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On the tee you need to decide whether to take it up the left or right side of the extensive bunker splitting this fairway. Going right should take the greenside bunkers out of play on your second shot.

Downhill all the way. Play to a good distance with your lay-up and you'll improve your chances of scoring well on this hole.

Gorgeous looking hole as the contours of the fairway follow the hills in the background. Pick out a target and trust your swing.

Black sand brought in from Montana sets this Par 3 apart. Finding the green is key.

Not many starting holes are as pleasing to the eye as this one. Clear sunny skies, reflective pool, distinct bunkering. Teriffic hole.

The water hazard up the left side should only come into play on your second shot. Just avoid it.

This hole is only trouble if you hook or slice it. Straight off the tee works all the time.

A kidney shaped green tucked in between three water hazards. The difficulty of your approach shot will be determined by how well you layed up on your second.

A good driving hole, elevated tee, wide open landing area.


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