Yardage plates in middle of fairways are measured to center of green.
White posts left of fairways – 150 yards
Tip – You might try and set up a little toward the left. Everything flows to and there’s lots of trouble to the right!
Tip – Don’t go left but don’t go right, into the trees.
Tip – Slicers might like this hole. Put a slight fade on your drive. You might want to club up due to the elevated green.
Tip – Try not to land in the fairway bunker but don’t get behind that huge tree on the left.
Tip – Usually better to go right than left. Check the wind. The green is protected so the flag may not be moving but you may need to adjust your line, club up or down for the wind.
Tip – Many ways to get into trouble left. Unless your confidence level is high, you might want to set up a little right. Plenty of room there for slicers.
Tip – Watch the trap on the right but don’t hook it into the tall grass on the dam.
Tip – If your confidence level is low, you may want to use less than driver. But, if you can hit the fairway, everything flows downhill and to the right from about 140 yards in.
Tip – Everything flows from left to right. Trees on the right but maybe better if you have to chip from down there than from a downhill lie, downhill to the green!
Tip – What a way to begin the second 9! Fairway bunker on the right, trees and O.B. to the left. Give players the right of way if you put your ball in the #1 fairway.
Tip – Watch that tree in the middle of the Fairway!
Tip – Don’t let the elevated Tee fool you when estimating distance.
Tip – Safer to go slightly right than left or you’ll have a huge, tall tree to deal with. If you’re a long hitter off the tee, you’d better just put it down the middle!
Tip – Don’t set up or draw the ball too far left. You might hit the Yucca……….the row of trees………the road………16 Green!
Tip – With the elevated green, you may want to consider clubbing up. Unless you can hit a flop shot like Phil Mickelson, you may want to aim a little right, just to be safe.
Tip – Consider shortening this hole by cutting the corner. Be sure and account for the elevated green on your approach shot.
Tip – You might consider setting up a little left on your tee shot. There’s a bank on the left which offers a possible helpful bounce and everything flows toward the right.