A par 3 playing 80 – 193 yards. The green is protected by two large bunkers at the front of the green, with a narrow approach splitting the bunkers.
A par 3 playing 80 – 165 yards. The green is protected by a greenside bunker on the right and natural vegetation to the left. Make sure you choose the right club because the back of the greens slopes off into the natural vegetation.
A par four playing 275 – 450 yards. Favor the right side of the fairway which will give you the best angle at the green which dog-legs left. A large pond guards the front of the green making the approach shot very difficult. The left side of the green is protected by a bunker.
A par five playing 365 – 525 yards. The fairway for holes 3a and 3b are shared. After a good tee shot golfers can test one’s fairway woods by going for the green or laying up. The green is protected by two bunkers that sit short of the green.
A par three playing 115-175 yards. The green for hole 3b is used for hole 4 with a different set of tee boxes. Hole 4’s tee box offers golfers a different angle at the green to test accuracy of one’s iron game.
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