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Hole 1
Hole 1
Par 4
Handicap 5
Yardage:
Blue- 300
White-288
Red- 242

The first of five par 4s on the course. An elevated tee shot against the dramatic canyon setting lends to a lay up in front of the creek with a second shot to a small, well bunkered green.

Pro Tip: Hit the lay up shot in front of the creek for 200 yards. The carry is too much to chew for the first one out of the gate.

Hole 2
Hole 2
Par 3
Handicap 1
Yardage:
Blue- 201
White-176
Red- 144

The first and toughest of the challenging par 3's. Another elevated tee shot requires deadly accuracy with the creek to the left and canyon to the right awaiting errant tee shots. Green is well bunkered on the right and left.

Pro Tip: The tee shot demands accuracy and distance. Club up and swing easy!

Hole 3
Hole 3
Par 4
Handicap 7
Yardage:
Blue- 308
White-274
Red- 261

Slight dog leg left par 4 with a fairway bunker at about 80 yards in. Favor the left side with your tee shot and keep the ball below the hole on the green that slopes from front to back.

Pro Tip: Big hitters can run out of real estate right on the tee shot at about 230 yards. If you have more than that in your hands, aim over the stone pine in front of the tee.

Hole 4
Hole 4
Par 3
Handicap 3
Yardage:
Blue- 195
White-177
Red- 153

Another challenging par 3 with wind typically at your back and a tee shot to the longest green on the course. The rocky canyon wall still awaits any errant shots to the right.

Pro Tip: Beware of short-siding yourself in the deep and treacherous green side bunkers. Take a conservative line to the flag and be grateful for any green in regulation.

Hole 5
Hole 5
Par 4
Handicap 4
Yardage:
Blue- 318
White-292
Red- 254

Longest of the par 4s at 315 yards, but plays all of it uphill and into the wind usually. Fairway bottle necks at around 250 yards and is guarded by heavy stone pine groves. This small and difficult green is severely sloped from back to front.

Pro Tip: Take accuracy versus distance on the tee shot as a missed fairway is jailed in the stone pines. Keep the hole in front of you on the approach shot with long misses leaving an almost impossible up & down to this treacherous green.

Hole 6
Hole 6
Par 3
Handicap 8
Yardage:
Blue- 120
White-102
Red- 93

This special par 3 is a signature hole on the course. Missed tee shots will find their way into the creek in front. Winds are usually into the player so take an extra 1/2 club.

Pro Tip: Don't let the yardage fool you! A predominant breeze into the player requires accurate club selection and misses long are deadly.

Hole 7
Hole 7
Par 4
Handicap 6
Yardage:
Blue- 298
White-214
Red- 195

This tee shot provides a stunning view to the mouth of the canyon. A generous fairway awaits the player, but aim away from a difficult fairway bunker sitting about 50 yards from the hole.

Pro Tip: Favor the left side of the fairway to avoid the fairway bunker. A good wedge approach should leave a reasonable birdie putt on this large green.

Hole 8
Hole 8
Par 3
Handicap 2
Yardage:
Blue- 207/185
White-124
Red- 83

The toughest hole on the course! A par 3 measuring at just over 200 yards from the back tees with a forced carry over the creek of at least 185 yards. A large bunker looms on the right side of the green. Good luck!

Pro Tip: Be smart and leave any miss to the left of this green with ample bail out space. It's your best bet for an up & down par.

Hole 9
Hole 9
Par 4
Handicap 9
Yardage:
Blue- 274
White-254
Red- 244

This hole is an inviting par 4 to finish up leading you back to the clubhouse. Stone pines line the fairway leading up to elevated green with a tricky back shelf. Beware the large bunker to the left of the green. A perfect hole to cap off your round!

Pro Tip: Take the big dog out and let er' rip! An aggressive tee shot should leave a short chip to the green and a favorable opportunity at birdie.