Bombs away down this straight away par 4. Keep tee shot to the right side of the fairway for best approach. Add a club for the approach shot up the hill. Green is extremely fast from back to front.
This hole has a great view from the tee box. Typically use two clubs less for the downhill depending on wind direction.
A tee shot down the left side of the fairway sets up a good angle around the dogleg right for the second shot. This hole has a tough multi-tiered green and going over the back of it makes for a tough pitch or chip downhill back onto the green.
A long par 4 with an accessible green. Avoid the fairway bunker off the tee.
Be careful not to hit too much club off the tee. Anything more than 235 yards from the blue tee will go through the fairway into the ravine. Your approach shot should bounce from left to right near the green.
There is a nice view of Suttons Bay off to the right of the tee boxes. Wind can make this hole very tricky.
Risk reward par 5 dogleg right. Long hitters can cut the corner. If you do so, your tee shot must be kept to the right side of the fairway bunker. Any shots hit more than 235 yards directly down the middle from the blue tee boxes will go into the trees. This green tends to be firm.
Risk reward par 4. The safe play is a long iron or fairway wood to the right side of the fairway. This fairway slopes hard from right to left.
A tee shot of 225 yards just left of the fairway bunker from the blue tee sets up an uphill approach to the green. Add an extra club for the uphill approach.