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#1
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536 yds
526 yds
466 yds
444 yds
Par 5  Handicap 7
An opening par five, the best play from the tee is a draw towards a fairway target flag. From this fairway position the hole doglegs left to an elevated green very difficult to reach in two. Best to play safe, leaving a short wedge approach.

#2
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349 yds
334 yds
292 yds
259 yds
Par 4  Handicap 11
This par four fairway slopes towards a large water hazard on the right. From the elevated tee, players play their tee shot down the left side of the hole to find the best angle to a green guarded by a deep right side bunker.

#3
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363 yds
334 yds
324 yds
285 yds
Par 4  Handicap 9
Narrow off the tee, the landing area in this fairway is slightly more open than you might think. A tee shot placed left provides the best angle to an elevated green bunkered on the right.

#4
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352 yds
328 yds
316 yds
282 yds
Par 4  Handicap 15
Again, water on the right side of the fairway forces the player down the left side of the hole. But be careful, this landing area is well protected by a bunker complex on the left. The green is also well protected on all sides by bunkers.

#5
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409 yds
383 yds
372 yds
326 yds
Par 4  Handicap 5
The perfect tee shot on this mid-length par four is a draw that avoids the water on the right. From this fairway position the player has a great approach to green surrounded by trees on all sides and bunkers both right and left.

#6
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206 yds
160 yds
151 yds
118 yds
Par 3  Handicap 13
This mid-length par three hole is guarded by a large tree on the right and a small pot bunker immediately in front of the green. A middle iron played from left to right is the perfect shot here.

#7
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537 yds
512 yds
500 yds
450 yds
Par 5  Handicap 3
The tee shot should be played to the top of the hill towards a target flag. Be careful, beyond the flag can be unplayable. The second shot should be played down the left edge of the fairway for the best angle to a well bunkered green.

#8
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453 yds
428 yds
418 yds
368 yds
Par 4  Handicap 1
A monster of a par four, this hole plays uphill into the prevailing wind to a small shallow green with bunkering on all sides. Good Luck!!! Record a birdie here and you could be destined to greatness.

#9
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167 yds
134 yds
124 yds
114 yds
Par 3  Handicap 17
A shorter par three to a green well bunkered on the left. Further left and behind the green lie even more trouble. The best play is a shot to the front half of this green that will generally give the player a decent roll at birdie.

#10
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512 yds
484 yds
432 yds
416 yds
Par 5  Handicap 2
This par five, presents an immediate challenge from the tee. A well-placed bunker on the left can force the player right, but be careful the fairway is narrow. The green is uphill from this position and well guarded by bunkers on the left.

#11
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351 yds
325 yds
314 yds
276 yds
Par 4  Handicap 14
A shorter par four, the player will need to negotiate fairway bunkers both left and right. A successful tee shot leaves a short iron, or even pitching wedge, approach to a deep green minimally protected by two small bunkers on the left.

#12
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240 yds
176 yds
144 yds
123 yds
Par 3  Handicap 8
The blue tee on this par three is the second highest point in the county, the green a full 100 feet below. What a view!!! Be aware that your tee shot will be in the air twice as long and side spin on the ball will also double.

#13
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351 yds
305 yds
295 yds
228 yds
Par 4  Handicap 12
The tee shot here is a direct carry over a large water hazard. There is no place to bail out so solid ball contact is a must. Once into the fairway, a short iron approach shot to a narrow elevated green is required.

#14
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540 yds
512 yds
461 yds
434 yds
Par 5  Handicap 4
The tee shot from this par five tee is a conservative play to a basin landing area in front of three hillside bunkers. From here, the remainder of the hole plays slightly uphill to a well guarded green with bunkering protecting the front.

#15
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389 yds
361 yds
353 yds
308 yds
Par 4  Handicap 6
Left off the tee here spells disaster. Play a safer shot to the middle of the fairway with something less than a driver. The green is perched in an elevated position and is fairly shallow in depth with bunkering both right and left.

#16
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385 yds
359 yds
350 yds
307 yds
Par 4  Handicap 18
A links style par four, the tee shot is fairly easy. Take care however to avoid the stand of trees on the right side. The overall hole is flat with the green at fairway level and protected by bunkers both front and on the right.

#17
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190 yds
172 yds
154 yds
134 yds
Par 3  Handicap 16
A longer par three with just one bunker front left. With a solid tree line on the left side, a middle iron played right to left, is the ideal shot. The green is deep so be watchful of the pin position when choosing your club.

#18
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394 yds
361 yds
329 yds
303 yds
Par 4  Handicap 10
Our home hole offers the player two different tee shot options: a safe play down the middle, or an aggressive shot angle to the upper right. The aggressive shot results in an open approach to a shallow green protected by water and bunkers both front and back.