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  An uphill par 4 to start your round. You want to take your tee shot up the right side of the fairway to shorten your approach shot. The green slopes back to front towards the fairway. You want to keep your ball below the pin, so that you will have an uphill putt. Remember that all of the greens are slow towards the mountain and fast rolling away from the mountain.
  The fairway slopes from left to right on your tee shot. An accurately struck driver is very rewarding, but less club and being in the fairway is a reward as well. Laying up to the pond is not a bad play on your second shot. The 100 yard marker is at the front edge of the pond. The green slopes away from you, so be short of the pin on your approach shot.
  This hole plays slightly downhill. The best landing area is the front half of the green (though you it doesn't really appear like it from the tee box). If the pin is in the back, play short anyways as the ball will naturally feed forward.
  Aim over the cart path if you are long off of the tee. Clearing the bunker on the fly will leave you 150 yards or less to the green. The green slopes away from you, so be short of the pin when you land your approach shot. Remember, putts away from the mountain are fast and towards the mountain are slow.
  Definitely hug the left side of the fairway on your tee shot (the fairway ends after 250 yards). Any shots placed to the right will add significant distance to your next shot. If you choose the driver off of the tee, play a draw. The green slopes hard from right to left. Be careful if you go to the left on your approach, there is a bunker and a steep drop off .
  You want to go down the left half of the fairway (shoot at the "aiming flag"). There is a fairway bunker to the right near the landing zone. Your bail out area on the second shot is to the right. The green is level and anything that lands short of the green will kick forward pretty hard.
  This hole plays flat from the Green, Blue, and Black tee boxes. The green is large and primarily flat. There is room for error on the right, but don't go too far.
  Check out the view from the black tee box before you head down the hill ! There is trouble up the left side of the fairway on your tee shot. Hit your longest club off the tee to shorten your approach shot. The green slopes from right to left, so try to leave yourself an uphill putt.
  The only danger on your tee shot is being in the left bunker with a tree in the way of your second shot. Hit all you have up the middle or right side and you should have a low iron into the green for your approach. There are multiple bunkers around the green (which slopes back towards the fairway), so make sure you get an accurate yardage for your second shot.
  Be in the fairway off of the tee. Even if that means clubbing down to do so. You can be putting for birdie after hitting 3 iron and 9 iron. The green slopes from right to left and is guarded by 2 bunkers.
  An accurate tee shot is pivotal. This is a 3 shot par 5, so don't over swing trying to reach it in 2 shots. The green slopes hard back towards the fairway, so stay below the pin when you approach the green. (remember that the greens roll slow towards the mountain and fast away from the mountain)
  Depending on your tee box, this hole can play up 1 or 2 clubs. Try to be below the pin. 3 putts are likely if you are long. (remember that the greens roll slow towards the mountain and fast away from the mountain)
  There is Trouble left and right off the tee. Hit the club that most accurately gets you to the 100 yard post. Do not go past the pin on your approach shot. It is a likely 3 putt if you are above the hole. (remember that the greens roll slow towards the mountain and fast away from the mountain)
  You can have a birdie putt after hitting a 6 iron and a wedge. The green is drive-able but you have to carry the entire length of the hole from the tee box.
  Straight forward par 3 with the largest green on the course. Take the cart path up to the black tee and check out an incredible view.
  You can be putting for birdie after hitting 2 iron shots and a wedge. If you can carry the 3 fairway bunkers on the fly, then you could have less than 150 yards into this par 5 on your second shot. The green is well protected, but this is definitely a birdie hole.
  Another short par 4. The key is to be accurate off of the tee. You can have a birdie putt after hitting your 200 yard club and a wedge. The green slopes hard back towards the fairway, so be short of the pin. (remember that the greens roll slow towards the mountain and fast away from the mountain)
  Hug the left side of the fairway with your tee shot. A well struck driver will leave you around 120 yards to the green. The green slopes slightly away from the fairway, so leave your approach shot short of the cup. (remember that the greens roll slow towards the mountain and fast away from the mountain)