Land your tee shot in the middle of the fairway on #5 and this is what you'll see.
The beautiful approach on #5 offers lake views and a backstopped green.
The remaining fairway and the green itself offer multiple contours and ridges on hole 5.
The par-3 6th is surrounded by what look like the footprints of a giant bear.
Tee Shot #8
One of the easier holes on the course if you reach the wide fairway.
This waste bunker on #8 is a thing of beauty - as long as you don't land in it.
Finish the Front
The 9th green is downhill and surrounded by swamp land. Keep it short and straight and you'll roll right up to the flag.
After the Turn
#10 offers a wide fairway target as long as you clear the pine tree filled waste bunkers between here and there.
Number 12 Tee
This tee shot tempts many a long hitter to go for the green, but the safe shot is the hillside on the right. Hit it high and watch your ball roll toward the green.
12th Green via Telescope
A zoomed in view of the landing area for those foolish or good enough to "go for it" from the back tees.
Number 12 Approach
For those mere mortals who can't drive the green, this is the place you'd like to be for your second shot.
All Downhill from Here
The 12th green is an easy target if approached from the right side. Land it short and roll it up the sloping green or go deep and spin it back.
Number 12 Green
This heavily contoured green makes for an interesting read - once you've safely landed on it.
Nice Sand Trap
You don't want to be here. The 13th green is guarded by a huge bunker on the left side of the fairway.
All that stands between you and the pin on the 13th green is a giant bunker with a tight landing area.
Number 14 - Palmer Tee
A relatively easy par 5 - if you stay in the fairway.
Number 14 - King Tee
Waste Bunkers Galore
The 15th tee can be quite intimidating if you're prone to hit it left or short. Waste bunkers can be quite unforgiving - especially if you get trapped behind a pine tree.
Tee shot on #17 - 200 yards, par 3. Sand traps guard the front, water hazard on the left, swamp grass long and right. Landing on the green is a must.
The last 100 yards can be the toughest. The approach to #18 can be tricky - short is only safe if you stay straight as danger lurks on either side in the front of the green. Long risks traps and woods.