A well placed tee shot to either side of the fairway tree, which is 325 yards from the white tee markers, allows for an unobstructed second shot. The tree is 185 yards from the green.
These side by side par three holes may look similar on the scorecard, but they are laid out in opposite directions. Depending on the wind, they can play 2-3 clubs differently from the same yardage.
Front hole locations on this green require precise approach shots because of slope. Two to three feet of break is not unusual if you are left or right of the hole location.
A well struck tee shot will clear the hill and give you a good look at the flag, anything less and you will have a blind second shot. Favor the right side if you can’t reach the green in two.
Plan your shots on this hole to begin your back nine with a good score. A right to left tee shot is ideal and then avoid the fairway tree, which is 125 yards from the green, with your second shot.
This is another undulating green, so play to the middle and take your chances with your putter. Be careful with the front right hole location. Any putt that rolls past the cup may finish off of the green.
This par five provides an opportunity for birdie or better, if you can squeeze your tee shot into the tree lined fairway.