Hole by Hole Description by Jack Gale, PGA Master Professional
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Hole 1, Par 3, Blue 148, White 130, Red 115
The opening hole is a par three which has a bunker left of the green and a lateral water hazard to the left. The green slopes from back to front and from right to left. The hole is slightly uphill so hit an extra club.
Hole 2, Par 5, Blue 550, White 475, Red 426
Our longest and most difficult par five is a dogleg right hole with out of bounds to the left and trees on the right. A lateral water hazard lies just to the right of the trees. Two fairway bunkers mark the landing area of your second shot. The hole doglegs from here with approach shots from 100 to 150 yards to a relatively flat green with bunkers left and over.
Hole 3, Par 3, Blue 148, White 143, Red 138
A par three with two bunkers left and a pond well to the right with a small flat green. This hole plays into the wind the majority of the time.
Hole 4, Par 3, Blue 144, White 130, Red 121
A par three with out of bounds left and bunkers left and right. This slightly elevated green makes golfers carry the ball all the way to the green. Be careful on this hole when the wind is in your face.
Hole 5, Par 5, Blue 450, White 400, Red 392
A short par five with out of bounds well left and a bunker bisecting the left half of the fairway creates trouble on this hole. A long thin green with bunkers left and right require accurate second or third shots. A good birdie opportunity awaits you on this hole.
Hole 6, Par 3, Blue 135, White 119, Red 106
A huge deep bunker protects this green on the left side with another bunker to the rear. A large green with slope on the left confronts the golfers.
Hole 7, Par 3, Blue 162, White 127, Red 118
Hole 8, Par 3, Blue 167, White 141, Red 119
The longest par three on the front has three bunkers surrounding a small green. A large bunker in front with another on the left and one behind the green. This hole dictates an accurate shot.
Hole 9, Par 4, Blue 400, White 350, Red 284
The only par four on the front nine is a good one. The tee shot on this slight dogleg left is defined by a large tree on the left and a number of trees along the right. A canal bisects the fairway at about the two hundred fifty yard point. A large sloping green is protected by bunkers left and right.
Hole 10, Par 5, Blue 470, White 425, Red 360
This dogleg right par five offers a tee shot with out of bounds and trees left and numerous trees down the right. The second shot must be played down to the corner or player can attempt to go over the trees to reach the green in two shots. A well bunkered green awaits the player with hazards front left and back right. This green has some tricky pin placements.
Hole 11, Par 3, Blue 162, White 128, Red 111
Hole 12, Par 4, Blue 325, White 300, Red 284
A short par four with a fairway bunker on the left and three bunkers surrounding the green. Out of bounds on the left is marked by Via Poinciana. A medium sized green sloped front to back confronts the golfer.
Hole 13, Par 3, Blue 85, White 77, Red 69
The shortest of our eleven par threes measures under one hundred yards. Two bunkers protect the front of the green. This is a definite birdie opportunity.
Hole 14, Par 3, Blue 180, White 162, Red 148
Hole 15, Par 4, Blue 375, White 300, Red 275
Our toughest par four is a dogleg right with a pond along the right and out of bounds left. A few trees protect the path to the green along the right side. A wide, but shallow green with bunkers front left and over awaits the golfers.
Hole 16, Par 3, Blue 175 White 156, Red 143
Hole 17, Par 3, Blue 135, White 115, Red 104
A short par three has a green which slopes front the back right corner to front left edge. A bunker guards the front left and another is over the green. This slightly elevated green rejects shots landing short or right.
Hole 18, Par 3, Blue 350, White 300, Red 272