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Stroke Index 7
The course starts off with a medium length, dogleg right par 4 with a large fairway bunker on the inside of the dogleg.
Players wanting to get off to a good start will try to carry this bunker which leaves a short iron into this two-tiered green.
Longer second shots will have more trouble navigating over the front green side bunker which guards the front pin areas.
Stroke Index 17
This medium to long par 3 does not have any bunkers around the green but players still need to respect the deep hollow along the right side or they may find themselves with a rather difficult pitch shot onto the putting surface.
A ridge separates the right and left halves of the green so players need to be on the same side of this ridge as the pin to have a better chance to achieve a birdie.
Stroke Index 5
This straight away par 4 is protected along the right side of the fairway with one bunker.
Players wanting to stay up on the higher part of the fairway in order to have a second shot into the green that does not have to go over water will need to challenge these bunkers.
Those hitting left to avoid the fairway bunkers will need to hit over the lake that guards the left side of the green on their second shot.
The green moves the ball from right to left so keep the ball out to the right of the pin on the approach shot for the best result.
Stroke Index 9
This short par 4 gives the golfer two choices from the tee. Conservative players will keep their tee shots to the left of the right fairway bunkers but will leave a difficult second shot to a narrow green.
Those players that carry the right fairway bunkers will be rewarded by having a short wedge to the green for their second shot.
The green is well guarded in front and on the right with bunkers but the player needs to keep in mind that any approach shots that are hit too far over the front bunker has the chance of rolling down onto the lower back shelf of the green or beyond leaving difficult pitch shots back to the green.
Stroke Index 15
This short to medium length par 5 does not have any bunkers on the tee shot to allow the player to hit is as far as they can in order to try to go for the green in two shots.
Those wishing to go for the green will need to carry the high bunker complex short and right of the green and hope that their shot feeds down onto the green. Those wishing to choose a more conservative approach can hit a medium to long iron into the second landing area with is guarded by a large bunker to the right and a lake to the left. This will leave a short iron into the green.
Players need to keep a close eye on pin position because the left and right halves of the green are separated by the strongest elevation change on any of the greens.
Stroke Index 1
The longest par 4 on the golf course, this hole requires the player to hit two solid shots in a row in order to reach the green in regulation.
The fairway is guarded both right and left with bunkers but is wide and should give the player enough confidence to be aggressive off the tee.
The green is guarded along the right side with a beach bunker and a lake beyond but is set up as a semi-punch bowl in order to accept shots from the short and left side which will then move the ball to the right onto the putting surface. This allows players to use the slope to avoid the bunker and lake on the right.
Players will need to keep in mind, though, that any approach shots that land too short from the left side will leave very difficult pitch shots from the rough grass onto the green.
Stroke Index 11
This short par 3 sets up as an island green but is actually a peninsula with room beyond the green at the back for those players wishing to choose a longer club to help avoid the lake in front and sides.
The green is rather large so it will be important to try to keep the shot as close to the pin as possible to avoid too many putts.
A green side bunker to the left of the green will help catch any errant shots in this direction before finding a watery grave.
Stroke Index 13
This long par 5 will require three well placed shots in order to navigate through the lakes and bunkers.
The tee shot allows the player to take on as much of the lake as they want, leaving shorter second shots the further they aim left. Fairway bunkers along the right side will catch anyone hitting too far away from the lake.
The player will then need to avoid the lake along the right side of the second landing area but there is a ridge in the fairway that will help move the ball around this lake if hit properly down the right side.
The green is guarded along the right side with a beach bunker and grassy hollows along the left. The green is very long so the pin location will be paramount in choosing the correct club to hit the approach shot from.
Stroke Index 3
The front hine holes finish with a long, straight away par 4 which is guarded down the right side of the fairway with two bunkers.
There is plenty of room down the left side of the fairway to avoid the bunkers but this will leave a tough second shot over the lake and greenside bunker.
Players keeping their tee shots close to the fairway bunkers will have a much better angle into the green.
This green is also separated from the right and left sides with a ridge and is very long making it critical to correctly calculate the yardage on the approach shot depending upon pin position.
Stroke Index 6
The back nine gets off to a good start with a medium length par 4.
Players hitting close to the right fairway bunkers will be rewarded with a better angle for their approach shot into this tricky green.
The green is protected along the left side with a bunker and a deep grassy hollow out to the right for those players hitting too far away from the greenside bunker.
The green has a deep valley coming in from the left which separates the front and back portions of the green which puts a premium on selecting the proper club for the approach shot.
Stroke Index 18
This is the shortest par 3 on the golf course but by no means the easiest as it requires the player to hit a short iron onto an elevated green guarded by a deep bunker in front and grassy hollows all the way around.
The green is separated into three tiers with the highest in the middle and two lower pin areas to the right and left.
Any shots not finding the putting surface will require some finesse to get up and down.
Stroke Index 16
This is the shortest par 5 on the golf course and requires the player to hit their tee shot down the left side of the fairway as close to the left fairway bunkers as possible. This keeps their ball on the high side of the fairway and gives them a good angle to go for the green in two shots hitting away from the lake that guards the left side of the second landing area and green.
Those choosing a more conservative approach can lay up as far as they want leaving a longer third shot into the green.
The green is guarded along the left by a lake and along the right by two greenside bunkers.
Players hitting out to the right of the green will have a more difficult shot into the green than those choosing to lay up in front of the green.
Stroke Index 10
The shortest par 4 on the golf course, this hole requires the player to choose which club to hit from the teeing area.
The driver here may not be the best choice since the fairway narrows as you hit further down the golf hole.
The green is an island within a beach bunker which rewards the player that has hit their tee shot further down the fairway by leaving them with shorter approach shots.
The putting surface is very gentle and should allow all players that hit the green in regulation to walk away with par or better.
Stroke Index 12
This medium length par 5 should be reachable in two shots for most players depending upon wind direction.
The tee shot is guarded along the left side by a lake which rewards the player hitting close to it with a shorter shot into the green.
Those players that want to avoid the lake on their second shot can hit out to the right but will leave a more difficult third shot which may be blind to the green depending upon how far they hit out to the right.
The green is protected on all sides but is set into a soft bowl which will help accept longer second shots or even short third shots from any direction.
Stroke Index 2
This is the longest par 4 on the back nine and the second longest on the golf course. This hole requires the player to hit a long tee shot down the left side of the fairway as close to the lake as possible.
Those players hitting too far down the right side will be caught up in deep hollow which will make a much more difficult and longer second shot into the green.
The green is long and narrow but has no green side bunkers. The putting surface is separated into three zones with a lower middle area and a high back pin area.
Due to the length of the green, club selection here will be important to keep it close to the pin and avoid a lengthy first putt.
Stroke Index 8
This is the most challenging par 3 on the golf course and requires an aggressive left to right shot from the tee.
The green is guarded along the left side by a lake and out in front with a beach bunker.
Those choosing a more conservative approach can utilize the bail-out area to the right of the green and then try for a tricky up and down to save par.
Stroke Index 14
The lake in front of the tees on this hole requires the player to hit a solid tee shot if played against the wind.
Fairway bunkers along the right side guard the best landing area for the easiest approach angle into the green.
The green has a greenside bunker along the left which is one of the deeper bunkers on the golf course.
The putting surface is slightly crowned which makes it difficult to keep the approach shot on the green unless it is hit along the left side next to the greenside bunker.
Stroke Index 4
This medium length par 4 finishing hole can play easy or difficult depending upon the placement of the tee shot.
Players hitting far down the right side of the fairway will leave a shorter approach shot over the lake to this rather large green. Those playing their tee shot out to the left and shorter will have a much more difficult approach shot and may even choose to hit out to the left of the green to avoid the lake.
The green has a lower and upper tier which allows the player to hit their approach shots to the left of any pin position and still have the ball feed over to the hole.
Ending up on the wrong tier though will require some skill to walk away with only two putts.
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