A dogleg left Par 4 – water right, OB left. Tall cottonwoods guard the corner of this picturesque starter heading right up Red Deer mountain.
A straightaway Par 5 at 500 yds from the tips. Trees and trouble left and a lake at about 390 yds guarding the right side. Bunkers guard the left front of the green with some new trees around the right front.
An absolutely gorgeous little Par 4 – drivable for the long hitters, but guarded by small streams on both sides full length with a pond short right and small pond left.
Wetlands on both sides with OB left & Cottonwood Creek crossing the fairway at the 300 yd mark make this a challenging straightaway Par 4.
This shortish Par 5 doesn’t lack for character with a pond at left about 180 yds out and its outlet stream angling away to the right across the fairway. Bunkers guard the green right and left and the approach is down grain and downhill.
This 200 yd Par 3 sends you back to the west and crosses a creek to a large green with a bunker on the right. A mis-shot left puts you in another pond – Mt. Princeton behind the flagstick makes it hard to keep your head down on this tee shot.
A longish Par 4 heading back to the east with a creek and trees guarding both sides of the fairway. A large tree at the left front guards a large undulating green.
A short, but tight little Par 3 guarded by large trees and a very large, partly elevated two tier green demands a solid short to mid-iron.
This dogleg left Par 4 demands a well-placed tee shot short of the lake. Ideal tee shot approximately 175 yards. No Driver use on this hole! The sharply sloped green will make you stroke it well, don’t go long on your approach shot.