A strong drive up the left side will work to your advantage.
A relatively short Par 4 into an elevated green. Give some thought to pulling out an extra club on your approach shot.
A gentle dogleg right into a green with plenty of hazards to help you focus.
Just avoid the trees that appear to clutter the fairway. There's plenty of room if you put your drive up the middle.
A well placed drive up the middle should run out nicely.
A relatively short Par 3, the hazard covering the right side really shouldn't come into play.
A narrow, two tiered green...find the right tier and you can walk off with birdie.
There's a birdie available here. Just need a couple of good shots to find it.
Wonderful hole, elevated tee with an approach shot into an generous elevated green. Great combination.
All you've got to do is carry the water here, the green is pretty flat.