#1– Par 4, 393 yards, dogleg right, uphill – Favor left side of fairway with drive. Out-of-bounds on both sides. Bunkers on both sides of green, which slopes from back to front. Tough first hole when wind is from south.
#2– Par 3, 207 yards – Huge green is bunkered front left and right. Undulations in green are tricky.
#3– Par 5, 515 yards, sharp dogleg left – Big hitters can cut corner if they can get their ball up quickly over the trees. Otherwise, a drive down the middle with draw will work well. Second shot should stay left center of fairway to avoid pond on right and hidden fairway bunker on right. Two more bunkers front left and front center. Green slopes vigorously from back to front and from left to right.
#4– Par 4, 403 yards, hard dogleg right- Big hitters risk driving across pond to cut off dogleg. Safer play is straightaway fade to bottom of valley. Another pond on left of green. Real challenge is approach shot to green that runs away from you and right to left. High lofted shot is best to keep ball on green. Bunker front left is deep and bunker back right is trouble.
#5– Par 4, 437 yards, dogleg left – Pond on right is in play short and long. Drive down middle with draw is best. Approach shot is to elevated green that slopes severely from back to front and somewhat from left to right. Bunker front right.
#6–Par 4, 420 yards, slight dogleg right – Hitting a straight drive is imperative because out-of-bounds right as well as left. Left of center fairway is preferable, leaving open shot to green. Then there is pond on left of green and bunkers front left and front right. Green slopes from back to front and right to left.
#7–Par 4, 354 yards, dogleg right – Pond in play short and long. Big hitters cut off as much dogleg as they dare. Otherwise, drive with slight fade will play well. Approach shot needs to avoid front center bunker which catches many balls. Green tilts hard from left to right.
#8– Par 3, 192 yards – Judging wind speed and direction is everything on tee shot. Green has two distinct sections. Right side slopes so strong from back to front that many balls roll off green and downhill. Left side slopes from right to left and not as strong from back to front.
#9– Par 4, 353 yards, dogleg left – Precise drive down middle is needed to avoid trees and pond on the right and trees and bunker the on left. Approach shot is uphill to elevated green that slopes sharply from back to front. Bunkers left side and front right.
#10– Par 5, 526 yards, dogleg right – Favor left side of fairway with drive but watch out-of-bounds. Bunker between fairways at top of rise. Well-placed drive makes green reachable with good approach shot, except when south wind howls. Bunkers front left and front right. Green slopes from right to left.
#11– Par 4, 360 yards, dogleg right – Left is better than right with driver, avoiding trees and creek and pond on right. Approach shot needs to avoid front right bunker. Green is relatively flat but has sneaky undulations.
#12– Par 3, 153 yards – Uphill shot requires reading wind and correct club selection. Bunkers on front right and back left. Green slopes hard from back to front and spine down middle will direct shots hard left or gentle right.
#13– Par 4, 459 yards, slight dogleg left – Gentle draw or high fade off tee box is good and avoids creek on right and out-of-bounds left. Approach shot should be to left side of green, which slopes from left to right. Bunker front right catches lots of balls because of slope of fairway. With strong south wind many approach shots finish over this green.
#14– Par 4, 450 yards, dogleg left – From the tee box this hole doglegs left. Green is triangular and has three sections. Front section slopes back to front. Back right section slopes left to right. Back left section slopes slightly right to left. Bunker on front right.
#15– Par 3, 208 yards – Bunker on right side. Front portion of green slopes severely from back to front. Back portion of green slopes from left to right.
#16– Par 5, 490 yards, slight dogleg right – Keep your tee shot left of tree in middle of fairway or you will be in Valley of Sin on right. One of flattest fairways on course. Two fairway bunkers about 100 yards from green on left and right. Bunkers front right and front left of green. Huge green and windiest on course.
#17– Par 4, 431 yards, dogleg left – Looks a lot like #13 and plays like it, except fairway slopes more severely from left to right. Daunting driving hole. Gentle draw or high fade needed. Approach shot should be to left side of green, which slopes heavy from left to right. Greenside bunkers left and right.
#18– Par 4, 358 yards, dogleg right – Drive must be on left side of fairway to avoid trees on approach shot. There is a rock-filled creek at lowest spot in valley. Green is bunkered front right, back right and front left. Green slopes hard from back to front. Some pin positions make putting extremely difficult.