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This hole is a 513 yard par 5 from the men’s tee and a 412 yard par 5 from the ladies’ tee. There is a slight dogleg right at about 150 yards from the green. Although this is the widest fairway on the course there is out of bounds on the right and desert sagebrush on the left. The rough varies from 2 to 6 inches and makes hitting the fairway a premium.

 

 

 

 

 

The first green is a relatively large green that incorporates a false front that will send any short shots back to the fairway. There are subtle undulations in the green so the player must pay attention to reading the green properly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This hole is a 195 yard par 3 for the men and a 144 yard par 3 for the ladies. It is ranked as the hardest hole on the course for the men. Hitting this long and narrow green can be difficult due to the large shallow bunkers that flank it and the long rough in front of it traps any short shots. The player that is accurate from the tee is rewarded with a green that is relatively easy to stick, but be aware of putts that could push 60 feet or more due to pin placement.

 

 

 

Although relatively open, this green does have one small sand bunker in the front right corner . Low, running approach shots are tough to keep on this less elevated green. The moderate undulations in this green make putting the hardest part of this hole.

 

This short par 4 plays to just 331 yards from the men’s tee and 301 yards from the ladies tee. An easy birdie hole for most players and a drivable green for the long hitter. Out of bounds runs the length of this hole to the right. It is not uncommon for the desert winds to carry a good tee shot out of bounds.

 

 

 

 

 

Although relatively open, this green does have one small sand bunker in the front right corner . Low, running approach shots are tough to keep on this less elevated green. The moderate undulations in this green make putting the hardest part of this hole.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladies T

A very distinct dogleg par 4 for both men and ladies. A recently enlarged water hazard on the inside of the dogleg makes cutting the corner challenging, but very rewarding for those that can carry it.

 

 

The fourth green is one of the most elevated and domed greens on the course. The severe false front and left to right slope make staying on the green difficult. A deep-faced bunker on the right side is the last place a player wants to find themselves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This slightly S-shaped par four plays to just 359 yards. A good tee shot will leave most players with 100 to 150 yards to the green. A great tee shot could leave as little as 50 yards, but the player has to carry the thick rough and desert landscape just inside the corner to do this. Any wayward tee shots have the possibility of going through the fairway and ending up in the sage.

 

The 5th green is the tallest and most domed green on the course. Accuracy is the key to keeping your approach shot on the putting surface. Short shots will fall off the false front while shots that come in too hot will end up on the other side of this green and any shot that hits on the slope will either be caught up in the rough or flung down the slope to even thicker rough.

 

 

This short par 3 plays 160 yards from the men’s tee and 123 yards from the ladies tee, and is more intimidating than it may first appear. Water hazards sit to both sides of the smallest green on the course with the hazard on the left coming around the front of the green. A sand bunker is directly behind the green to catch any long shots. The green is not overly tough, but precision is the key word on this hole.

 

 

 

 

 

This par 4, plays 393 yards from the men’s tee and 338 yards from the ladies tee. This hole is yet another hole that incorporates a unique dogleg, this time to the right. A decent drive will leave the player looking at about a 150 yard approach while long hitters can attempt to carry the desert corner for a much closer 2nd shot.

 

 

This relatively narrow green is actually harder to hit than it appears. The sloped front can play tricks with even a good approach shot while sand bunkers on both sides catch errant shots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This hole is unique in that it changes from a 432 yard par 4 on the front, to a 480 yard par 5 on the back for men. The ladies play a 346 yard par 4. The narrow fairway requires precision and penalty awaits with out of bounds to the left.

 

 

 

The 8th green is the second smallest green on the course. This firm green can be difficult to hold without an excellent approach shot. Any approach shots that are not precise could be left with a very interesting chip shot onto this raised green.

 

 

 

 

This hole is a 379 yard par 4 for men and a 346 yard par 4 for ladies. The hole doglegs left and there is a water hazard on the left approximately 150 yards from the green. It is easy to drive the ball through the fairway and into the desert or the cart path if the ball does not draw off the tee.

 

 

 

 

This domed and crowned green may be tough to hold with a mid-iron in to it. The extremely sloped front certainly doesn’t help this at all. The green has many undulations and may be difficult to read properly.