Hole by Hole Layout
Hole by Hole Layout
Course Layout (Championship Tees):
18 Holes | 6,407 Yards | 71.1 Rating |
132 Slope | Par 72 | 26 Bunkers.
Greens: Tif Eagle Burmuda
Fairways: Tif 419 Burmuda
270 yards Par 4 playing straight downhill. An accurate tee shot with driver can reach the green or use a 3 Wood to leave a short-approach to the green.
Downhill 311 yard Par 4. Hit a long iron or fairway wood off the tee and favor the right side of fairway, this will result in a short iron to the green.
Uphill 394 yard Par 4. The #1 handicap hole requires a good tee shot towards right –center of fairway. If tee shot lands left of 150 marker, the ball generally comes to a rest in the woods. Aim right of 150-yard marker. Bunkers guard green on left and right.
Split-Fairway 477 yard Par 5. The low road is the shortest way to go, but requires an exact tee shot. Tee shots that do not land close to the last tree in the island normally will roll to the ruff or into the woods. The green slopes from right to left so check pin location.
This is a risk and reward hole. A good tee shot down the left side will leave a short approach.
Uphill 149 yard Par 3. The green is significantly higher than teeing ground. Use at least one extra club for the length. Green is narrow and deep. Check pin location.
340 yard par 4. Narrow and downhill leaving an uphill approach shot to a long and narrow green. Use one or two extra clubs for your approach shot. Use fairway wood or long iron off tee for accuracy.
459 yard Par 5. Reachable in two well struck shots. Favor the left side of fairway from the tee. Straight away-grip it and rip it.
315 yard Par 4 Tee off with a fairway wood or long iron up the right side to avoid trouble looming left. Blind uphill green requires an extra club for the approach shot. Bunkers guard the green on both sides.
Downhill 160 yard Par 3. Use one less club than normal for correct yardage.
336 yard Par 4 with a blind tee shot. Hit a fade for best results. Balls hit left of 150-yard marker roll into left rough. Second shot plays downhill – use one less club for correct yardage.
381 yard Par 4 over a canyon to a green that slopes to the left. A well-placed drive to left of 150-yard marker leaves a short iron to an uphill green. Approach to green requires one extra club for correct yardage.
388 yard Par 4 that is slightly up hill all the way. If the tee shot lands on the center line or to the left the ball will roll into the rough or woods. Bunkers guard green on right.
Downhill 116 yard Par 3 with trouble long and left. Favor the right side of green.
584 yard Par 5. This demanding hole requires a tee shot right of the center line. Aim second shot towards left-center of fairway. If you land on the side rough above the cart path the ball will roll into deeper ruff or into the woods. Deep green requires accurate iron selection.
Downhill 136 yard Par 3 with water on the right. Green is deeper than it appears from tee. Choose clubs wisely.
317 yard Par 4. The signature hole forces length & accuracy over a canyon, requiring the tee shot to carry 217 yards in the air. Approach shot to green is uphill, take one extra club for correct yardage.
Uphill 480 yard Par 5. The elevation change from the 150-yard marker to the flat surface of the green is 50 to 100′. Use two extra clubs for approach shot to green. Bunkers guard green on right and left.