Tour Mako

Hole #1 - Mako Course

With OB left and a right to left sloping fairway, aiming up the right side is the play here. A large, inviting green will take the pressure off your approach shot. Just don't be long as a lake awaits any shots over the green.

Hole #2 - Mako Course

A scary tee shot! OB left and water right might have you leaving the driver in the bag. Your approach should have you aiming to the middle of the green as a lake guards the right side and two greenside bunkers protect the left.

Hole #3 - Mako Course

Toughest tee shot on the course. Distance is the key to positioning yourself to have an approach shot to this green. Anything through the fairway or short of the fairway will leave you with trees blocking your approach. Anything on this green in two should be considered a victory.

Hole #4 - Mako Course

A tough par 5 to reach in two. Aim your tee shot up the right side as the fairway feeds to the left. A go at it in 2 that does not make it should leave you with an uphill pitch shot. A large green could have you grabbing your putter for a third time!

Hole #5 - Mako Course

Easiest par 4 on this side. With a favorable set of tees you may have a go at this green from the tee. With OB left and right, don't be too errant off the tee. A good chance at birdie if you leave your approach shot below the hole.

Hole #6 - Mako Course

Looks may be deceiving; this par 3 plays all of 175 yards. Don't be long on your tee shot, over the green is out of bounds. Par is always a good number on this hole.

Hole #7 - Mako Course

Big hitters swing away! Be careful with the left side as out of bounds juts out near the fairway. A nice drive should leave you a mid to short iron into the green. A large, undulating green makes any long putts tough to get in the hole in 2.

Hole #8 - Mako Course

A short, downhill par 3 with not a lot of trouble. Dial this one in and go right at the flag. A decent tee shot here should give you a good run for birdie with par in the bag.

Hole #9 - Mako Course

A reachable par 5 with a southwest wind. Anything short in 2 should leave you a straight forward pitch shot to a deep green. Good opportunity to end the day or make the turn with a birdie.