Golf Course Drone Flyovers

Hole #1 – Par 4 – 367 Yards

Keeping drives left-center of the fairway allows for the best approach shot to the green.

Hole #2 – Par 4 – 392  Yards

A slight fade or slight draw will favor the center of the fairway. Big hitters will need to avoid the creek

Hole #3 – Par 3 – 149 Yards

A par 3 with water on the left side. 

Hole #4 – Par 5 – 501 Yards

Reachable in two for big hitters.

Hole #5 – Par 4 – 313 Yards

A par 4 with water on the upper  side. 

Hole #6 – Par 3 – 144 Yards

A par 3 with water on the center.

Hole #7 – Par 4 – 382 Yards

Drives to the center of the fairway will require all carry over the water with a mid iron to the green. Big hitters that carry their drives over the bunker should have a short iron to the green. Drives to the right of cart path will contend with hills and rough.

Hole #8 – Par 4 – 368 Yards

A par 4 with water on the lower right side. 

Hole #9 – Par 5 – 461 Yards

A shot par 5 allows for big hitters to get on in two. For the shorter hitter, keeping your second shot to the right side of the fairway allows for an easy approach to the green.

Hole #10 – Par 4 – 376 Yards

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Hole #11 – Par 4 – 376 Yards

A par 4 with no water.

Hole #12 – Par 3 – 134 Yards

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Hole #13 – Par 4 – 354 Yards

Keep drives center of the fairway. Drives over the left bunker will be hilly and will slope to the water. 

Hole #14 – Par 5 – 455 Yards

Short par 5 reachable in two for big hitters. Second shots to the left center of the fairway will allow for the best approach to the green.

Hole #15 – Par 3 – 182 Yards

The longest par 3 on the course. A slight fade is favorable to avoid the bunkers.

Hole #16 – Par 4 – 373 Yards

One of the harder par 4 holes on the course. Big hitters have a narrow landing area between the water on the right and rough on the left. Shorter hitters will have a mid iron to the green.

Hole #17 – Par 3 – 124 Yards

A par 3 with water on the right side. 

Hole #18 – Par 6 – 679 Yards

A challenging par 6! A wide fairway allows for a big drive. Second shots are better staying to the right side of the fairway to avoid water on the and allows for less trouble for the third shot. You should be left with a short iron to the green and with two putts, you’ll make par!