Great Par 5 which is reachable in two for the longer hitters. Favour the right side away from the pond on the left, which will give you a great angle at either going for it in two or a nice lay up.
A left to right ball flight is optimal for this tee shot. A good drive will leave you setup to approach this green in two.
Beautiful Par 3 which will require a straight tee shot. A small pot bunker on the left side is a no-no, as this will be a tough up and down no matter where the pin is.
Play this hole wisely as an errant tee shot could add up to a big number. Fairway wood or long iron off the tee is the play, leaving you a short iron into this green. A creek bed runs through this hole at about the 75-yard mark to the green.
Narrow Par 5 tee shot which favours a left to right ball flight, longer hitters might have a go, but the responsible way is to play this as a 3 shot Par 5.
Uphill Par 4 with bunkers lining the right-hand side. Driver is not needed to Par this hole.
This signature hole has a great view of the Rocky Mountains in the background. Straightaway Par 4 with a pond on the left side of the green.
Slight downhill Par 3 will require an accurate tee shot to hit this green. Mid to short iron for most staying away from the bunker on the left and pond on the right.
Bombs away Par 5 with little trouble off the tee unless you hit an errant tee shot. Longer hitters can go after this in two which should setup a nice birdie opportunity. Bunkers on the right-hand side as well as one left of the green. Also a pond on the left. Play this hole as a risk and reward.
Blind tee shot which makes aiming on this hole crucial, aim down the right side of the fairway as everything slopes from the right. A good drive here will leave you a shorter iron which is key, as the front apron is usually pretty hard sending balls to the back of the green and maybe off.
Slight dog leg to the right, aim your tee shot left fairway which should give you a favourable kick into the middle. This is a green light opportunity for the longer hitters.
Unique Par 3 with a humongous tree impairing the vision to the green. Short is not a bad play as the farther right you go, they call this the valley of making five.
Left to right Par 4, be sure to aim for the 150-yard marker as this will give you the best angle towards this small green. Bunker in the front and back make the approach shot very delicate.
Water all the way up the left side making a right to left shot very dangerous. Fairway wood to long iron here is the play. Do not hit your approach long as the ball has a good chance of going out of bounds.
Mid range Par 3 with water on the left and bunkers. Mid to low iron is usually required with the prevailing wind usually in your face.
Bombs away on this hole, as most players struggle to hit this green in two. Narrow green sloping left into a bunker and right down the hill which will give you an almost impossible up and down. Par is a great score on this hole.
Mini Par 3, but can get you if you hit your ball into the right bunker. Hitting long of the pin usually gives you a slippery downhill putt.
Slightly blind tee shot, but aim right at the clubhouse to leave you in the middle of the fairway. No bunkers, but a pond behind this green makes your club selection and guessing the wind key.