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Straight away tree lined Par 5 with bunkers coming into play on tee shot and approach shots.
Tree lined Par 4 with fairway doglegging left. Island style green with water protecting the sides and back of green.
Par 4 with slight doglegging left fairway, water runs adjacent left side of fairway, The green is long and narrow with water on left and sand bunkers on right.
Dogleg left Par 4 with risk/reward tee shot, creek cuts across fairway approximately 200 yards from tee box. You can lay up short for a middle iron approach shot, or go for it and have a 50-70 yard approach.
Par 4 bending right requiring accurate tee shot. Approach shot to green is a force carry over wetlands.
Medium length Par 5 with tree lined fairway with water adjacent left side of fairway. Good drive would allow you to go for the green in your second shot. Green protected with water in front and sand bunkers on right.
Par 3 with mounding on both side of green. Plays longer then the yardage indicates.
Straightaway Par 4 with huge Spruce trees adjacent both sides of fairway and around the green. Fairway bunkers require tee shots to be accurate.
Very tight Par 3 making a straight tee shot necessary. Trees surround the green with sand bunkers stopping any shot over the green.
Par 4 doglegging to the right. Fairway is tree lined with an uphill approach shot to an elevated green bunkered on the left side.
Short Par 3 with green sloping severely from back to front. Sand bunkers located in front and right side of green.
Long Par 5 bending right, with water and trees to negotiate. Typically requires two shots to reach green. Long hitters can risk shooting over doglegs to reach green in two. Green is severally sloped left to right with sand bunker on both sides.
Short dogleg right Par 4 with trees adjacent right side of fairway and bunkers adjacent left. Green has water on left side and around back
Par 3 with well bunkered undulating green. A straight tee shot is required over wetlands.
Dogleg left Par 4 requiring a lay-up shot off the tee. Approach shot is over a creek to a small green with water adjacent to the right and back side. Long hitters can go for this green from the tee.
Straight away Par 4 with creek running adjacent to left side of fairway and trees to the right.
Long Par 5 requiring two long shots to get close to the green. Fairway has water and trees along left side and the fairway runs uphill for the last 200 yards. Green surrounded by trees.
Great Par 4 finishing hole, tee shot requires length and accuracy. Fairway is tree lined with a pond on the right side. The fairway narrows toward a severely sloping green with large Spruce trees catching errant shots.
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