A dogleg right with water on both sides of the fairway, make hole two one of the most beautiful and challenging holes of this course. This course offers views of nature at its best and puts you to the test with these natural hazards.
Water and out of bounds to the left off the tee can almost go unnoticed. A well played drive leaves a short iron to a green that is very narrow in the front.
A dogleg right that works directly back into the prevailing wind. Water is left and right off the tee. Out of bounds long behind a long two-tiered green.
Out of bounds down the entire left side of this hole. Two well-played shots make for a good opportunity for birdie.
Welcome to the swamp. Marsh dissects this fairway in two places and runs down both sides making this relatively short par 5 a bonafied round buster.
A short par 3 with a peninsula green. When the pin gets left, don't get greedy.
Welcome back to the swamp. The marsh dissects this fairway in one place also running down both sides of the fairway. The green is very deep. When you are playing in the swamp, par is a very good score.
An ample opportunity for birdie if the approach shot gets on the correct tier of the green.
A par 3 that can be taken advantage of if played right. Be sure not to "short side" the approach shot.
The final par 5 finishing hole. Avoid the fairway bunkers, especially on the right side. Water encroaches in the second shot landing area.