Hole One - Par 4
There is a sand trap 100 yards short of the green on the right side of the fairway and a small pond that runs parallel down the left side for the first 100 yards. In addition, there is another pond that cuts into the fairway 75 yards short of the green. To play the hole safely, a drive of 150 to 170 yards off of the tee leaves a short iron approach shot into a large green.
Hole Two - Par 3
The pin is a straight shot away from the tees. There is a small pond on the left but does not come into play often. Most players can use a lofted club off of the tee onto a large green.
Hole Three - Par 4
There are out of bounds stakes on both sides of the fairway and water hazards on both sides of the green. A drive of 170 to 200 yards will leave a medium iron shot to a small green.
Hole Four - Par 3
A pond runs along the left side of the fairway halfway to the green. There are out of bounds stakes on the left side of the green together with a small deep sand trap. This green has length but is very narrow in width making it a difficult target.
Hole Five - Par 3
The green is of good size and has a sand trap on the left side, palm trees on the right side along with a steep embankment and out of bounds along the right side of the fairway.
Hole Six - Par 4
It is feasible for the long ball hitter to drive the green. This hole has water hazards on both sides of the fairway about 150 yards from the green. A safe drive of 150 to 175 yards in the fairway leaves an approach shot with a lofted club into a small green. The only sand trap on this hole is behind the green.
Hole Seven - Par 3
There are out of bounds stakes on the left side of the fairway close to the green along with a small pond on the right side which catches mis-hit shots. To play this hole well requires a well struck shot off of the tee.
Hole Eight - Par 3
this hole has a sand trap on the right side of a large green. For most players, a short iron off of the tee is all that is required.
Hole Nine - Par 3
There are two good size sand traps bordering this medium size green. In addition, two good size palm trees protect the right side of the green which requires a shot to carry the palms.
Hole Ten - Par 4
Many players can reach this green with their drive. There are out of bounds stakes along the right side of the fairway, one of the widest on the course. After a good drive, a short approach shot will find a small size green. #10 is the easiest par 4 on the course.
Hole Eleven - Par 3
This hole has the largest green on the course front to back but is trapped on the right side. Club selection off of the tee is very important.
Hole Twelve - Par 3
The player must hit over water from the blue tees to a very small green. There are no sand traps on this hole, but shots hit too long can be out of bounds.
Hole Thirteen - Par 3
There are sand traps on both sides of a small green along with a steep lake bank on the right side that catches lots of shots. Out of bounds behind the green is very close. To play this hole well, the golfer should aim to the left side of the green and hit the ball well.
Hole Fourteen - Par 3
The cart path that runs along the left side of the fairway has caused many shots to go out of bounds.
Hole Fifteen - Par 3
Out of bounds runs all the way down the right side of the fairway while the left side has a large lake. This hole has a slight dogleg right. A good drive must avoid the fairway sand trap on the left side. The approach shot is made to a large green with a sand trap on the right of the green.
Hole Sixteen - Par 3
The green is wide with a sand trap on the right front and left back protecting it. A shot with a lofted club will work well.
Hole Seventeen - Par 3
Number 17 has a medium size green with sand traps on the left side of the green. The hole plays a bit longer than it looks.
Hole Eighteen - Par 4
This par 4 has out of bounds all the way down the left side of the fairway and a large lake that runs down the entire length of the right side. The fairway is wide with a fairway sand trap on the left. The green is guarded by two sand traps on the right side and one on the left side. This is a hole where you can let it rip. A good drive will let you hit a short iron onto the green.