Par 5 - 530 yards
This demanding starting hole plays uphill into the prevailing wind. Do not let the yardage fool you—this is a true three-shot par five. Hit a good drive center to left center of the fairway. On your lay-up second shot, try to position the ball in the left center of the fairway to create the best angle for your third shot. With your third shot, play to center of the green avoiding bunker right. Par is a good start to an amazing golf experience ahead of you.
Par 3 - 190 yards
This strategic par three needs your concentration! Stay away from the rocks on the left. This hole is slightly uphill, so you may need to choose one more club than you think. However, you don’t want to be over this green or you will face a difficult and fast downhill chip shot. While putting, pay attention to the elevations on this green. Good luck!
Par 4 - 395 yards
This fairly straightaway par four should start with a tee shot to the left center of the fairway. Accuracy is more important than distance in order to set up a good second shot to this green. Do not hit long on you’re approach as this would leave a very difficult chip. Watch the undulations on your putt.
Par 4 - 430 yards
This is the longest par four on the front nine. You must hit a solid drive to allow you to reach this elevated green. If need be, play a run-up shot on your second with a fairway wood. The green complex will accept this type of shot. This green generally breaks east to west. A par here gives you bragging rights in the clubhouse!
Par 3 - 185 yards
This spectacular par three with the old kiln in the background is not only challenging, but is destined to be one of the most photographed par threes in the Caribbean. Choose the correct club, take a deep breath and hit your shot of the day.
Par 5 - 645 yards
This magnificent par five is the longest hole on the course and gives you many great views of the Caribbean Sea. This hole will play shorter than the yardage, as it is downhill and downwind. Play smart, keep your drive and second shot in the fairway. This will set up a memorable approach shot to an undulating green complex. Be careful on your putts—this green slopes from front to back.
Par 4 - 425 yards
This strategic dogleg left par four will test your talents. Play a big drive to the right center of the fairway for the best angle into the green. Your second shot should favor the right side of the green, as left is no bargain. Do not be a hero—play smart as par is a good score.
Par 3 - 195 yards
Although not extremely long, you must pay attention on this par three. Pick the proper club, and by all means avoid the severe bunkers on the left. A miss short right will enable you to salvage a par. Pay attention to the elevation changes on this green when putting.
Par 5 - 595 yards
This is a true risk-reward par five. Play a big drive down the right center and you could be going for this green in two. If you are laying up on your second, favor the right side of the fairway for the most options on your approach shot. An exciting finishing hole for the front nine. A good score here deserves a cool drink in the clubhouse!