This par 4 opening hole is a gentle dogleg left with out of bounds on the right. A drive favoring the left side offers the best approach to a green that slopes gently from front to back.
This short par 4 requires an accurate drive. A large hill front right of the green and a large tree front left protect the putting surface from all but the most accurate approach shot.
This short par three with bunkers on both sides of the green requires another accurate approach shot.
Our first par 5 demands a long tee shot to reach the top of the hill. From there, the hole doglegs right down to the clubhouse. Bunkers in front ask you to carry your approach shot onto the green.
The blind tee shot on this par 4 should be aimed just left of the large maple tree. A small pond on the left side is reachable for the longer hitters. Finally, the uphill approach to the green will require an extra club.