Hole 4 - Par 4With hazards on left and out of bounds right, #4 requires you to hit make a shot that would give you the best angle on your approach.
A collection area sits in front of the green but would still test any player's short game to save par. Longer hitters can try to get to the green in one, but watch out for tall trees that would knock it down to the hazard on the left side into the creek.
Hole 5 - Par 4This hole tempts the player to play an aggressive drive for a shot at birdie. A well placed shutoff the tee is required .
An aggressive approach shot is also needed but proceed with caution, as out of bounds on the left and long as well as trees on the right, the more strategic option is a well placed shot allowing for open access to this undulating green.
Hole 6 - Par 5A par5 hole that can be played in several different ways depending on much you want to take on the hole with you tee shot
Longer hitters can can hit over the marsh/hazard and have a legitimate chance for eagle. More conservative players can choose to get on in three.
Approach shot is critical in this hole as anything over the green can mean disaster.
Hole 7 - Par 4A very challenging hole what requires two great shots to have a chance on birdie. A well placed drive is essential to setting up a manageable second shot. A long fairway bunker and out of bounds on the left hand side needs to be avoided, as does water on the right.
Two bunkers protect both sides of the relatively big, sloping green.
Hole 9 - Par 5Our closing hole in the front side is a par 5, having a decent tee shoot is critical in this well protected green to have a chance for birdie.
Having your approach shot hit the right area in this multi tiered green whilst missing the bunker in the right side and OB long and left, this green provides plenty of thought and respect when trying to hole out for birdie.