With 400 yards of soft fairway and punishing rough the first hole is a demanding start to your round. You’ll need a 250 yard carry to clear the creek. Lots of bogies here; if you’re not warmed up, it could be worse.
Second hole dogleg right requires you keep it in the fairway to avoid the trees on the right. It’s 170 to the corner that requires and accurate second shot into a well trapped smallish green.
A signature hole of a 240 yard par three with a heavily trapped postage stamp green. A bank of trees to take care of your hook left and out of bounds on the right. A par here is rare but what a thrill if you shoot one.
Often hitting into a westerly wind you’ll need to make some decisions on the tee. The creek is 200 yards out (longer on the right side) but if you can clear you’ve got a good shot to be on the green in two. Miss the green on your second or third shot and you’ll have a tough up and down from the bunkers.