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Short par 4 over the road. With a pond on the right and long bunkers on both sides of the green, an iron is the best play.
Straight away par 5. Small creek runs down the right side and comes into play on your approach. Beware of large oak tree on the right side of the green.
Grip it and rip it down the middle. Second shot plays longer because of long uphill green.
Narrow hole with a creek that runs through the middle of the fairway. Playing one more club is smarter due to deep bunkers on the left and trees on the right.
A straight forward uphill par 4 will need two solid shots to get there. Two clubs more should get you on the putting surface. Don't be short!
Longest par 5. Hillside on the left leaves a dangerous lie. A good 3-wood or 2-iron will put you on the putting surface for an easy birdie.
Short par 3 with a large green and bunkers in front. Take enough club!
Dogleg left. Being on the right side of the fairway gives you a great angle. Watch out long! A pond is just behind the green.
Easy uphill par 3. Distance must be spot on with OB long and bunkers short.
light dogleg left. Tall trees line the left and right.
Stay long to avoid the 3 bogey bunkers in front.
Challenging par 3 requires an accurate club selection. Try to stay below the pin.
One of the longest par 4s on the course. Two long and straight shots might get you there. Par is a great score.
Favor the right center of the fairway. Watch out for overhanging trees on approach.
Tight par 4. Take iron off tee. Set up a short iron to an uphill approach.
Dogleg right par 5. Nice fade off the tee will set you up. Hit it close to the green or lay up to a good yardage.
Narrow par 4. Watch the hazard on the left. Stay short to have an easy uphill putt.
Straight away par 5. Aim on the left side of the fairway. Huge overhanging sycamore tree on your approach. Stay low!
Long demanding par 3. Take enough club as the shot usually plays into the wind!