Course Tour Hole #1 Opening Par five reachable in two for most golfers.Keep your drive down the right side to leave a good angle for your second shot. Hole #2 Keep your drive out of the waste bunker down the left hand side of the fairway.Second shot can be tricky if pin is tucked behind the Cedar trees left of the green. Hole #3 From the back tee this can be one of the toughest holes on the golf course.Swirling winds make it difficult to navigate the narrow opening in the trees.Most balls come up short in the gully fronting the green, which can be a difficult up and down. Hole #4 Straight away par four, try and avoid the “jail” of pine trees on the right hand side of the fairway. Green is well protected by three bunkers and a grass bunker short right of the green. Hole #5 Fairway is narrower than most. Front left pin placement can give you fits,if you’re not careful, ball will roll well past the hole. Hole #6 Short par four that looks like it should be a very easy par.Fairway bunkers are about forty yards from the green, stay out of them, unless you like a forty yard bunker shot.This is the deepest green on the golf course. The back pin placement can be hard to get your shot all the way back there. Hole #7 Pretty obvious what to do here; avoid Lake Pauline at all costs.This is the narrowest green from front to back, making it difficult to hold, especially when the south wind is blowing. Which is like all time. Hole #8 Another green that is very deep from front to back, can be a three club difference depending where the pin is located. Hole #9 Grip it and rip it. Par five uphill all the way. New blue tee box makes this hole almost unreachable in two. If the pin is in the front, good luck keeping your ball on the putting surface.