The lead-off hole is a short dogleg right par 4. A good tee-shot is 200 yards down the left side of the fairway, just short of the fairway bunker, which lays 230 yards from the back tee.

Distance from the Tee to: Sand Trap Hole #1

Red
200
White
215
Blue
235
This is the longest hole on the course, however, reachable in two for long hitters when the tees are up. From the tips, hit 200 yards down the left side of the chute and you’ll sit at the beginning of the fairway just short of the pond on the right. With a daunting two-tier green the smart play is to lay up on your second shot to about 10 yards short of the green. This will set you up nicely for a bump-and-run third shot to a pin on either the upper or lower tier of the green.

Distance from the tee to: Pond Hole # 2

Red
85
White
145
Blue
180
Tips
240
A straight forward par 3 that is sure to get the best of everyone once in a while. All the trouble is left and long due to the long steep bank on which the plateau green rests. The best play is to land short and left and allow the hill to kick the ball right and toward the center of the green. As for the rest of the hole, most putts break towards the out-of-bounds woods on the right.
One of the toughest driving holes the course has to offer from the back tees. A solid 220 yard tee-shot. heading left out of the chute from the back, will put you over the hill and in good position for your approach. From the front tees this hole is a manageable par 4. The green is typically firm and is protected by a bunker on each side. Just short of either of the bunkers will often leave a delicate upcoming approach. Otherwise the smartest play is to land your approach short and let it run up to the putting surface.
The number 1 handicap hole on the course is a sharp dogleg right. Your best chance at par on this hole is to hit a drive between 225 and 250 yards toward the five tall spruce trees you can see in the background. Hitting at the 2 spruces to the right of the bunch will put you in the fairway. A tee shot on the top of the hill looking down at the green from 100 to 150 yards is a great place to be. If you can’t see the green on your approach use the large pine as a vantage point. It sits just to the right of the green. The green is two-tiers sloping left to right like everything else at the bottom of the hill. If you miss, miss left for the hill behind the 6th tee box kicks everything right.
A long and challenging par 3 from the tips. From the middle and front tees it’s not as long, but don’t be fooled. The green is the toughest part of this hole and is no stranger to 3 and 4 putts. Make sure to stay below the hole. Chipping and putting from the back of the green is where the danger lies. Three daunting bunkers also protect the green. One on either side and one that cannot be seen from the tee 5 yards off the front left of the green.
Another dogleg right, but this time with a few more options from the tee box. If you choose to hit driver, your best target is the smaller willow tree to the right. Beware, using this target and hitting too long or too left puts you in a lateral hazard and too right and you’re out-of-bounds. A less risky play is to hit a drive 225 yards over the right side of the tallest willow tree that stands above the 150 yard marker. This play will put you about 100 yards from the green. Another firm green, land the ball about 10 yards short and let it run to the green. Land the ball on the back of the green and it might be going for a swim.
A nice par 4 where the tee shot is straight down the middle. Aim at the 150 yard marker and swing away. Some golfers prefer a tee-shot left of the fairway so they can see the green, which lies about 10 feet below the fairway, on their approach. Anything right of the rock wall that separates the 8th hole from the 11th is playable, but a challenge. The green is protected by bunkers left, right, and back.
This short par 4 gives you the same type of risk-to-reward scenario as on the 7th. Hit driver off the tee and have a short bump-and-run onto a tough-to-hold green from distance, but risk going in the trees right or bouncing left into a number of obstacles and a difficult uphill approach. Or play a 200 yard shot and leave a 100 yard approach. No matter what, be sure to land short and on the right side. Everything on this hole breaks left toward the 2nd fairway.
Ranked the easiest hole on the course, the 10th is a short par 3 without much to it. Keep the wind in mind because it often plays a role. The green slopes toward the tee so it’s easy to hold, but makes approach shots from over the green challenging.
The 11th is a par 5 with spectacular mountain views, but don’t get distracted because it’s important to hit your targets on this quirky hole. The first shot is a lay-up behind a large pond, which is not visible from the tee, located at the bottom of the hill. Hit a club that will land you on the flat fairway between 180 and 200 yards. From the top of the hill this green is reachable in two with a 220 yard approach, but there are obstacles with a small pond left and a lateral hazard to the right of the green. A safe option is to play a 140-150 yard shot across the pond to leave a 70-80 yard approach to the green. This green is typically soft, slopes toward the tee, and is protected by one bunker on the front right.

Distance from the Tee to: Pond Hole #11

Red
165
White
240
Blue
240
With water on the left and a lateral hazard on the right, the 12th is easily one of the most difficult holes on the course. A straight tee shot is necessary to par this hole. The landing area around the 150 yard marker is only 21 yards wide. 185 yards from the tee will lay up just short of the ever-popular wooded area on the right, but makes for a 200 yard poke to get home in regulation. Using driver, aim to the left side of the fairway and hope to hit it clean. The green is elevated and slopes toward the tee so stay below the hole.

Distance from the tee to: Pond Hole # 12

Red
135
White
150
Blue
160
This scenic hole is a medium length par 5 that requires an accurate tee shot. With trees on the left, lateral hazard on the right, and a small pond strait away the tee shot is the most difficult one on this hole. The fairway starts left of the pond and moves slightly to the right after the pond. It’s 210 yards from the blue tees and 175 from the white to the back edge of the pond. On your approach to the green there are two small drainage ponds one on the left and and one on the right side of the fairway about 100 yards from the hole. The green is protected by two bunkers. Going long is trouble on this hole with the green sloping back toward the fairway and yet another water hazard.

Distance from the Tee To Pond HOle #13

Red
75
White
155
Blue
195
This downhill par 3 looks open and inviting, but is quite the opposite. The green slopes away from the tee and is guarded by three bunkers. Ending up short and straight on this deceptive hole is a good place.
Being the last of the par 5’s on the course, the 15th is “make it” or “break it”. Our signature Xenophon Wheeler rock lies in the center of the fairway acting as a good target for the first and second shot. Beware of the two fairway bunkers however. The sand on the right side of the fairway is 180 yards from the white tees and 230 yards from the blue. The trap on the left is 220 yards from the white box and 270 from the blue. The green is protected by two bunkers on the front left and right, which creates a narrow chute to the green. Bailouts on this challenging hole are either long or left.

Distance from the Tee to: Right Sand Trap Hole # 15

Red
170
White
195
Blue
240

Distance from the Tee to: Left Sand Trap Hole # 15

Red
185
White
215
Blue
260
The 16th is a short par 4 with out-of-bounds down the right side and to the back of the green. The smart play is to hit 165 yards from the front tee and 175 yards from the back tee to the 100 yard marker just short of the out-of-bounds. Try to stay to the right side of the fairway for the best angle at the pin on your approach. The green side bunker on the left claims a lot of shots. If you choose the more aggressive play with a fairway metal or a driver, miss left and take note of the waste bunker on the right side of the fairway that runs from 80 yards out all the way to the green.
This hole is a mid-length par 4 that doglegs downhill to the right. The two tall pine trees standing between the 17th and 18th hole aligning with the left side of the fairway serve as good targets off the tee. Staying left on your tee shot is key to having an easier approach. A bunker to the front right of the green makes the approach challenging from the right hand rough. Another green where landing the ball just short will keep you on the putting surface.
The finishing hole is demanding from the back tees as our longest par 4 on the course, but straight forward from the white tees. The fairway is cut further left than what is generally approximated from the tee. From the back tees, use the cedars behind the 15th tee box as your target. Chipping from the front middle to the green is much more manageable than from the right, back, or left over the sand trap.

Distance from the Tee to: Pond Hole # 18

Red
125
White
130
Blue
225