The green is raised and uphill, so an extra club is necessary for the approach.
The tee shot must be straight. Consider a four wood or long iron for accuracy.
It’s best to hit your approach shot deep into the green to avoid the water and the pronounced front guard bunkers.
Hit your drive between fairway bunkers.
A good drive left of the right-side fairway bunker is perfect.
Keep the driver in the bag. Play a shot that will leave you a 70 to 110 yard approach.
There’s a chance to get a stroke back here. A smooth, controlled swing will return results.
Hit away. The fairway is spacious and only gently contoured. The water carry is no problem.
A spectacular setting for your best drive of the day. No secrets here, except that this fairway will accept a gentle slice over a dancing hook.
A picturesque par three with the widest green you may ever encounter. Hit for the pin.
The tee shot is left-center. Beware of deep hollows in the high hills on the right.
Don’t chase after tucked pins on thirteen. The green rolls off on the three sides. Play from green-center.
You will need to stripe a drive here to avoid the water, high hills and sand.
The tree lined fairways are helpful in lining up the tee shot.
Driving for show, putting for dough” is all wrong; accurate drives set up each hole.
A long par three requires a committed swing. Do not try to steer the shot (swing away).
A good drive is needed , on this long par five, that avoids the right side bunkers.