||The first hole is a medium-length par-4. Most players will use a
fairway wood or long iron to avoid driving through the fairway. The
green is protected on the right side by a large, deep bunker. The
best approach to the green is from the left side of the fairway.
Birdie opportunities are abundant.
||This is a slight downhill par-4 of medium length. Players will use
a driver to avoid two right fairway bunkers and one small, deep pot
bunker on the left side. Second shot is played to a small green,
well-protected by a right-side bunker. It's a difficult hole
depending on wind conditions.
||This is a long par 5 reached in two by only the biggest hitters. A
player's tee shot must avoid a huge bunker on the left and a small
stream on the right. The second shot must avoid sand traps in the
landing area and water hazard fronting the green. The green is
split level, protected in front and rear by deep bunkers. Accuracy
is essential on each shot for a good birdie opportunity.
||This is the shortest of the par 3s. The green has three distinct
levels, well-protected by surrounding bunkers. Putting can be a
||This is a long, straight par 4 with out-of-bounds down the entire
right side. The enormous green is guarded on the left by a lone
bunker. This hole is extremely difficult if a strong prevailing
wind is present.
||Depending on the wind, this hole can be very difficult or very
easy. The tee shot sets the tone. The player must avoid the left
and right fairway cross bunkers. More bunkers are right and left of
the green, and birdies are a common score.
||This is the longest of the par 3s, requiring the fairway wood to
long iron from the tee. Bunkers are on both sides of the green with
an abrupt slope protecting the opening to this green.
||This is a long dogleg to the left. A directional bunker in the
right-center of the fairway, 300 yards from the tee, provides
players the line off the tee. A big, grass swale exists on the
right side of the green. Par is a good score.
||This is a medium length, par-4 dogleg to the right. Players must
avoid a deep bunker on the right side of the fairway. The green is
wide but short, protected by a front pot bunker, grassy hollow
back-left and a deep bunker to the right. A significant ridge
bisects this green, making putting a challenge.
||This is a definite dogleg to the right. The player has three tee
choices: a driver, fairway wood or long iron. A deep bunker defines
the dogleg to the right. The second shot is a short iron played to
an uphill green guarded by bunkers right and left.
||This is a demanding and dangerous hole. The lake along the entire
left side is the player's biggest concern. A beach bunker protects
the left front of this green with a hidden bunker behind the green.
A good, strong hole with par always a good score.
||Here's a difficult par 3 with water guarding the entire right side
and sand bunkers to the left and behind. The green is long and
narrow with a two-club difference between the front and back pin
||This hole is a par 5 with a split fairway. Played downwind, the
shot is probably the right fairway, driving between the water and
island desert. If successful, playing right cuts 40-50 yards off
the length of the hole, making it reachable in two. The
conservative player goes to the left and the wider driving area,
however, eliminating a chance to reach this hole in two. The second
landing area is wide, protected by an enormous left bunker and
smaller right bunker. The green is small, guarded by a deep bunker
located on the right front.
||This is a par 4 that rises slightly uphill with mounding on both
sides of the driving area. The properly placed tee shot favors the
right side giving the player an advantage and visibility in playing
his second shot to a small green with bunkers on the right and
left. A good, demanding hole.
||Here's a reachable par 5. Water in play on the tee shot, second
shot and pitch to the island green. Scores range from 3-7 making it
a pivotal hole and exciting for the spectator.
||This is designer Tom Weiskopf's favorite par 3 on the stadium-style
course. The green is an elusive target, requiring accuracy. Scores
vary from 2-4, offering the player a good birdie opportunity.
||A very exciting par 4, this hole can be driven from the tee. Danger
lurks around the green with water and sand, and on both sides of
the fairway with sand. This hole demands accuracy and finesse,
rewarding placement of a long, straight drive. This is a great
risk/reward hole with eagle a real possibility.
||This is the most dramatic hole on the course with a large lake
along the left and sand on the right. Two bunkers give direction
for playing the tee shot, which is demanding. So. too. is the
second shot into the green with a very deep bunker to the right and
a difficult slope protecting the left side and front. This is a
demanding finishing hole, rewarding the proper placement of the tee
shot and execution of the second shot.