Hole 1 – This Starting hole is a great par 5. Keep your tee shots left of the fairway bunkers in position to lay up short of Alligator creek crossing the fairway, for a short pitch shot to the green. Long hitters can carry Alligator creek on their second shot, with a bail out area right of the green.
Hole #2 – This little dogleg right suggests the smart play is a fairway wood or long iron off the tee to avoid negotiating the trees on the left. A short iron or wedge to the green over a large bunker remains.
Hole #3 – This majestic par 4 offers a great birdie opportunity to the long and straight hitters but miss left or right and you will find trouble. The smart play is fairway wood or long iron off the tee to set up a short iron into the green.
Hole #4 – A testy little par 3 around the lake to a large green protected by a blackjack oaks and a bunker on the left. Plenty of room to the right.
Hole #5 – This par 5 dogleg quickly tells you to favor a fade on your tee shot, opening up the hole to be reached in two by the longer hitter, or leaving a short pitch shot to this well-trapped green.
Hole #6 – A good tee shot to the right of the lake on the left leaves a mid-iron approach shot to an angled green. The Series of bunkers on the front left of the green suggest you favor the right side.
Hole #7 – A medium to long iron on this par 3, surrounded by bunkers, oaks and pines and guarded by a lake to the left.
Hole #8 – A great par 4 that can trap you with its beauty. Stay to the left of the fairway bunker on the tee shot for a mid-iron approach to a well – trapped spacious green. The water to the right of the green gobbles up anything to the right side as the green slopes hard to the lake.
Hole #9 – Don’t get greedy off the tee. A fairway wood is the smart play to this narrow fairway. The big oak on the right leaves a mid to high iron to the green. Alligator creek crossing the fairway is reachable form the tee.
Hole #10 – Position the tee shot to the left of the large fairway bunker, for a short iron approach to the green for another birdie opportunity.
Hole #11 – This dogleg right offers plenty of room to the left of the large fairway bunker, leaving a mid to short iron approach to the elevated green positioned between the large oaks and high mounds. This is one of the few greens not guarded by a bunker.
Hole #12 – If you are playing the tips this elevated tee shot over the lake offers one of our most intimidating shots. Don’t let pin seeking ruin your round play away from the water to this spacious green.
Hole #13 – You can let it all out on this tee shot to a generous fairway the longest par 5. Long hitters should be aware of the lake on your second shot the guards the green to the left. There is plenty of room to the right leaving a short approach to this elevated green.
Hole #14 – This risk reward par 4 leaves options for the longer hitter. Those who want to take on the green must carry a lake and large bunker and risk a large number, but those who can take advantage will be rewarded well! The smart play is fairway wood or long iron off the tee, leaving a short iron to a well contoured green.
Hole #15 – The Winding Lake on the right adds plenty of character to the tee shot. A short iron second shot to an elongated green is protected by perimeter mounding and bunkers with a backdrop of live oaks.
Hole #16 – This dogleg turns left after the large oaks on the left, leaving a mid to long iron for the second shot to an elevated green protected by a bunker to the left.
Hole #17 – Our Signature hole, reminiscent of another famous #17 down the road this par 3 is a challenge to all skill levels!
Hole #18 – We finish where we started with a challenging par 5. A good shot is required on this narrow fairway to have any opportunity to try to get home in two. With ample space to the right of the green, the smart shot is a layup to the right allowing a wedge into this tightly guarded green.