A well placed drive up the right side will leave you a long iron or fairway wood to green. A lay up at 150 yards will give you best chance to save Par.
Slight dogleg Par 5. A big drive will give you a chance to go in two. Elevated green, so take extra club. Leave your shot below the hole for better chance putt it in. Lay up at 125 yards from green.
Leave nothing in the bag on this long straight away Par 4. Do not be long on your approach shot (or you make your first donation to the creek).
Favor left of fairway to avoid creek, trees and pond. A good drive will leave you 220 to the green. Best lay up at 110 yards.
Signature hole. Play for the 150 yard marker at the widest part of the fairway off tees. An accurate second is needed to access a green ringed by the creek.
A mid to long iron, favoring left center of green will give you best chance for Par.
Accurate club selection for this short Par 3. Avoid being long (green surrounded by trouble).
Good drive will give you 100 - 150 yards to the green which slopes right to left. Favor right side.
A long carry of 240 yards in the air is required to clear the creek, so a lay up to 135-150 yards is preffered (second shot may play long). Flag color will dictate club selection.