Hole 1 starts your golf game off with a long par 3. Keep your tee shot in the center as the fairway has trees on both sides. The green breaks from left to right.
Hole 2 is a par five with a slight curve to the left which narrows in the middle of the hole. If you get a nice drive you may be in range to hit an approach shot to the green, which is slightly elevated and flanked by two sand traps.
Hole 3 is a par four. There is a road to the right, keep your drive straight. The green drops off to the left so keep your chip centered.
Hole 4 is another par four. The fairway has wood line along the right side til the green. The green breaks left towards the sand trap. Have fun with this one.
Hole 5 is a par four that has a hard dog leg right. If you over shoot the fairway you could be in long grass. This is a large green, lots of space to place your shot.
Hole 6 is a par five with a slight bend to the right. Once you get to the green keep below the hole as it may keep rolling by the pin.
Hole 7 is a par three. There is a sand trap on the right so make sure to grab the correct club for your tee shot. Once on the green it breaks to the left, hopefully putting for a birdie.
Hole 8 is a par four that has a dog leg left. You may want to lay up or go for it and hope to avoid the willow tree on the left at the bend. Another green that you want to stay below the pin.
Hole 9 is a par four. There is OB to the right the county road is close by. Once you make it to the green your putt will break from right to left.