Hole No. 1
The par four 1st has an open fairway with a slightly elevated green guarded by three shallow bunkers. Out of bounds on either side all the way down.
Hole No. 2
The 2nd has a green which breaks off sharply at the rear.
Beware the trees behind the green.
Hole No. 3
After the water hazard, the par 4 third has plenty of fairway to aim for which breaks sharply right to left. There is a deep bunker in front of the elevated green which is tiered.
Hole No. 4
The par four 4th demands an accurate drive to open up the tricky green.
Trees lurk to block the approach if you are greedy whit your first.
Hole No. 5
The par four 5th is a downhill dogleg left.
The left and rear of the green is banked.
Hole No. 6
The par four 4 sixth has a greatly elevated tee.
The first shot is over 50 yards of brush to a fairway which is sharply slanted from left to right.
Hole No. 7
The par 5 seventh begins uphill to a fairway which is slanted right to left.
After the crest of the hill the fairway forms a dogleg left a gradual descent.
The fairway is then uphill to the green.
Hole No. 8
The 8th is a long par three with a steep large unprotected green.
Hole No. 9
The par five 9th tempts you take on the trees but the steep slope on the dogleg tends to throw the ball out of bounds. The green is steep with a swale and bank to the rear. A great hole.
Hole No. 10
Easy driving on the par 4 10th but the green is only easy to reach with good distance. The green slopes from the back to the front and is trapped on the right and left.
Hole No. 11
The par 3 eleventh has an elevated tee.
There is a pond to the right of the green and trap to the left of the green.
Hole No. 12
The par four 12th is a dogleg right up a steep hill. There is a rough of the green and very little room behind. Distance judgement is the key to unlocking the flattish green.
Hole No. 13
The par 3 thirteenth is from an elevated tee over rough. The green is slightly elevated as compared to the surrounding fairway.
Hole No. 14
The par four 14th has a dry lake to clear before the uphill fairway reveals the steep green protected by bunkers.
Hole No. 15
The easiest hole is a chip uphill to a filtered green. Be careful you get on the right level as missing leaves difficult putt.
Hole No. 16
The par five 16th has an elevated tee with a glorious fairway open in front. The fairway narrows by the dry lake making the choice of second shot key to the hole.
Hole No. 17
The penultimate hole has an initial blind shot up a hill.
The fairway to the green then slopes right to left.
Hole No. 18
The par four 4th eighteenth is from an elevated tee to an undulating fairway.
The green is elevated with traps on left side and the right front.
The green slopes from back to front and has crown in the center.