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428 • 403 • 358 • 302 Par 4

34 Green depth.

+17 -5

-2

-17

117

160

119

150 135 184 188 194

Hazard & landmark yardages are measured to the center of the green.

Green diagram shows yardages +/from the center of the green.

This dogleg left par four usually plays down wind. The trick is to keep tee shots rightcenter, but in the fairway. A good drive will leave a straightforward mid-iron approach. Bear in mind that the wind will make it difficult to hold this green, which has bunkers in back to catch errant shots.


381 • 347 • 300 • 256 29 +15

Par 4

-2

-14

101

150 B 142

192 A 173

Tee yardages are measured from the tee markers to the corresponding letters around the fairway.

A 212 175 133 87

B 228 195 155 111

A good drive over the two bunkers will leave a mid-toshort-iron approach to a wide, slightly elevated green. Beware of the pot bunker in the front.


145 • 120 • 104 • 85 +21

Par 3 +5 -9 -21

42

80 101

113 120 120 123 140 145 With a landing area that is (in some spots) less than ten yards deep, the trick to this 3-par is to select the right club and aim for the center of the green. When the pin is on the back right section of the green, the safest route is to keep it left of the pin.


509 • 490 • 455 • 384 Par 5 29 +15 +5

-6

81

D

-14

90 146 144

C

195 B

285 A

321

267

B to C= 130 B to D = 193

A 194 170 147 72

B 226 202 169 105

Make note of the yardages to carry the traps. A more conservate route is to play an iron short of the traps followed by another long iron shot which should leave you within striking distance of hitting the green in three.


362 • 334 • 306 • 247 26 Restrooms& Water

Par 4

+13 +2 -4

71

C

-13

96 133 A

147 159 188 180

B A 177 150 124 70

A straight par 4 with trouble on both sides off the tee. A longleft tee shot will find water. A good tee shot in the right center of the fairway leaves a short iron into this shallow, wide green. Hitting an iron off the tee is the safest and most effective choice.

B 198 171 145 84

C 260 233 207 152


198 • 178 • 149 • 115 Par 3 +12

+3

24 -3

-12

102 115

113

138 Rule 26-1: A) Play a ball as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was played; or B) Drop a ball behind the water hazard, keeping the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard directly between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped, with no limit to how far behind the water hazard the ball may be dropped.

149

149

159 167

178

189 198 201

200

It's better to err on the longer side, so take enough club. Beware of the wind blowing from the left. Most shots long will remain in the hillside roughs.


351 • 329 • 304 • 252 Par 4 +15

30

-4

-15

97 A

127 133 150

136 165

199 A 226 200 172 125 Play your tee shot left of center to open up the best angle into the green. OB long and left of the green.


198 • 172 • 155 • 114 Par 3 +14

+2

27 -13

105 114

143

142

157 159 164 172 188 198

Take plenty of club and don't let the trades fool you into overswinging as an easier swing will typically create a lowertrajectory shot.


34

547 • 526 • 467 • 412 +17

Par 5 -17

C

110

116

125 157 208 277 A

292

The second shot is where you need to use your head. After a good drive, do your best to lay up with whatever it takes to put that ball in the fairway just in front of or past the pot bunkers. A steep, uphill approach shot will require at least an extra club. Landing the ball short of the pin will allow for a bolder putting stroke.

Water Station

B

B to C= 178 A 252 230 171 124

B 263 241 182 130


474 • 440 • 424 • 324 Par 4

37

+19

90 115

-3

142

-18

175 A 214 234

210 227 A 247 214 200 100 Look for the directional stake in the center of the fairway. A very good drive will still leave you a mid-to-long iron shot, or possibly a wood. Favor the left side of the green for the more conservative approach.

Restrooms&Water


416 • 398 • 354 • 282 Par 4

24

+12 +9

-6 -12

66 106

A

133 148 161 211 248

Favor the right side of this fairway on your tee shot. You'll need two more clubs to reach this elevated green. If you fall short, your ball will role backwards down the hill. To play safe, plan to hit beyond the pin. The slope in back of the green will stop the ball.

A 312 289 247 177


424 • 403 • 395 • 308 36

Par 4 +18

-11 -18

122 150 161

A

221

B 200

A 219 198 195 121

B 250 227 217 137

A long carry to cut the corner, and little room for error on the right side. The best and safest drive is to aim at the directional stake or slightly left depending on the prevailing wind. A second shot from the upper level of this hole is your best bet. You’ll be left with a midiron shooting down to this inviting green.


516 • 489 • 433 • 372 Par 5

38

+19

88

C

98

-1

109 -19

145 185 B

238 254 A

263

A to C= 175 A 297 221 166 108

For the big hitter, a good tee shot puts the green within reach in two. Drive to center of fairway, with the wind at your back, no need to kill it! You can run the ball through the gap of the greenside bunkers, as a deep green awaits.

B 272 246 191 133


340 • 316 • 298 • 273 Par 4 24 +12 +5 0

-12

B

71 84

126

A

137 163

200

A 205 181 162 140

B 265 240 222 199

A short 4 par many will try to drive. Beware of the hazards left. The smart play is to play down the center of the fairway leaving a short-iron approach to this shallow green. Beware of hidden bunkers on the right front. Also, trouble looms over the green.

Restrooms& Water


428 • 416 • 373 • 298 33

+17

+3 +1

85

A

-16

94 124 149 149

A 298 279 243 171

178

A good tee shot will favor the right side of the fairway. Be Aware Of The Deep Drainage Basin At The Front Of The Green. If you decide to lay up in front of drainage basin, be aware terrain from 127 yards (tree) to basin is downhill. Don’t hit too much club.

215

Par 4


346 • 326 • 300 • 195 +11

Par 4 22

-11

D

43 C

56 77

81

B

89 111 114 149

A

131

162 A 220 199 176 74

B 245 221 198 96

C 280 259 236 134

D 285 261 238 136

Favor the right side of this narrow fairway. Avoid hitting your second shot left of the green as there is a sharp drop in elevation leaving a difficult pitch back.


190 • 168 • 142 • 78 Par 3 +20

39

-19

72 80

120

141

142 141 160 168

A straight-away par-3. The usual tradewind will push the ball right. Be aware of the hidden pot bunker on the right.

173

165

180 185 191


588 • 558 • 516 • 471 30

Par 5 +15 +8

66 B

100

-9

104 173

-15

175 168 A to B= 212

240 300

Keep your tee shot left-center. Play your second toward the rightside of large bunker on the left. The goal here is to stay left all the way, as water looms along the right side and the tradewind tends to come from the left. Keep it low, and consider par a good way to finish!

A

A 267 231 194 151



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