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Diagram of hole 1

Hole 1 | Par

Straight away Par 4 with mounds on the right and O.B on left. Keep tee ball on right side of fairway. Mid iron to small green.

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Diagram of hole 2

Hole 2 | Par 3

Difficult Par 3 with all the trouble short. Requires both length and accuracy. Don’t be short!

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Diagram of hole 3

Hole 3 | Par 5

Slight dogleg to the right Par 5. A straight drive provides long hitters an opportunity to go for the green in two. A lay up to the right side is a smart play with water on the left.

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Diagram of hole 4

Hole 4 | Par 4

Keep the tee ball down the right side. There is more room than appears. This opens up the green for a short to mid iron to the green.

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Diagram of hole 5

Hole 5 | Par 5

Our longest hole requires a straight tee shot over fairway bunkers. Lay up second shot short of lake with a long iron. Mid iron in to a sloping green.

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Diagram of hole 6

Hole 6 | Par 4

A short Par 4 that requires a tee shot on the right side of fairway leaving a short iron to the green. Watch out for trouble over the green!

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Diagram of hole 7

Hole 7 | Par 4

This long dogleg left is well suited for the right to left player. A well-struck tee ball will put players around the corner. Be sure to take enough club to reach green.

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Diagram of hole 8

Hole 8 | Par 3

A visual intimidating hole with water and bunkers. Wind plays an important role as club selection is paramount.

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Diagram of hole 9

Hole 9 | Par 4

A drive to the left side of the fairway will give better access to the pin with this long and narrow green.

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Diagram of hole 10

Hole 10 | Par 4

Straight hitters will have a significant advantage as trouble looms on both sides of this hole. Second shot is longer than it appears so take one more club.

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Diagram of hole 11

Hole 11 | Par 4

Play to the right side to avoid bunkers. Second shot requires a left to right shot to this long and narrow three-tiered green.

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Diagram of hole 12

Hole 12 | Par 3

The 12th hole without question is our most difficult Par 3. Requires an accurate tee shot to a very small target.

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Diagram of hole 13

Hole 13 | Par 5

A drive down the right side of the fairway is this play here. Long hitters can reach the green in two, but be aware of waste bunker and water down the left side on second shot.

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Diagram of hole 14

Hole 14 | Par 4

A straight away long Par 4. This elevated green poses a difficult target for a fairway wood or long iron.

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Diagram of hole 15

Hole 15 | Par 3

The shortest of our demanding Par 3’s is well guarded in front by a large bunker. Just play to the center of the green and hope to walk off with a par.

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Diagram of hole 16

Hole 16 | Par 4

A very distinctive hole here at River Club has water coming into play off the tee on both sides and an island green. Just stay dry!

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Diagram of hole 17

Hole 17 | Par 5

A long sharp dogleg left Par 5. Water down left side of you bite off more than you can chew trying to cut the dogleg. Keep layup shot down the right side for the best angle to the pin.

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Diagram of hole 18

Hole 18 | Par 4

The 18th, our signature hole, requires a straight drive to avoid trouble on both sides of the fairway. Short iron second shot to well guarded green.

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