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Pinon

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Description

This starting par 4 can be more of a challenge than it looks. With a slight dogleg left a tree comes into play on the right hand side. Many long hitters can find the rough on either side of the fairway. Do not go too long or too far right because natural grass and a pond come into play on ones second shot. Lastly, with a slightly sloped back to front green and bunkers on each side of the green, hitting a precise shot is a must.
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Description

Teeing off to an elevated fairway can be a challenge for low ball hitters. Getting to the top of the hill has a huge advantage, because the player can see where the flag is on this very wide two-tiered green. Hit between the trees to hit the green or run the risk losing the ball or going out of bounds. Once on the green don’t get too comfortable because if the ball is on the wrong side of the green a three putt is easily doable.
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Description

A shorter par 3 has many people thinking an easy birdie, but that is easier said than done. With a large ditch before the green, if a shot is hit short one will have a steep climb to the green. Then hitting a ball slightly to the right, left or long trees and natural grass comes into play, leaving the player with a tough shot or a lost ball. The green slopes from back to front, so be careful putting.
  • 521 Yards
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Description

This par 5 has a narrow window to tee off through from the back tees and the ideal shot is to the left-center side of the fairway. If the player has an angle, longer hitters can go for the green, while most people will prefer to lay up before the ditch in front of the green. The green is sloped from front to back with a ridge of rough around the back of the green.
  • 328 Yards
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Description

This par 4 is a beautiful downhill dogleg right alongside highway 160. If one can hit it alongside the tree line or with a fade they could be in great shape for their chip shot. However there is a bunker at the dogleg that will catch balls that overshoot the fairway. Otherwise it would be smart to lay up with an iron and take another iron to the green. The green is circular with a slight tier and slope from right to left.
  • 567 Yards
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Description

A lengthy par 5 along Highway 160, there is natural growing grass, and trees along the right and trees with the road to the left. So hit your tee shot down the middle to have the best chance at a good second shot. This green is very tough to reach in two shots so setting yourself up for a good chip shot will be a huge benefit. The green is then sloped from back to front.
  • 435 Yards
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Description

This par 4 is a dogleg left; playing a draw or cutting the trees is an ideal shot in this situation. There are trees down the right-hand side that will catch any ball hit their way. Also there are a couple trees alongside a pond and natural grass down the left-hand side. An angled fairway and a sloped green from right to left can send poor shots array. A bunker at the front-left side of the green catches any balls hit its way.
  • 216 Yards
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Description

A pond separates the green from the tee boxes and will collect many short shots on this long par 3. With afternoon winds, this hole can play longer than it seems. There is a bunker to the left of the green and the green is tiered which can make putting challenging if put far from the hole.
  • 390 Yards
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Description

An uphill par 4 which is fairly straight forward there are a few trees off to the right and natural grass to the left. This hole is forgivable allowing a not great tee shot to be okay in the end. With the green being elevated and sloped back to front the hole can seem a little longer than it says. Watch out for the bunker on the right and the drop off to the left.

Ponderosa

  • 297 Yards
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Description

This short, slightly uphill par 4 has natural grass on both sides of the hole, making it challenging if a tee shot ends off the fairway. There is a bunker in front of the green and two others off to the left side of the green. The green does have two tiers to it, so be careful where you place the ball lands when chipped and how quickly you putt on the green.
  • 126 Yards
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Description

This is a short par 3 protected by trees on all sides and a bunker in the front. Going for the center of the green is a smart play on this hole. However there is a tier in the back-right side of the green that can make a birdie putt harder if not on the same tier as the hole.
  • 348 Yards
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Description

A narrow fairway on a shorter par 4 can be much harder than it may seem. With a hill and trees on the left and a slope with trees on the right a straight shot is a must. Now, the second shot is tricky as well; being a long green with a bunker to the front right side of it. When doing this do not forget about the slight tier in the middle of the green.
  • 442 Yards
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Description

This is longer par 4 with a slight dogleg right. Play your tee shot down the middle and your second shot shouldn’t be difficult. The green is sloped from the front to the back with a mound in the front-right of the green protecting it. There are two bunkers protecting this green; one to the right of the green and behind the green.
  • 408 Yards
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Description

This par 4 is downhill, so people who slice or hook the ball must beware because their ball will carry further to that side. Hitting your second shot is slightly uphill to a green protect by a bunker on the back left side. This green can be very long if you are on the opposite side of the pin, so place the ball close to the hole.
  • 361 Yards
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  • 319 Yards

Description

The back tees have a narrow opening to the fairway, while the other tees are much more open. This hole is a dogleg left, so longer hitter need to play the center left-center side on the fairway. A second shot hits to a tiered green that can seem like a whole different green putting from one tier to the other. Oh and there is a bunker on the left side of the green.
  • 424 Yards
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Description

Another narrow tee box especially from the back tees. The fairway travels up a hill, back down to a valley and then up to the green. Placing a tee shot to the right center of the fairway and down the first hill is ideal. Then your next shot is completely uphill and may seem further than the distance says. Once on the green there is a significant tier dividing the far right side and the left side.
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Description

A couple of challenges surround this par 3 green. To the front, left side of the green there are trees that can impact ball flight. A bunker encompasses the front-right side of the green gobbling up balls hit its way. Finally behind the green slopes away from the green so hitting the ball over the green is not a good idea. Now to top it all off there is a tier in the green splitting the right and left side of the green.
  • 567 Yards
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  • 437 Yards

Description

A long par 5 which is downhill and a slight dogleg right shape. There are a few trees off the right side of the fairway making it very hard to cut the corner for a shorter second shot. The second shot should be open allowing people to go for it or set up an easy approach shot. The green is fairly large with a bunker on the front right side of the green. With a good approach shot one can end this nine with a birdie.

Meadows

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Description

This par 4 has rolling hills on both sides of the fairway. A straight fairway allows for an easy shot to the green and with a good approach a birdie is possible. Just be aware of the bunker on the front-right side of the green. The out of bounds to the right fairway and the hazard to the left of the fairway can complicate things as well.
  • 549 Yards
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Description

This par 5 has a hazard down the left side and out of bounds down the right side. A good tee shot in the fairway will allow some hitters to go for the green, while others will opt to set up a good chip shot. Be aware of the bunker in front of the green. This is another tiered green making a putt harder than it may look.
  • 585 Yards
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Description

Teeing off of this par 5 the player must hit over the natural grass to a slightly uphill fairway. With a good tee shot hitters can again go for the green on their second shot, however this one can scare many players with water engulfing the front of the green. This green is very wide with a tier on the right side making long putts very difficult. Don’t forget about the bunker in the back of the green. With water in the front and a bunker in the back this approach shot can be very challenging.
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Description

This short par 3 is from an elevated tee box. Teeing off over the pond makes people really think about which club they would like to use. Behind the green and the green is sloped from the back to the front so if one does hit the ball long it will be safe, but a challenging chip shot back onto the green. This green is tiered in the middle dividing the front and the back of the green.
  • 449 Yards
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Description

A dogleg left par 4 has water running down the whole left side of the hole. The tee shot can be challenging because you have to go over the water and not go too far into the natural grass over the fairway. Your next shot continues to deal with the water and a bunker that catches balls before the water. Don’t forget about the rolling hills to the right and back of the green.
  • 212 Yards
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Description

A longer par 3 that begins with a tee shot where the player must carry the ball over the water to the green. There is a bunker to the left of the green, more water to the right, and houses at the back so placing a good tee shot is key. This green is large and tiered to catch balls and provide a little challenge for any putt.
  • 424 Yards
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Description

A straight par 4 sits in between the condos with rolling hills down the right-hand side. With out of bounds down both sides a large slice or hook could be in trouble. The green is protected by a bunker to the front, a down slope to the right and a mound with a down slope to the left. Hit a shot on the green and have a birdie chance on this long green.
  • 398 Yards
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Description

This straight par 4 has a fairway bunker on the left side. Don’t forget about the out of bounds on the left and right sides of the fairway. A slightly elevated green and mounds surrounding the green on the left and back sides, the approach shot shouldn’t be a challenging one. There is a bunker in front of the green on the right side, but shouldn’t come into play with a good chip shot. The green is larger and tiered down the middle separating the left and right sides of the green.
  • 491 Yards
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Description

Water runs down the left side of the fairway of this par 4 and then dividing the fairway from the green. A Longer hitter may drive their golf balls into the water, and with out of bounds on the right this can be a risky move. On the approach shot the green is surrounded by mounds and water to the other sides. A tier splits the front and the back of the green making golfers think twice.