|Hole 1 - Par 4|
An uphill gentle dogleg right. The ideal shot placement is from center to left side of the fairway to open up the green for the approach and avoid the fairway bunker on the inside corner of the dogleg.
Hole 2 - Par 4
A downhill tee shot. The uphill approach plays at least 1 club more than the yardage. A gently sloping green from back to front is protected by 2 front bunkers
Hole 3 - Par 3
The first par 3 of the front nine is well protected by a deep-faced bunker as well as 2 right and 1 left greenside bunkers. Play to the middle of the green, take two putts and be happy with par.
Hole 4 - Par 5
Ladies Handicap 3/3
This dogleg left is a 3 shot to the green par 5. Placing your tee shot down the right side opens the angle for your uphill second shot.The third shot plays at least half of a club longer than the yardage.
Hole 5 - Par 3
This par 3 features a newly expanded green. It’s new four tiered design makes it imperative to select the proper club off the tee.
Hole 6 - Par 5
The long hitters may attempt to cut the corner of this dogleg left hole and reach the green in two. Most players would be prudent to play conservatively toward the middle of the fairway.
Hole 7 - Par 4
On this relatively short par 4, most players will use a long iron or fairway metal on this narrow dogleg left tee shot.An elevated green is protected by 2 front bunkers.
Hole 8 - Par 4
A drive the 150 marker will open up the approach to an elevated two-tiered green, well protected by two front bunkers. Try to hit the approach below the hole to enhance the odds of two putting.
Hole 9 - Par 4
On this beautiful downhill dogleg left, the more left in the fairway you keep your drive, the shorter the approach.This large green slopes from back to front.
Hole 10 - Par 5
An uphill tee shot to an ample landing zone sets up the possibility to reach this par 5 in two shots. A pond guards the front left portion of the green.
Hole 11 - Par 3
This is an uphill par 3 with a large two-tiered putting surface. The surface is blind from the tee and guarded by two front bunkers.on of the green.
Hole 12 - Par 5
The landing area for the tee shot is wider than what you see, but requires accuracy.Stay left of the fairway bunker.Only the longest hitters can reach the par 5 in two shots.
Hole 13 - Par 4
This is the narrowest par 4 on the course. Three fairway bunkers guard the right side of the fairway. The green is protected by three bunkers as well as water to the right and behind the green.
Hole 14 - Par 4
This beautiful dogleg right is a slightly uphill tee shot. It requires an accurate shot, often with a fairway metal or long iron. The second shot is downhill to a green tilted from back to front.
Hole 15 - Par 4
A fairway bunker is on the inside of the dogleg left, positioned perfectly to snare a wayward drive. Two putts is no easy chore on this sloping green.
Hole 16 - Par 4
The drive from the elevated tee must be very accurate due to a drop-off to the right side of the fairway toward a lateral water hazard. The uphill second shot plays longer than the yardage.
Hole 17 - Par 3
This tree lined downhill hole requires a long iron or fairway metal for most players. Right of the greenside bunkers lies a lateral water hazard and an almost certain double bogey.
Hole 18 - Par 4
The tee shot comes out of a tree-lined chute to a generously sized fairway. Your second shot must clear a Lake Wylie cove and 2 front bunkers.