Hole By Hole Pro Tips
  1. Split the fairway bunkers on right and left sides. Must take relief from area between cart path and perimeter fences, no penalty.
  2. Keep driver in bag. Aim tee shot at large fairway bunker on left side. Water on right side. Must take relief from area between cart path and perimeter fence, no penalty.
  3. Hit your tee shot long and straight to reach this green in regulation. Avoid environmental area on left and fairway bunker on right. Must take relief from area between cart path and perimeter fence, no penalty.
  4. Avoid large green side bunkers. Best play is right side of green. Green slopes gently from back to front.
  5. Finding the fairway is essential on this narrow Par 5. Lay-up on second shot towards right side of fairway, as balls will funnel towards water.
  6. Play towards center of green. Avoid green-side bunkers on left. Ball will funnel towards center from left side of green.
  7. A reachable Par 5. Accuracy is a must. Open space right. Water hazard left comes into play on second shot. Aim lay-up between bunkers on the right.
  8. Long and straight is critical on this difficult 8th hole. Open space left, environmental hazard right. Best tee shot is down the left side of the fairway.
  9. A good tee shot will make this Par 4 much easier. Avoid environmental hazard in front of tee, and fairway bunker on left and right.
  10. Keeping tee shot in fairway is essential. Aim towards right side of fairway bunker. Must take relief from area between cart path and perimeter fence, no penalty.
  11. Long hitters keep driver in bag. Best to approach green from right side. Environmental hazard right. Must take relief from area between cart path and perimeter fence, no penalty.
  12. Difficult Par 3. Aim towards left side of green. Any ball missing green to right will find the water.
  13. Longest hole on the golf course. Accuracy is a must on this narrow hole. Ideal second shot is played to right side of fairway, OB left, open space right.
  14. From the middle tees, one of the true birdie holes on the course. Play towards middle of the green, being below the hole is beneficial.
  15. Accuracy is key off the tee, favoring the left side of fairway is beneficial. Environmental hazard short of green. Open space to right and left.
  16. Long hitters need not use driver. Aim tee shot towards left side to avoid green side bunker on right. Environmental hazard in front of tee box. Open space on right and left sides.
  17. The prettiest hole on the golf course. Dogleg left and water down the entire left side. Aim towards middle fairway bunker. Flirting with left side may result in a lost ball. Truly a risk/reward hole.
  18. Toughest finishing hole in the Valley. Depending on tee shot, decision to go for the green in two or lay-up is a difficult one. Big numbers come easy on this hole.
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