Dogleg right. This hole sets up well for the left to right golfer, although too much right will find you in the trees! A generous green awaits your approach. Take an extra club as the green is slightly elevated. A missed approach is better off left than right.
This beauty of a par 4 is breathtaking from the tee! Intimidating to say the least! Favor the right side of the fairway as the ball will most likely release down into the fairway. A tee ball landing in the left rough will mostly likely bound into the trees on the left. Another elevated green will force an extra club on your approach. An undulating green awaits your birdie putt!
Finally another par 3, and a beautiful one at that! No running your ball up onto the green here! The hole layout requires you to fly the ball to the green. Anything landing any more than a few feet short of the green will funnel all the way down to the bottom of the fairway. A par here will most likely gain you one on the field!
A straightaway par 4. A tee ball in the fairway will afford you a good opportunity for a birdie! Another elevated green will require at least another club on your approach. A generous green awaits your approach.
Once a par 5, this slight dogleg to the left par 4 is a big hitter’s dream! Drive the green and two putt for your birdie! A missed drive is better off right than left. Be careful on your approach if the pin is at the back of the green as the green complex drastically falls away from you!
Another beautiful slight dogleg left par 4. This beauty demands an accurate tee shot. Favor the right side of the fairway for a clear shot to the green…but not too far right (!) as a winding creek frames the hole.
This straightaway par 4 is supposed to be the hardest hole on the course. We’ll let you be the judge! A generous landing area gives way to a tricky green with a false front. Get your par and hurry onto the next hole!
This par 5 is a unique double dogleg that turns slightly right off the tee then back left up the hill to the green. A tee shot favoring the right side of the fairway will get you a few more yards of roll. A big hitter can get there in 2 but the second shot requires a demanding uphill shot with a long iron or hybrid that MUST hold the green! If not, the fall off at the back of the green often results in a lost ball.
This dogleg right par 4 was Mr. Cobb’s favorite hole! Keep it left off the tee as the ball will want to fall to the right towards the creek. A tee ball pushed way right may be saved by the sliver of fairway to the right of the creek! This is another great hole!
Another great par 4! A slight dogleg right and up the hill. Another generous fairway gives itself to a very elevated green which will usually require 2 extra clubs. The green is very long front to back and a back pin will require even more club to get the ball back to the hole!
This straightaway par 5 is a great finishing hole! The hole starts with a blind tee shot with very little trouble left or right. Your second shot is not much of a decision, you’ll need to lay up. Be sure and get it to the bottom of the hill or you’ll be left with a long iron on a down lie to an uphill green. Not a shot for the faint at heart! The long hitter can maybe get there in 2 but would need a big tee shot and a big 3 wood to pull it off.