Enjoy the panoramic view from the elevated tee on this par 4 starting hole. A 50 foot drop in elevation could assist your initial tee shot depending upon the wind conditions. A solidly struck iron approach to a well guarded green is required
A par 5 dogleg left greets the player as the fairway slopes gently from left to right. Avoiding the bunkers along the right side of the fairway is the key to success on this mid-length hole. Birdie opportunities await those players hitting iron shots carrying the precise distance.
Taking aim at the left center of the fairway is the first objective on this demanding par 4. A mid-to long iron approach is left to a large undulating green. Par is a respectable score.
The first par 3 on the front nine posts a strong challenge. A tee shot that favors the right side will funnel down nicely to the putting surface. The large green will place a premium on your lag putting.
A slight draw is the desired ball flight which will leave you in perfect position for your approach shot. One of the largest greens on the front side, subtle breaks make reading this green a bit challenging.
The rarest of great holes, a true short par 4, one that many players can theoretically reach with their drives, poses the ultimate risk-reward decision on the tee. This green is guarded by a deep bunker on the left.
Bella Collinas signature hole, this uphill lengthy par 3 is both beautiful and challenging. Bunkers on the left encourage the player to bail out to the right in order to post a respectable score.
Key strategy is to avoid the bunkers down the left side of the fairway on this lengthy par 4. The distance of your approach shot may vary as this expansive putting green is deeper than it is wide. Par is a good score.
Knowing where to strategically place your golf ball is critical on this tricky par 5. Favoring the right side of the fairway all the way to the hole is crucial to navigating your way to a good score. Be careful, as this green slopes from right to left a bit more than it appears.
This hole can be considered a “birdie” hole if your tee shot is struck down the middle. A short iron approach is required to this relatively flat green. Avoid the trouble behind the green long by making sure your approach shot carries the correct distance.
Don’t let your guard down on this medium length par 3. Protected by a large bunker on the right and deep rough on the left, an accurate tee shot is a must. A birdie opportunity awaits any shot hit online.
Significant bunkering down both sides of the fairway and undulating topography make this hole challenging as you navigate this demanding par 5. Your work is not finished as you reach this large two tiered green. Birdies are well earned.
Bite off as much as you dare as a drive down the right side provides the shortest approach shot into the green. To assure par, the player must hit an accurate approach which carries the proper distance and lands on the same level as the flagstick.
A great example of a strategically designed golf hole, the fourteenth is designed with carefully placed bunkers and a premium on the tee shot. If you miss the green, you’ll need imagination for your chip shots.
Find the fairway long off the tee and you can reach the green in two. Other options include laying up and having a short iron approach into this slightly elevated green. This hole may see an eagle or two, but a bogey is possible if the player is not careful!
Be careful to check the direction of the wind on this scenic par 3. The elevated tee and strategic bunkering will make club selection tricky. If played correctly, this is a great opportunity for a well needed birdie heading for the clubhouse
The penultimate hole where a long straight drive is essential. This fairway slopes dramatically from left to right leaving a blind shot to a small green. A large bunker near the green gives the impression that it closely guards the putting surface, but there is actually 40 yards between the green and this deep hazard. Par is a very respectable score.
A hidden landing area makes the tee shot critical on this dog-leg left finishing par 4. Favor the left side off the tee and a mid length iron is left into one of the largest greens on the back nine. Subtle breaks in this green will make chipping and putting a challenge.