A par four that plays as a slight dogleg right. A small pond guards the right side. The approach shot is to a two-tiered green that slopes left to right.
A short par five that is easily reached in two if the tee shot is strategically placed down the right side of the fairway. This deep green is guarded by a meandering creek.
A downhill par three that is fronted by a wetland area and creek. This challenging green slopes severely from back to front.
This par four tee shot is demanding with a fairway bunker on the right and tree lined left side. The approach shot plays uphill to a green protected by deep bunkers on the left.
A downhill par three guarded by three bunkers and Squire Creek. This green slopes drastically from back to front.
The tee shot on this short par four is protected by fairway bunkers on the left and a waste area on the right. The placement of the approach shot must be precise to a green divided by large knoll in the center.
This lengthy par four is shielded by fairway bunkers on the right and hazard on the left. This deep green is guarded by a bunker on the left.
This short par four is guarded by a creek down the left side and fairway bunkers on the right. The approach shot plays to an elevated green sloping right to left.
An uphill par five with forced carry over water from the tee. The approach shot will play uphill and must avoid deep bunkering.
A par four with a blind tee shot that plays drastically downhill and the fairway slopes right to left. The deep green is divided into two levels.
A par five that plays to an elevated fairway. The right side is guarded by bunkers and slopes left to right into a waste area. The approach shot plays uphill to an elevated two tiered green.
This par three is guarded by a creek in front and left. Two large bunkers frame this demanding par three.
This short demanding par four plays uphill with a center-line bunker. The approach shot plays uphill to a small green with a false front.
A par four guarded by water down the left side and two pines on the right. The fairway has two levels divided by a large slope. The approach shot is guarded by bunkers front right and left. The green is two-tiered sloping right to left.
This par four is protected down the left side by a lake and bunkers right. The approach shot must avoid the front bunkers and lake on the left.
This long par three plays to a redan green with a front bunker and water left and behind.
The longest of the par fives plays to a fairway heavily guarded by bunkers. The approach shot plays uphill to an elevated green.
The finishing par four plays right to left around a fairway bunker and a grove of pine trees. Left and right bunkers guard the front of the green with a narrow approach between them.