The second nine holes were added in 2007. Currently, those original holes are played as #1-5, #15-18, while the new nine begins on #6 and takes you through #14 as listed on the scorecard. Each of these nines will play substantially different from the other. The original course provides plenty of undulation and elevation changes from tee to landing area, and even into the green. Hitting the fairway is more important off the tee, as there are trees lining several holes. The new nine gives you the option to let ‘er rip off the tee. Wide fairways leave some room for error. Pay attention to slight elevation changes, as they could affect your club selection. Also, be aware of the lay of the land to determine the breaks on these tough to read greens. There are five par 3’s on this course, trimming the par down to 71.