEN CORNER. This slight dog leg right can play tough. Driver will go through the fairway left and into a 50+ yard bunker right. Greenside trees are left and another bunker long.

Various tee areas can give this par 3 multiple looks. Twin old growth timbers guard the front of this green. Bunkers are left and long. A true test at 155 yards.

This 340 yard par 4 has plenty of room off the tee. The last 100 yards is downhill. Watch out for the small pot bunker right front.

White tees measure 421 yards. Out of bounds lines the entire left side of the fairway. A long well positioned tee shot is critical to have any chance of hitting this green in regulation. This large undulating green will demand good touch to avoid a three-putt.

Hole #16 is a beautiful par 3. Hitting from an elevated tee can be tricky due to the crosswind that is always a factor. Be sure you carry the ball far enough, water guards the front and left side of the green. If the pin is tucked left, don’t bail out too much right, or a very difficult chip or pitch remains.

345 yards up hill plays much longer. Right center tee shot will give a good angle in. Miss this target right or left will probably seal you an extra stroke.

Dog leg right down hill. Driver will go through the fairway left and into trees. An ideal tee shot will shape left to right. A well placed tee shot right of center will avoid the large old growth fir tree guarding the green.