Tom Fazio likes to get golfer's out to a good start. Hit a reasonable drive and good mid to short iron approach and you'll have a chance at birdie right out of the blocks.
Although you'll be hitting downhill, keep in mind that the wind prevails from left to right when you're setting up.
Aim your drive to the right side of the fairway to position yourself for a long uphill shot on this daunting dogleg left.
For the brave-hearted, the perfect drive is over the right-side bunker resulting in generous bounces to the center of the fairway.
The lake on the left side of this downhill par four requires two precise shots to a well guarded green. Don't be fooled by the false front on this green - everything is sloped towards the water.
A good tee shot aimed close to the towering trees on the left can result in a reachable par 5 and a great score.
The temptation is to pull out the driver and go for the green. If you are a big-hitter and cannot resist the temptation, be advised that anything off line to the right or left of the green probably requires re-teeing for your 3rd shot.
These tee areas create different angles and lengths, which add a variety of options. Club selection and concentration are the keys to a hole which attempts to lull you to sleep with natural beauty.
Your tee shot must carry an immense sinkhole to a plateaued fairway that is framed by two bunkers left and a deep grass depression right.
The tenth begins as one of the highest points on the golf course. You look across the meadow-like fairway with your only problem being the forests of trees on both sides.
As the hole doglegs left, you should play the tee shot straight down the fairway. Then you'll be positioned for the approach to a well-protected green.
Although achingly beautiful, 12 can also be brutal. A shallow plateaued green requires one of the most accurate approach shots of the day with a short to mid iron.
This is a par three with teeth and one of the most difficult holes on the course. Although the prevailing wind is helping, a demanding tee shot awaits. Take a par and run!
For the player who wants to go for it in two: aim your drive down the right side and draw it left. Under the best circumstances, you'll then have all you can hit to the elevated green in the distance.
The slightly elevated green is protected in front by a large sand bunker set into a grassy swale, and a steep drop-off in the rear with a bunker to protect you from sheer disaster.
One of the best golf holes on the entire course. The tee shot begs for a left-to-right shot and the approach to the green is best suited for a right-to-left shot. A small, kidney shaped, tiered green is guarded by trees and bunkers.
Aim your tee shot left of the first bunker, where you'll find a wide, generous landing area. Although the hill ahead with the six sandy sisters looks dangerous, it's really a classic designer's ploy.