Leave your drive to the right and check the pin placement on this two tier green.
Lay up with a long iron or fairway wood off the tee – accuracy counts more than distance.
Water on right can be reached from the tee. Play approach at the pin.
Driving is the key – a good drive leaves a birdie opportunity with a low iron into an approachable green.
Leave the driver in the bag – fairway slopes hard to water and risk/reward doesn’t justify it.
Short par 3 with small green.
Check your pin placement on this green – it is a 2 club difference front to back.
Good drive helps you find this small green.
Leave drives to left half of fairway but don’t miss the green to the left. Best chance for birdie is a chip and putt.
Play your tee shot to the right half of the fairway – consider laying up with a fairway wood.
Grip it and rip it! Tee shot to left half of fairway provides best chance to reach the green in two.
Plays longer than the card shows. Good tee shot sits in the left half of the fairway.
Don’t ignore the elevation change – one extra club will serve you well.
A driver requires great accuracy – consider laying up with a fairway wood.
While it is reachable in two, play it safe unless you are sure you can get there in the air or you will find the traps.
Play to right half of the fairway – the left half finds the water too often.
Don’t let the water intimidate you – take enough club and take advantage of the par opportunity.
Play drive to right half of fairway. Add a club on your approach to deal with elevated green.