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Hole By Hole

  • Hole #1

    Hole #1

    Bali Palm
    Begin your round at Bali Hai with a 341-yard par 4. Wisdom dictates a strategic shot off the tee. Bunkers jealously guard the large two tiered green.
  • Hole #2

    Hole #2

    Castaway
    Hole 2 is a 538 Yard Par 5. The tee shot requires precise placement between two large bunkers that frame the fairway. The second shot should be played beyond the cart path and left of the bunker just short of the green which is one of the more difficult putting holes on the course.
  • Hole #3

    Hole #3

    Shipwreck
    Is a 468 Yard Par 4. It calls for a tee shot placed between the large left hand fairway bunker and the creek to the right, which runs from the tee to the green. From the fair way you’ll have a mid to long iron approach onto a large angulating green.
  • Hole #4

    Hole #4

    Paradise
    Is a testy and strategic 324 Yard Par 4. The key to a Par or Birdie here is the position off the tee. Achieving a good tee shot results in a short wedge shot onto a three tiered green with water lurking short and to the right.
  • Hole #5

    Hole #5

    Peninsula
    Hole 5 is 392 Yard with water to the right and bunkers to the left. After a good tee shot, you need to hit a nice iron shot in a uniquely angled green that slops from front to back. This is a good hole to test your course management skills.
  • Hole #6

    Hole #6

    Great White
    Is a challenging 168 Yard Par 3. It is the first of 5 par 3s’ that require a precise tee shot across a lake that guards the front of the green.
  • Hole #7

    Hole #7

    Bali Beach
    Is 550 yard par 5 and the longest hole on the course. Big hitters can shorten this hole by playing over the left hand fairway bunker. Depending on your drive, you may be able to reach the green in two shots. Be weary as the green side bunkers can be challenging even for the best players.
  • Hole #8

    Hole #8

    Hai Way
    482 Yard Par 4 that requires an accurate drive down the right side of the fairway. From there, you will have a long approach into a large difficult to read green. A par on this hole is as rewarding as successfully drawing into an inside straight.
  • Hole #9

    Hole #9

    Luah
    A 208 Yard Par 3. Club selection is the key with water left and bunkers right and the clubhouse behind the green. Concentrate and remember a ball is a couple of bucks, the clubhouse has windows- a several hundred.
  • Hole #10

    Hole #10

    Not So Right
    A long uphill 526 Yard Par 5. A well struck tee shot will feed to the bottom of a hill, setting up the 200+ yard approach. On the second shot, avoid the 40-yard-long bunker to the right. The third shot challenges you to attack the shallow green with two ridges forming a complex break from the back to front.
  • Hole #11

    Hole #11

    Lagoon
    A 190 Yard Par 3 with water and sand to the left of the green. This hole lets you take the bet and attack the green or bail out right. From there, you will need you’re “A” game to make Par.
  • Hole #12

    Hole #12

    Temple
    A 440 Yard Par 4. This is your chance to swing away, and let it rip. The saddle effect of the fairway will help offline shots back to the center but a large swale cuts through the center of the green makes it one of the most unique greens on the course.
  • Hole #13

    Hole #13

    Upaway
    A 468 Yard Par 4 dogleg right bordered by trees and a right green side bunker. Safely play it down the left hand side or cut the corner by hugging the right side. Note the pin position as you prepare to negotiate the large contour green for your best approach shot placement.
  • Hole #14

    Hole #14

    Indonesia
    250 Yard is one of the longest Par 3 holes in Las Vegas. Be sure to get enough club off the tee as to avoid the front bunker that guards the generous green. A poor tee shot here will leave you with a serious challenge to make par.
  • Hole #15

    Hole #15

    Mandelea
    546 Yard Par 5 dogleg left and the second largest hole on the course. The tee shot must navigate a narrow alley of palms. Big hitters can challenge the left fairway or you can play right of the bunker leaving you a long approach after you lay up. Either way you are faced with an uphill approach to an angulating green that falls off to the left.
  • Hole #16

    Hole #16

    Pacific Rim
    141 Par 3 has an island green and the clubhouse patio behind it. Note pin placement for best birdie opportunities.
  • Hole #17

    Hole #17

    Ambush
    A demanding 484 Yard Par 4. The best shot off the tee for most players is left of the fairway bunker. The long uphill approach to this green is a test for any golfer. This unusual green has a giant swale in the center that breaks in two distinct directions.
  • Hole #18

    Hole #18

    Kuda Bay
    This 486 Yard Par 4 Is the longest Par 4 on the course. In order to successfully beat this hole, you must play from the center of the fairway. With beachside bunkers surrounding the angular green and spectacular strip view, this is one of the most memorable finishing holes in Las Vegas.

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