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HOLE 5 — “Longview”

Par 5
M: 607 yards (555 meters)
W: 526 yards (481 meters)

This beast of a three-shotter is ranked among the hardest par-5s on the PGA Tour. Split the bunkers left and right off the tee to set up a blind, over-the-hill second shot. Keep to the left for a clear look at your approach, then play it safe to the center of the green.


HOLE 6 — “Sidewinder”

Par 4
M: 452 yards (413 meters)
W: 406 yards (371 meters)

Downhill and dogleg-right, this is generally the toughest hole on the front side. A tee shot in the fairway is a must if you plan on making par. Then buckle up for a long second shot from a sloping lie to an elevated, severely contoured green.


HOLE 8 — “Drop Off”

Par 3
M: 232 yards (212 meters)
W: 176 yards (161 meters)

The longest par 3 on the course. The green is narrow and long, so club selection is key. Bunkers left and right and trees right make the tee shot even trickier. The smart play is to the center of the green — even if it means an extra-long putt for birdie.


HOLE 16 — “The Moccasin”

Par 4
M: 501 yards (458 meters)
W: 411 yards (376 meters)

Copperhead's most intimidating par 4, with water stretching the entire right side and trees on the left. A well-positioned drive sets up a long second shot to a wide green. Miss the fairway off the tee and you could be looking at a big number.


HOLE 17 — “The Rattler”

Par 3
M: 225 yards (206 meters)
W: 187 yards (171 meters)

A long par 3 with plenty of bite. The green may be the largest on the course, but it’s also the most heavily protected, with bunkers left, right and back, and a sharp fall-off in the front. A tee shot to the center is essential to escape with par.


HOLE 18 — “The Copperhead”

Par 4
M: 484 yards (443 meters)
W: 411 yards (376 meters)

A beautiful, uphill finisher with menacing bunkers running along the right side of the hole. An accurate tee shot leaves a testy approach to an elevated, hidden green, guarded by bunkers front and back.