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A drive up the right side will give you the best entrance to the green. Split level green that is protected by a bunker on the left and runs to the water.
Short, but demanding iron shot with bunkers to the left and water on the right. The correct club selection is a must for success on this par 3.
Dog leg right par 5. A straight drive puts you in good position to reach in 3. Big hitters can take a chance and hit over the right trees for a chance to get home in 2.
Sweeping fairway around the water will make the golfer choose how much water they want to fly. Your second shot leaves no room long and the green slopes from right to left.
A solid driving hole, you must navigate the fairway bunkers and a fairway that slopes to the right. The green slopes severely from back left to the front right so keeping the ball below the hole is key.
A seemingly straightforward par 3, but the wind coming across the lake makes the club selection critical. This par 3 can cause troubles.
Accuracy over distance is a key to this hole, with out of bounds left and trees right. A drive on the right side of fairway will setup your second shot into the green that slopes from back to front. A pond on the left can come into play on the second shot, or a big drive.
A long drive will give you a chance for a mid to short iron into the green that is protected by bunkers. Left side bunkers can cause misfortune with the green sloping to the right.
This par 5 is risk reward, with hazards surrounding the green except for a small opening on the left. A giant drive on the left side of the fairway can give you a green light to swing for the green. Laying up to this par 5 can be a better choice with the green sloping severely back to front.
With out of bounds to the right and trees to the left, a straight drive will put you in good position to attack the green. A pair of traps to the right shields a green that slopes to the right. Larger hitters can cut off some distance over the trees and have a shorter club coming in.
A tough driving hole with both accuracy and distance a premium. With three bunkers around the green and out of bounds behind, the golfer needs to keep the ball straight and below the hole.
This is a short par 4 with trees lining both sides of the fairway and a reachable fairway bunker on the left. The green slopes to the right so try and keep the ball below the hole.
The signature hole is all you want in a par 3. The green runs to the water missing left is a safe play but is still a hard up and down.
Not the longest par 5 at the hawk but with an up hill second shot it is tough to reach in two. Laying up to a likeable distance is the best way to attack this green that slopes back to front and is well guarded by bunkers.
A tee shot up the right side is a must for the golfer with the fairway sloping to the left. It is mid to long iron in to the green for a second shot. The green drops off behind and left, which can cause concerns.
A short par 3 with the intimidation of water short and a green that slopes vigorously from left to right. Proper club selection is the key for success.
Length off the tee is a bonus in setting up for your second shot. The green is long so pin placement will have an effect on club selection. The green slopes from left to right and is lined with bunkers along the right side.
A finishing par 5 that can be a place to pick up a stroke if needed. A drive up the right side will give you a good angle either to lay up or go for the green. Both fairway bunkers are in play on the second shot. The green slopes from right to left with bunkers on both sides.