The Wild is a 503 yd Par 5. Tee shot should favor the left side of the fairway avoiding bunkers on the right. Approach shot to the two-tiered green sloping back to front should stay clear of the bunkers on the right.
|2: The Pecan|
The Pecan is a 439 yd Par 4. Tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway for an easy approach shot to the green. Might want to take an extra club to carry bunkers in front of the green.
Nags is a 396 yd Par 4. Tee shot should be down the middle to avoid trouble on both the right and left. Green slopes severely from left to right.
|4: The Tanglewood|
The Tanglewood is a 544 yd Par 5 that can be reached if you are long off the tee and down the middle. Approach shot to the green should favor the left side of the green as it slopes from left to right. Definite Birdie opportunity!
|5: The Tidewater|
The Tidewater is a 403 yd Par 4. A long iron off the tee is the key to this hole. Approach this bowl shaped green with caution to avoid the bunker in front of the green.
|6: The Princeville|
The Princeville, a 204 yd Par 3, might require an extra club to avoid the bunkers in front of the green. Green slopes slightly from back to front.
|7: Chad’s Way|
The Tarken is a 414 yd Par 4. Ideal drive should favor the left side of the fairway for a better approach shot to the green. Might want an extra club for your approach to this uphill green.
|8: The Pit|
Pot Bunkers is a 428 yd par 4 that features a generous fairway. Beware of theeight bunkers surrounding the front of the green. Always good to take an extra club to this uphill green.
|9: The Bend|
The Bend is a 400 yd par 4 with a severe dog-leg to the left. Using an iron off the tee might be your best to avoid water and bunkers on the left and bunkers on the right. Be careful, approach shot is shorter than it looks. Green slopes severely from right to left with bunkers to the left and behind the green.
|10: The Sunrise|
The Sunrise is a 459 yd par 4 that requires a tee shot down the middle to avoid bunkers on the right and left. Approach shot might require an extra club to an elevated green that slopes from back to front..
|11: The East Way|
The East Way is a 446 yd Par 4. Tee shot should favor the the right side of the fairway. Approach shot is shorter than it looks and the green slopes severely from back to front.
|12: The Sweep|
The Sweep is a tough one! This 461 yd Par 4 hole presents a difficult tee shot and approach shot. Tee shot should favor the left side of the fairway to avoid water on the right. Approach shot to this two-tiered green should favor the left side to avoid water on the right.
|13: The Pine Walk|
TLand O’ Lake is all carry over water and bunkers. Green is three-tiered from back to front and may require an additional club to avoid bunker surrounding the entire front of the green.
|14: The Long Man|
Pine Lake is a 528 yd Par 5. Tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway to avoid bunkers on the left. The second shot should stay to the left avoiding the chain bunkers on the right. Long hitters can reach in two.
|15: Lily Pond|
The Gulley is a beautiful 227 yd Par 3 that carries over water and bunkers. Shorter hitters might want to play to the right of the green. Tricky tee shot may require an extra club.
|16: Northward Ho|
Naddle Hill is a 454 Yd Par 4. Tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway. Approach shot should be kept to the right side of this two-tiered green to avoid the deep bunker on the left
|17: The Windy Ridge|
The Windy Ridge is where you can make up some strokes. This short 506 yd Par 5 can be reached in two by the long hitters. Otherwise keep the ball on the left side of the fairway and keep your approach shot to the left side of the green to avoid the deep bunkers on the right.
|18: The Grey Mule|
The Grey Mule is a beautiful hole coming up to the clubhouse. This 458 yd par 4 has the widest fairway on the course. Approach shot should be to the left side of this three-tiered green that slopes from back to front to avoid the bunkers on the right.