PAR 4 | HANDICAP 15
Risk-reward hole: if you can make it then go for the green, but if not stay short of the deep bunker fronting the green. Birdie chance here.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 1
Toughest and yet most scenic drive on the course. Find the fairway off the tee and a left to right sloped green awaits the approach.
PAR 3 | HANDICAP 9
Take notice of the pin on this par-3, because for the best birdie chance you’ll want to be on the correct tier of this split-lelel green.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 13
Good tee shot leaves just a wedge into a wide but shallow green. Play to center of green clearing the deep greenside bunker. Excellent birdie chance.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 3
Carefully placed tee shots just right of the fairway bunker are rewarded with a clear shot to an uphill narrow green. Stay left coming in.
PAR 3 | HANDICAP 11
Elevated tee places a premium on controlling trajectory on this par-3, which plays shorter than the yardage. Avoid the front greenside bunker.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 7
Rio Secco’s signature hole requires a straight tee ball and rewards with a wedge or short iron to a gently back-to-front sloped green.
PAR 5 | HANDICAP 17
Ideal tee shot is to the edge of the split fairway and a receptive green greets both the run-up and all-carry approaches. Get a birdie here.
PAR 5 | HANDICAP 5
Let it rip off the tee to a generious landing area, but only the biggest hitters will get home in two on this long par 5. Amazingly, Tiger Woods had just 6-iron in for this second shot during his then course record-setting 64.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 14
Be careful how much you take off this dogleg left. On second shot, play to the left side of green avoiding deep greenside bunker on right.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 2
Hitting the fairway is crucial, leaving a long iron or fairway wood to a gently sloped back-to-front green. Escape with par and move on.
PAR 3 | HANDICAP 16
Control your distance on this short par-3, and play to the cienter to avoid the gorge fronting this gently sloped left-to-right green.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 18
Long hitters can go for the green off the tee but deep bunkers await the errant shot. A layout off the tee leaves just a wedge into this birdie opportunity for all players.
PAR 5 | HANDICAP 4
Wide driving area off tee with a demanding second shot. Choose your layup yardage well and leave your favorite yardage coming in. Danger lurks long and left of this green.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 8
Hitting the fairway is the priority here, so take caution when cutting the corner on this gentle dogleg. Coming into the green, avoid the deep greenside bunker on right.
PAR 3 | HANDICAP 12
Choose your club wisely on this challenging par-3. Water protects the green short, and a deep swale bisects the green left and right. Par is a good score here.
PAR 5 | HANDICAP 10
Long hitters can get home in two on this demanding par-5, but everyone else must lay up short of the desert. Excellent opportunity for birdie.
PAR 4 | HANDICAP 6
What a view! Long par-4 demands a long straight drive and excellent distance control on the second shot. Par here makes post-round drinks in Janelas Restaurant & Bar even better.