Long hitters can drive this green. Otherwise, aim your tee shot along the left edge of the fairway to account for the severe left to right slope. A bunker guards the front right portion of the green, which is one of the flattest on the course. The par four opener offers the opportunity for a great start.
Aim your tee shot right of center on this short par five. The slope sends everything bouncing to the left. Long hitters may attempt to reach the green in two by curving their second shot left to right, or hitting it over the large trees that protect the large, back-to-front sloping green.
On the first par three, missing the green to the right is not good. Missing to the left is much worse. Bunkers guard the front of this right-to-left sloping green.
Favor the right side of this left sloping fairway. Distance control is important when hitting your approach shot to this deep green.
Finding the fairway from the tee makes the approach slot less difficult on this shot par four. While the large green slopes severely from left to right, you are much better off with an uphill putt.
Long hitters who can reach the downhill slope from the tee will benefit from extra roll, and a chance to reach the green in two. The green is large and has a subtle right to left slope. Avoid the hazard on the left.
This par three has a forced carry over a pond. Bunkers protect the right and left sides of the green. Remember to consider the wind direction when selecting a club.
This is as difficult tee shot for left-to-right players. The left side of the fairway is lined with trees. The fairway slopws from left-to-right, so hug the left edge with your tee shot.
Keeping your tee shot in play is most important on this short, picturesque par four. The greenside bunker on the right captures many golf balls because missing the green to the left is a no-no.
The only blind tee shot at Felicita is on this straight away par four. Avoid the large bunker to the left of the green on your approach shot. The green slopes from back-to-front.
It is crucial to hit the fairway to make a good score on this hole. The approach to the large green is uphill and usually hit from a downhill lie.
Length is helpful on this uphill, dogleg left par five. Avoiding the farway bunker on the left is a good move. Proper club selection is important on this large green.
Remember to subtract yardage on the tee due to the elevation change from tee green. We recommend reducing the number by about 10%.
Aiming your tee shot down the right side helps account for the right-to-left slope of the fairway. Adding somewhere around 10% of yardage to your approach should help you select the right club.
The view from this tee is a popular post-round topic of conversation. After admiring the beauty of the mountain and the Resort’s Garden Room, Lodge, Spa, and Italian Gardens, aim your tee shot at the in the distance. Don’t forget about the creek beyond the pond! Long hitters have a great opportunity to reach this par five in two but be careful. Those white out-of-bounds stakes creep very close on the right side of the green.
The elevation change from tee to green is 84 feet uphill on this difficult par four. Longhitters should aim their tee shot at the left side of the fairway to account for a few controversial over-hanging limbs on the right side of the fairway. Short hitters may want to consider laying up short of the pond on their second shot.
This par three can be stretched to 265 yards from the Black Tees. Keep the hole location in mind when selecting your club because this green measures 31 yards from front to back.