Hole 1 - 305 ft: Straight, narrow hole with trees blocking shots on either side of fairway.
Hole 2 - 256 ft: Elevated tee pad. Cluster of trees block easy access to the basket. Well-placed drive required.
Hole 3 - 265 ft: Slight dog-leg right into thick wooded area with basket located in a small clearing.
Hole 4 - 418 ft: Long dog-left left with a marsh near landing zone of tee shot. Water comes into play on the left.
Hole 5 - 294 ft: Simple hole without a lot of obstruction. Straightforward, ace run type of hole.
Hole 6 - 309 ft: Trees in the fairway call for strategic flight path off the tee. Typically RHBH long hyzer shot.
Hole 7 - 292 ft: Tight, wooded hole. Tree standing in the middle of the fairway about 50 feet gives tee shot an intimidating look.
Hole 8 - 345 ft: Tee shot is tricky due to tree-limb overhang. Evergreens near putting area deny an easy approach.
Hole 9 - 546 ft: Longest hole on the course. May require two full throws to reach basket for weaker arms.
Hole 10 - 247 ft: Trees guard the basket with evergreens and OB fence along left.
Hole 11 - 296 ft: Hyzer off the tee (RHBH thrower) should find him/her self in good position for a birdie putt.
Hole 12 - 387 ft: Fairway lies adjacent to flood levee. Typically a crosswind or tailwind present.
Hole 13 - 253 ft: Signature hole. Stone pillars guard the hole placement. Typically a RHFH shot, but floating anhyzer works well also.
Hole 14 - 423 ft: Large field with scattered evergreens. Grip it and rip it!
Hole 15 - 247 ft: Elevated putting surface makes putting a challenge. Rollaways are typical and could turn into a bogey or double-bogey hole.
Hole 16 - 198 ft: Shortest hole on the course. Easy to birdie if you can avoid tree trouble and OB
Hole 17 - 323 ft: Bends around OB road. Bunker in front of the basket.
Hole 18 - 441 ft: Two pine trees guard the basket along with two large bunkers. 2nd shot is crucial to end with par on this hole.