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Hole #1: This hole plays longer because drives tend to die into the rising fairway. Play your drive to the center left of the fairway beyond the tree-line that guards the left rough for your best view of the green. The range to the right is out-of-bounds. Beware hitting past the hole: the green slopes dramatically back to front. Poorly stroked putts or chips have been known to roll all the way off the front!
Hole #2: Aptly named "Delilah" for the temptation to "go for it," the green is drivable from all tees. The sharp dogleg left runs downhill towards the green. A spine runs through the center of the fairway. Play your drive left on the fairway. Drives hit short right will leave you with a blind approach. The green is wider than it is deep, with little margin for error due to the severe drop-off on three sides. A high, soft approach to the front of the green is required to hold the putting surface. The range to the right is out-of-bounds. Make sure to look at the #3 fairway as you approach the #2 green to plan your next tee shot.
Hole #3: The drive is a blind shot which must be played to the center right of the fairway to have a chance to go for the green in two. A yellow flag marks the center of the fairway. The green is guarded by heavy rough left and the tree line right. Approach shots hit to the left of the green will tend to feed back to the center, if they are high and soft.
Hole #4: Long shots tend to trickle into the pond behind the green. Please keep carts off the entire area between tee and green, and on the paths at all times. Walkers should look for the short-cut path on the left hand side of the hole that leads up the hill to the #5 tee.
Hole #5: Place your tee shot to the right center of the fairway for the best approach to the green. The green slopes west to east and north to south. To hold the green on a very long approach shot, use a high fade that lands just short and to the left of center. It should roll onto the green, and die into the slope. Waste area to the right is out-of-bounds. Tall grass to the left is out-of-bounds.
Hole #6: This is the most difficult hole on the course. It requires two long, straight shots. You may want to consider using a fairway wood from the tee to take advantage of the elevation, and carry. Your tee shot should be center right to avoid the tree line on the left. The green is longer than wide. The left side of the green is guarded by a swale. Waste areas to the right and left are out-of-bounds.
Hole #7: This hole is guarded on the right by a tree line, and on the left by the tall grass rough. Your tee shot must be played to the right side of the fairway to have a clean approach to the green. The green is longer than wide, and guarded on the right by a pond. Play a slight draw on your second shot to land short of the green and roll on.
Hole #8: Both tee and green are elevated. Long shots will encounter deep rough behind the green. The green has considerable crown. The best landing location is on the front half of the green to take advantage of the slope to hold the shot. Short shots "Sleep with the Froggies!"
Hole #9: A tee shot to the center left of the fairway will give the best approach to the green, which is guarded by a pond on the front right and a tree on the left rear. The driveway on the left, and the neighbors' field, is out of bounds.