Hole 1
A short par 4 which can be played two ways off the tee. Avoid the fairway bunkers with a 180-190 shot to leave a short/medium iron. Play a risky longer club to set up a wedge into the green. Add a half club more into the green to avoid the bunkers pinching near the front edge.
Hint: The green rolls much faster from back to front than it appears.

Hole 2
A short par 5 with a blind tee shot. Aim your driver down the left side of the fairway to help keep the ball on the fairway. Either go for the green in two or lay up to your favorite distance. Add a half club on your approach.
Hint: Check the hole location to determine what club to use on your lay up. You may want to lay back farther with a front hole location.

Hole 3
A medium/long par 3 that plays the yardage.
Hints: Make sure you hit enough club to carry past the pinching bunkers and aim to the middle of the small green. Be aware of the hump in the middle/back of the green.

Hole 4
A long par 4 dogleg right. Aim down the left side of the fairway to avoid the cluster of trees on the right. Use a half club less on your iron shot into the wide green.
Hint: There is almost zero break on most putts.

Hole 5
A medium/long par 3 that plays slightly downhill. Will play about a half club less than the yardage but be sure to pick enough club to carry the front bunkers.
Hint: If the hole location is near the back hump in the green, be sure to hit to the hole side of the green.

Hole 6
A long, three shot par 5. A blind tee shot that hides the creek at the end of the drive zone. Use the yardage plate at the back of the tee to stay short of the creek. Pick your longest club for the second shot to climb the fairway to the green. Use almost a full club more for your shot into the green.
Hint: The combination of the uphill/less spin approach shot plus the prevailing north breeze sends balls bouncing over the green into the back rough for a very difficult up and down.

Hole 7
A medium par 4. A 220 yard shot off the tee will take the fairway bunkers out of play and control your shot to avoid trouble on both sides of the hole (unless you can carry the bunkers at 265 yards then you have a choice). Use half a club less into the left side of the green to avoid death over the green.
Hint: When the hole location is on the right side, use a full club more than the yardage.  

Hole 8
A medium par 4 dogleg right. Use a 225 yard club off the tee aimed down the left side, curved left to right ideally. Avoid the trouble on the right at all costs. Use a full club more on the second shot to carry the front bunkers.
Hint: A very flat green that plays straighter than it appears.

Hole 9
A long par 3 with a big green. The tee shot plays about 15 yards less than the yardage but only 10 if the hole location is on the left side behind the bunker.
Hint: Be sure to line up to the middle of the green as the tee points you to the right of the green.

Hole 10
A short par 4. A drop in the fairway hides a creek in the drive zone. Use the yardage plate at the back of the tee box to get the yardage to the creek. There are two ways to play the tee shot, choosing whether to play before the drop in the fairway or playing to the bottom part of the fairway near the creek. The first choice will use a shot of 200 yards and the second will use a shot of 220 yards. The approach shot plays to a very narrow green.
Hint: The first half of a double green is extremely flat with almost zero break. Long time members were known to not ever read the putts, they were all straight.

Hole 11
A long par 4 with a dogleg right. A slightly uphill tee shot that needs to stay down the left side to avoid tree trouble on the right. A very flat second will play true to the yardage on the left side of the green but an extra club if the hole location is on the upper right.
Hint: Putts going up and down the slope appear to break towards the front bunker but stay mostly straight.

Hole 12
A medium par 4. My favorite hole is downhill with a wide, blind landing area. A tee shot to the right side of the fairway leaves a better angle to the green. The green is deceivingly fast and breaks more than most WCC greens.
Hint: Split the green across the middle and play short for front hole locations and past middle for back locations.

Hole 13
A medium/long par 3. The hole plays slightly uphill and crosses a creek that doesn’t come into play. Carry the ball on the green as it usually won’t bounce on.
Hint: The green plays very slow from front to back and very fast from back to front relative to the slope.

Hole 14
A medium par 5. This slight dogleg right plays uphill after the drive. Aim at the fairway bunker off the tee with a slight fade. Decide to go for the green in two or lay up to your favorite yardage. The farther up the hill on the second gives a better view of the green.
Hint: The green splits from front to back so try to put your approach on the right or left level.

Hole 15
A long, narrow par 4. A tee shot that plays slightly uphill to a narrow fairway. The second shot plays a half club downhill to a two tiered green. Although most short shots won’t bounce onto the green, over the green is a much worse option and should be avoided at all costs.
Hint: The toughest green to read and putt on the course, especially from back to front down the hill as the ball will read to break right and actually break left.

Hole 16
A long, three shot par 5. The tee shot is limited by a pond at 260 yards from the tee. Because it’s downhill, choose a club that travels no more than 240 yards. You can hit the second as far as you can but be sure to keep your ball in between the tree line. The approach to the green plays half a club longer but even if a slight prevailing breeze can be a full club.
Hint: The green is extremely fast coming from back to front, especially on the west side.

Hole 17
Our signature hole can play short, medium or long. An all carry par 3 that can play from 100 to 205 yards. A pond guards the left side of the fairway all the way to the green. A bunker guards most of the green and needs to be carried. A wide green with a false front.
Hint: The front left tee at 135 yards is a favorite with the members. An all water carry that brings birdie and double bogey into play.

Hole 18
A long par 4. A blind tee shot that should be aimed down the left side for more roll and a better angle to the green. The second shot plays a little longer than the yardage and should be carried onto the putting surface.
Hint: The green has a significant bias pull towards the driving range, just ask any of the long standing members. (Unless you’re playing against them, they won’t tell you until they collect your money)