A gentle dogleg left to start your round. Avoid the bunker off the tee and you will have a straightforward approach to a slightly tiered green. Be sure to play your approach to the proper tier of the green for the easiest putt.
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Play a tee shot over the creek to a slightly elevated green. The best play is to aim for the middle of the green to set up an easy two putt.
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Your first real scoring opportunity. Most players will play this as a 3 shot par 5. Avoid the fairway bunker off the tee, a simple lay up of approximately 180 yards, capped off with a wedge to a narrow long green. The more daring player can challenge the creek on the second shot and find the putting surface. The relatively flat green yields lots of makeable putts.
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One of the more difficult par 4’s. Position your tee shot in the saddle between the left hillside and the fairway bunker on the right. This will leave a level lie for your approach to the green. The downhill approach plays shorter than the yardage. Leave your approach below the hole for a makeable putt. Any putt from long of the pin will be very difficult.
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This par 5 requires a small fade off the tee to avoid the trees jutting out from the right side of the landing area. Play a layup with your second shot to your favorite wedge distance, being sure to avoid the fairway bunker. A well played third will result in another good birdie opportunity.
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This is a short par 4 that is more about precision than power. The further you hit your tee shot the narrower the landing area becomes, pinched on the left by a bunker and trees on the right. This green slopes away from the player so play short of the pin. The front right bunker is a difficult up and down.
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This is the most difficult par 4 on the course. Players must shape their tee shot from left to right around the corner of the dogleg. A drive too far left will require a draw on the second shot around a stand of trees 75 yards from the green. The landing area is very generous for tee shots that leave you 180-200 yards from the green. The green will challenge you with a false front and many small slopes throughout.
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The player faces another tee shot that favors precision over power. Favor the left side of the fairway on this dogleg right hole. Shots left on the right of the fairway will be blocked out by trees. After the tee shot a straightforward approach will setup another good birdie opportunity.
Proceed through the tunnel to #9.
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This par 3 plays entirely over water. There is bailout room to the left if you are not comfortable. The green features several mounds and slopes throughout. A well played tee shot will be rewarded with a good opportunity for birdie.
Feel free to stop by the clubhouse for some refreshments before continuing on to #10.
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From this elevated tee you will want to position your tee shot short of the creek crossing the fairway. Ideally you want to leave yourself 100-150 yards from the green. An approach shot played over the creek to the relatively flat green yields another good birdie chance.
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Play your tee shot left of the large cedar tee in the right side of the fairway. Your second shot plays longer up the hill to the green. This green features two distinct tiers. Find the proper tier and you will have a good chance at birdie. Find the wrong tier and a two putt will be hard earned.
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This is a straightaway par 5 with two fairway bunkers on the right side to avoid with your tee shot. To have a shot at this green in two you should play your drive down the left side of the fairway. Second and third shots must pass between two tall evergreens short of the green. There is also a pond protecting the right side of this green. Generally putts on this green will break away from the pond.
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The tee shot on this straightaway hole needs to be positioned in the fairway to the right of the bunker. Then the approach shot plays uphill to a three tiered green. It is critical to hit the proper tier with your approach. Putting from the wrong tier almost guarantees a 3 putt.
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This hole plays significantly downhill. Your tee shot will play 10-12 yards less than the actual yardage. The green is very wide right to left, but extremely narrow from front to back. At all costs players must avoid the bunker short of the green.
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This hole requires precision from the tee to position your ball for an easier approach. The hill on the left will feed your ball back to the fairway. Your approach shot is played over a pond to a narrow green. Avoid the rough and water and birdie is a real possibility.
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A long uphill par 3 that requires at least one more club than the distance indicates. You are better long than short on this hole as shots coming up short will roll back down the hill stopping 50+ yards from the green. Also avoid the greenside bunker as it is a very difficult spot to get up and down from.
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Tee it high and let it fly off this elevated tee. Tee shots that avoid the fairway bunker will be rewarded with an opportunity to go for the green in two. The second shot is slightly blind over a ridge in the fairway. If you are laying up favor the right side of the fairway as the green angles from right to left. The green slopes severely off the back edge it is better to putt from short and right of most pins.
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Depending on your tee this dogleg right plays either gently or severely from left to right. Play your drive to the 150 yard marker favoring the left side of the dogleg to allow a shot to the green. Your second shot will play severely uphill to a two tiered green. Par here is a great score and birdies are extremely rare.
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