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NEW- Drone Flyover tour of each hole!

 

Hole 1 - Long hitters can reach this green in two shots. Off the tee, avoid the fairway bunker to the left. If you lay up your second shot, play to the left side of the fairway short of the fairway bunker. Leave your approach below the pin as this green slopes from back to front.

  Drone Flyover - Hole #1

Hole 2 - Lay up with a long iron or three-wood to place your tee shot on the flat part of the fairway. Go too far and you face a downhill lie to an elevated green. This green slopes from back to front, so execute your approach shot carefully.

Drone Flyover - Hole #2

Hole 3 - A good tee shot sets up a mid-to-long iron second shot to this two-tiered green. Your approach plays longer than it looks. Take enough club, especially when the pin is in the back of the green.

Drone Flyover - Hole #3

Hole 4 - This fairway slopes from left to right. Any ball started to the right will either find sand or a watery grave. The second shot plays shorter than the yardage indicates due to a prevailing wind at your back. A tier runs from the right middle to the middle of this green.

Drone Flyover - Hole #4

Hole 5 - Pin-point accuracy is a must on this short, but tricky, par 3. The green slopes severely from back to front, so keep your tee shot below the hole and avoid the water.

Drone Flyover - Hole #5

Hole 6 - Place your tee shot in the left center of the fairway to avoid the fairway bunker to the right off the tee. This opens up your second shot. This well-bunkered, slightly elevated green narrows considerably in back.

Drone Flyover - Hole #6

Hole 7 - This hole plays into the prevailing wind, so take plenty of club to carry the sand and water. A bailout area exists to the right, but it sets up a difficult up-and-down.

Drone Flyover - Hole #7

Hole 8 - This par 5 is only reachable in two for the longest of hitters. Favor the right side of the fairway on your second shot as this fairway slopes from right to left. Leave a full shot into this small, tricky green.

Drone Flyover - Hole #8

Hole 9 - With plenty of room on the left off the tee, keep your tee shot away from the right bunker. The prevailing wind is in your face, take an extra club. This undulating green slopes from back to front.

Drone Flyover - Hole #9

Hole 10 - This hole requires a tee shot of 200-220 yards, leaving a short iron to this green guarded by water and sand. Missing the green sets up a difficult up-and-down. Hit the green and make a three.

Drone Flyover - Hole #10

Hole 11 - Keep your tee shot to the left side of the fairway away from the bunker on the right. Do not try to fly the bunker. On the second shot, the fairway narrows considerably, so accuracy is more important than distance if you decide to lay up.

Drone Flyover - Hole #11

Hole 12 - The landing area is wider than it appears from the tee. Long hitters can gamble and drive the ball over the left bunker to set up a short pitch to the green. Lay up and all that you have left is a slightly blind second.

Drone Flyover - Hole #12

Hole 13 - Keep your tee shot to the right of the large, left side bunkers. Be careful on your second shot as the fairway slopes from left to right and will push shots toward the hazard.

Drone Flyover - Hole #13

Hole 14 - This tee shot plays downhill and shorter than the yardage indicates. Watch the leaves on the trees near the green to judge the wind that swirls through the canyons. Playing from the back makes for a difficult up-and-down, so avoid going long.

Drone Flyover - Hole #14

Hole 15 - Play your tee shot short of the bunker on the right or take it over the bunker if you feel strong. The further you hit, the more the fairway opens up. Avoid the bunker that fronts the right side of the green.

Drone Flyover - Hole #15

Hole 16 - Take plenty of club off the tee hitting to this deep green. The middle of the green sets up a makeable birdie putt with any pin location. Shots hit left tend to find the hazard. Going right leaves a tough up-and-down.

Drone Flyover - Hole #16

Hole 17 - Play this tee shot from right to left. Going too far left puts you in the fairway bunker; going too far right forces you to lay up short of the creek. Avoid letting your second shot go right at all cost. Find the same level as the pin on this two-tiered green.

Drone Flyover - Hole #17

Hole 18 - The lake on Hole 10 comes into play with a severely hooked tee shot. It is best to play down the right side of the fairway. A slight tier sits in the middle of the green, so use plenty of club if the pin is in the back.

Drone Flyover - Hole #18

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