Hole 1 Par 4 + Handicap 11
Drive should be played down the right side of this generous fairway rolling downhill to a large green bunkered on the front left. Avoid going long and over the green at all costs.
Hole 2 Par 5 + Handicap 9
After a downhill tee ball this par 5 will require that you twice cross the creek. The approach to an elevated green requires great accuracy especially given the depth of the greenside bunkers.
Hole 3 Par 4 + Handicap 5
Slightly uphill, this dogleg left plays longer than the yardage. Playing to the back of this green will avoid large greenside bunkers.
Hole 4 Par 3 + Handicap 17
this delightful par 3 is located at the highest point of the property. While the canyon may appear intimdating from the tee, the real adventure will likely be the green with its many interesting angles and slopes.
Hole 5 Par 4 + Handicap 1
A fade is ideal on this picturesque funnel-like par 4. A downhill second shot to the shallow green with only one visible bunker should prove challenging. Beware of a second large bunker behind the green.
Hole 6 Par 5 + Handicap 7
Dramatic fairway bunkering highlights this unique par 5. The bunker in the center of the fairway provides an opportunity to play toward the green on either the left side for a more elevated approach, or the right side, level with the putting surface. This gentle green will allow many putts to drop.
Hole 7 Par 4 + Handicap 3
this beautiful dogleg left is surrounded by the look of an enchanted forest with lush oak woodlands, a riparian stream and incredible vine growth. It may be easy to forget you are actually playing golf.
Hole 8 Par 3 + Handicap 15
Club selection is important to ensure you carry the wetlands and center to the right is the best place for your ball to rest upon the green.
Hole 9 Par 4 + Handicap 13
A liberal fairway will likely lull you until your second shot must be played to avoid the large oak tree left and bunkers right. Take care to ensure you carry the large front bunker.
Hole 10 Par 5 + Handicap 12
A wonderful driving hole framed by two large oaks. Your second shot should stay right to avoid the fairway bunkering. This very large and undulating green will be a welcome sight after avoiding several greenside bunkers.
Hole 11 Par 4 + Handicap 2
This straightaway seems to pose no problem from the tee. However, the bunkers that may appear to be greenside are actually well short of the putting surface.
Hole 12 Par 3 + Handicap 16
Play your shot to avoid the dramatic bunkering left of the green. Everything tends to slope towards the creek and a shot played a little short and right will always be safest. Have fun.
Hole 13 Par 4 + Handicap 6
The tee ball should avoid the single bunker inside the fairway of this dogleg right. The uphill approach plays over a very large single bunker with plenty of room for chipping over the green.
Hole 14 Par 4 + Handicap 10
This interesting par 4 turns hard right around a large dune to a partially hidden green. A significant amount of open space is available for anyone right of the green offering plenty of chipping opportunities.
Hole 15 Par 4 + Handicap 14
Bunkers, bunkers, bunkers help define this great, short par 4. With the fairway bending slightly to the right, the flag is often hidden because of the elevated grene. best to trust the yardage.
Hole 16 Par 5 + Handicap 8
Several bunkers line this long hole making accuracy a must. The approach is relatively simple with a green that is very accessible from the front. The center of the green will allow the best opportunity to read the contours.
Hole 17 Par 3 + Handicap 18
A gorgeous view of the mountains may take your focus away momentarily. Be certain it returns in time to carry the front bunkers. Chipping and putting from the rear offers the best opportunities.
Hole 18 Par 4 + Handicap 4
Heading back home with a slight draw, this hole plays predominately downwind. Your shot to the green will be best played to the left side and of course to the left of the water.