The tee shot at the opening hole at Shula's Golf club should favor the right side of the fairway. Your second shot will require a mid-to long-iron approach to a generaous green which slopes from back to front.
The elevated second tee makes this medium-length par 4 play shorter than the yardage. Trouble lurks with the fairway bunker. The aggressive play challenges the bunker and offers a short second. The conservative play is a tee shot that leaves a mid-iron approach to a midsized green.
The lengthy Par 3 third hole is slightly uphill to a large sloping green. Par is a good score here.
The straightaway fourth hole requires two long shots. This bunkerless, deceptively undulating green requires and exacting approach. Once on the green you face a difficult two-putt.
The short Par 3 fifth requires precise distance control. Any shot leaking right is bound for the water. if you choose to bail-out left, you'll be left with a difficult pitch towards the water.
The drivable Par 4 sixth allows players a good opportunity for birdie. Beware of the menacing bunkers which frame this hole. An improperly placed approach onto the severely-sloped green will require deft touch for a two-putt.
A blast from the tee will allow the player to experience the ultimate rick/reward shot. The island green is receptive to a well-played shot and disposes of any wayward approaches.
The tee shot should favor the left side of the fairway, staying away from the trecherous fairway bunker guarding the right side. The green slopes severely from back to front and is surrounded by deep bunkers; it will not allow for apoorly struck approach.
The tree-lined doglet Par 5 ninth demands a pinpoint drive to the left center of the fairway. You are then confronted with a long iron or fairway wood that must find its way past two palm clusters that protects the left side. Good birdie hole!
The inward nine at Shula's Golf club begins with a soft Par 4. The tee shot should favor the left side straying clear of the tall pine trees that border the fairway. The more favorable approach is to the center of this dangerous green.
A good tee shot is a must. Water is found on both sides of the fairway. Be aware of the creek which runs across the fairway and circles the green connecting two bodies of water. This well-designed green makes shooting at the pin arduous.
A good Par 5 for the long hitters. Beware when considering going for the green in two, a shot right will find the creek. A favorable lay-up to the left side of the fairway just pass the creek will open up the modestly-sized green.
The long iron tee shot on this lengthy Par 3 must carry all the way to the green. Any shot short and left will find the water. A ridge splits the middle of this very large green.
The lengthy Par 4 fourteenth is surrounded by water. A tee shot leftcenter will provide a shorter approach. The green is safeguarded by water in front and behind.
This hole requires an accurate tee shot. Long hitters must be aware of the fairway bunker. Water borders the right side from the green. An accurate approach shot is required into the undulating green.
A left-center tee shot will provide the player with an easy lay-up or a good angle to attack the green in two. Water borders the right side of the hole.
A well-played tee shot is a must into this narrow green. Any shot that misses the green will require a deft touch on the chip shot. Beware of the back right pin. Bogies around!
The home hole.. This sharp doglet left allows the couragous an opportunity to bite off as much as they wish. A safer route will require a long second. The green is guarded by a bunker left. A great finish to a great course!