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Just down the path from the Redwood Grill is the swimming pool and cabana. An oversized pool for adults and children alike, there are also several pagodas and a pavilion convenient for those seeking shade from the sun. The pool snack stand serves a variety of light fare for children and adults alike.
This downhill slight dogleg right hole has a large pond guarding the left side of the fairway. The drive should favor left center of the fairway leaving a level stance for a short iron approach.
The tee shot carries an environmentally sensitive area and needs to avoid the bunkers that frame the landing area. The second shot must carry the two cross bunkers to reach the green in two for an eagle opportunity.
A pond right of the green makes any pin location right of center difficult to reach. A large bunker protects the left side of the green as well. Miss the green and par will be a very good score.
This uphill hole requires a long straight tee shot to avoid the bunkers on the left and right. A middle iron approach to the elevated green where players cannot see the putting surface. Proper club selection is a must. Miss-club could result in a 100-foot putt.
This downhill par 5 is reachable in two with a tee shot in the fairway. Bunkers protect the right side of the landing area and the fairway slopes to a pond on the left, which runs almost the length of the hole. An eagle is just as likely as double bogey.
One of the most difficult holes on the front side, this straightaway hole plays into the prevailing west wind. The same pond which protects the 5th hole, protects the left side of this hole. Two well-struck shots will reach the green, which is undulating. Par is a very good score.
The highest hole on the course is often at the mercy of the wind. The hole features a double fairway with a 15-foot elevation change between the two. The uphill tee shot must find either fairway leaving a middle iron approach to an undulating green.
A picturesque par-3, and signature hole. This downhill hole requires a precise tee shot to avoid the pond and bunkers which guard the front and back of the green. The green is only 20 yards deep so proper club selection is a must.
This uphill, dogleg left hole requires a well struck tee shot splitting three fairway bunkers which frame the landing area. Players cannot see the landing area, so picking the correct line for the tee shot is a must. A short iron approach will reach yet another undulating green.
A picturesque view of the back nine and Oregon Ridge faces the player from the tee. The downhill tee shot requires placement as opposed to length to avoid the bunkers and pond. A slight uphill short iron approach should find the green, which slopes from left to right.
This slightly downhill par 3 allows the player a full view of the green. Bunkers guard the right and left sides of the green, which slopes from back to front. A well-struck tee shot will provide a birdie opportunity.
This uphill tee shot must carry an environmentally sensitive area into the prevailing wind. The fairway offers plenty of room to the right, however, hugging the left side avoids carrying the bunkers, which guard the right side of the green. The player cannot see the green from the fairway so proper club selection is a must for the approach shot.
The hole features a double fairway separated by a large bunker. The landing area on the right fairway is very generous, but the narrow fairway to the left is the shortest route to the hole. A well-struck tee shot will leave a middle iron approach to the green which slopes from back to front.
A demanding tee shot across an environmentally sensitive area to a green protected by bunkers front and back make par a terrific score. Depending upon the wind, this hole requires a tee shot with any club from middle iron to fairway wood.
The tee shot must avoid a pond and native areas on the left and bunkers on the right. A short iron approach will be left to a green protected by bunkers on the right and grass collection areas on the left. Two properly played shots should be rewarded with a birdie opportunity.
Back into the prevailing wind, the tee shot needs to be long and straight to avoid the bunkers on the right side of the fairway. The approach bends gently to the right with a pond guarding the green for those attempting to reach in two. A large undulating green puts a premium on putting.
An uphill blind tee shot must split two sets of bunkers guarding the landing area, which slopes downhill toward the green. Depending upon wind conditions, the tee shot will leave a ling to short iron approach to a green that slopes from back to front.
The tee shot needs to be long and straight to avoid the bunkers and rough guarding the sloping fairway. A tree rest in the middle of the approach, giving an option on which side to hit. Reachable in two with a fairway wood or long iron, the shot can be "shaped" into the green or carry deep bunkers guarding the front right. Tournaments are won or lost on this hole, as birdie or double bogey are likely scores.