Plays much longer than the listed yardage uphill so add 2 clubs and stay below the pin for a chance at Eagle.
Unforgiving par 3. Ensure you get on the green and below the pin.
Stay to the right of the fairway but not in #4 as the rolling hills funnel everything to the left. Anywhere else gives you a blind second shot.
Finally, a chance to grip it and rip it. Straight, short par 5 with scoring potential but has the smallest green on the course. Accuracy is key to gaining a stroke here.
If you're long, go after it to the left because everything funnels right. If you're not, stay left of center for a visible second shot.
"Put it on a tee and aim for the V" was the motto back then. Pull your 210 club and get the ball airborne quickly in the "v" of the trees of the dogleg. Otherwise, a draw around the trees with your 150 club will get you in a good position for par.
High and soft. Too much club and you're off the back, OB and playing 3 from the tee. Too little and you have a difficult chip onto a finicky green.
Try to stay "up hill" on this one. Anything below the hole tends to make for a difficult second shot but mind the trees to the right. The trees to the left are out of bounds and can prevent players from working a fade or slice into the fairway.
The yardage changes with the movement of the tee box across the pond dam. The entire shot is over water and you have about 10 yards between the pond and the apron. The left and right 1/4s of the green slope away from the center.