- A tee shot down the left side of the fairway gives you a view of the small, flat green. Make your miss short of the green, because from anywhere else it’s a tough up-and-down.
- Anywhere in the wide-open fairway is a good tee shot on this relatively short par 5. Longer hitters can go for the green in two, but if you miss let, right or long, par is not a given.
- Take one extra club on this short par 3 to get to the green. Beware OB on the right.
- This reachable par 4 for the longer hitters can return a birdie with a good tee shot, but double bogey can come into play if the tee shot drifts right and OB. The safe tee shot is well short and right of the sloping hill, leaving a short approach to the green.
- The longest par 4 on the course and often into the wind, this hole requires 2 solid shots to make the green.
- It’s birdie time! This short par 5 is an opportunity to make up a shot, but beware OB on the right. If you miss the green on the approach, miss left.
- If you can avoid the trees left on the fairway with your tee shot, you’ll have a short iron to the green. The putt from back to front is slower than you think!
- This par 3 will test your mid-iron skills. Like all holes on this course, long is wrong.
- Favor the right side of the fairway on the tee shot, or you may be stitched by a tree on your approach to the green through the opening on the left