Number 1- Drives should favor the right of the fairway. Your second shot will want to be to the left side of the fairway to give a good look at this two tiered green. A shot on the proper level will leave a good birdie putt.
Number 2- A good drive is a must to score well here. You will have a good run at birdie if you keep the ball below the hole on your approach on this back to front sloping green.
Number 3- A deep narrow green with bunkers left and right requires a precise iron shot. A good sloping green from back right to front left will challenge the best of putters. Par is a good score here.
Number 4- This dogleg right will require a long iron or fairway wood for most players off the tee. Second shots will require an extra club to this uphill green. Beware if the false front; shots landing on the front of the green will roll back into the fairway.
Number 5- A fairway wood or long iron to the left side of the fairway will give a good view of this two-tiered green. An approach shot to the proper level will ensure a good run at birdie.
Number 6- This beautiful par three calls for a proper club selection. Missing this green to the right will leave a tough up and down.
Number 7- A properly placed tee shot with a long iron or fairway wood should leave a short iron or wedge into this shallow green with bunkers short and long.
Number 8- Davis Love III's favorite hole will demand a strong drive aimed at the left side fairway bunker. This will leave a long iron approach into this green guarded by bunkers left and right. Par is a great score here.
Number 9- You will do well to keep your drive up the right center of the fairway. Second shots should favor the left hand side of the fairway to provide a good look at this green. Missing to the right side will demand a deft touch to save par.
Number 10- This tough par four calls for a solid drive to the right center of the fairway. Approach shots should avoid the left side, as well as stay below the hole, as this green slopes from back to front.
Number 11- This hole plays uphill so make sure you have enough club to carry the ball well past the front of the green. Shots that do not clear the front usually roll back into the fairway.
Number 12- This hole plays a lot longer than its yardage. Make sure you have plenty of club into this two-tiered, false fronted green.
Number 13- A great driving hole, let it rip on this downhill tee shot. Your approach should avoid the right side as a bunker and water hazard await wayward shots.
Number 14- Drives must find the fairway in order to have a good chance to clear the ravine in two. Make sure approach shots clear the false front of this well bunkered green.
Number 15- A well placed fairway wood or long iron will leave a short iron or wedge into this sculpted green. Long is the play as short shots will find the hazard in front of the green.
Number 16- Drives will want to find the left side of the fairway to avoid all trouble down the right. Second shots played to the right hand side of the fairway will take bunkers out of play on you approach. Three good shots should ensure a par.
Number 17- This beautiful par three will require that a shot finds the right tier, this will leave a good chance for birdie. The only danger here is the bunkers long and short.
Number 18- A long iron or fairway wood is the play off this tee; drivers will find the bunkers or hazard down the hill. Second shots should avoid the left side of the green, as this will challenge any short game.