This average length Par 5 features a large pond that runs down the left side of the hole for the final 200 yards. Aim your tee shot down the right centre of the fairway. There is lots of room to the right of the pond to set up an easy approach to a well bunkered green.
This tricky hole is also one of the prettiest on the course as it also features a crystal clear pond running the entire length of the hole. If playing from the Black or Blue tees, you have to carry the water to large green with a deep sand bunker located to the right. Any shot that misses the green, short and left, will end up in the drink.
This is the ultimate risk reward golf hole. Not long in length, it features the "Coyote Creek" running across the fairway. Long hitters can carry the creek with a good tee shot, setting up a short approach shot into a large green. Laying up short of the creek will leave an approach shot of at least 150 yards.
This is the longest hole on the course and it usually plays into the prevailing west wind. As you approach the green, the fairway narrows into this long skinny green that features a bunker to the left of the green, and a deep swale to the right.
This is the toughest Par 3 on the course. The left third of this smaller green is protected by a large bunker with another deep bunker located to the right. The green features lots of undulations. Par on this hole is a great score.
This straight away Par 4 has a large fairway bunker on the right side of the fairway. The large green is protected by a greenside bunker located to the right. The green slopes from back to front, so try and keep your approach shot below the hole.
This long Par 4 again features a large fairway bunker located on the right. The bunkered green features lots of undulation, making putting on this hole a tough task. Par on this hole is a great score!
A shorter straight-away Par 4 features thee fairway bunkers and two greenside bunkers that must be avoided to score well on this hole. The large green features rolling undulations.
This average length Par 4 doglegs from right to left. Aim away from the three fairway bunkers to the left. If you find the short grass in amongst all the sand, your approach into a well bunker green will be from a rolling fairway. It will take four great shots to make par on this final hole.
This opening hole is a demanding Par 4 that requires an accurate tee shot to hit the fairway and avoid the bunker on the left side. The large green is protected by a deep bunker on the right side. This is a two tiered green, so it is important to keep your approach shot below the hole.
This is the longest and toughest hole on the "Deer Nine". A good tee shot finding the fairway is required to have a chance at being on the green in regulation. This huge green has two bunkers on each side so lay up shot short of the green is a good play if you cannot reach it in two shots.
Don't let the yardage fool you, this is a tricky golf hole. The right club selection on this hole is very important as you must hit the green to have a good chance at par. Tee shots that miss the green usually end up in one of the four bunkers surrounding the green.
This Par 5 is the only one on the "Deer Nine". Aim your tee shot down the right side of the fairway to avoid the bunkers on the left. An accurate second shot on the fairway (or green) is required to humble this hole.
This hole is a slight dogleg to the right. Aim your tee shot down the left hand side of the fairway for optimum position for your approach shot. The green is very large, so pay attention to the pin placement on your second shot to ensure you are using the right club.
This straight away Par 4 has a large "draw" that runs across the fairway. Select a club off the tee which will leave you at your idea yardage for your approach shot. The green has lots of undulations in it so take your time and get a good read before you putt.
This is a short Par 4 that will entice the long hitters to try and drive the green. Aim your tee shot down the left side of the fairway for your best angle to the pin. Accuracy on the approach shot is needed as the green is very shallow from front to back.
This Par 3 has a long, narrow green protected with a bunker on the left. Your club selection can vary up to three clubs depending on the pin placement. Watch for the "elephant belly" in the middle of the green.
This is a great finishing hole. Visually it is a tough tee shot because of the RV lots that line both sides of the hole. The approach shot is no easier. The green is very shallow from the front to back with a deep swale short of the green and trees directly behind the it. It takes four great shots to make par on this hole.