This straight away par 4 will test your trust. A semi blind shot that will need to favor the left side of the fairway. No need for driver here, a well placed tee shot will leave just a short iron to this green.
This short par 3 provides beautiful views of Tiger Mountain, but this kitty will scratch! The left side of the green provides safety, and an uphill putt. Beware of the bunker short right or it will be a long day at the beach.
A Scenic par 5 will require a tee shot favoring the left side to accommodate a sloping left to right fairway. With a generous landing area for your second you need only avoid the treacherous greenside bunkers on the left. Properly navigate this sloping green, and you’re on your way to par town.
A well placed tee shot on this par 4 should favor the left side. This will leave just a short iron into a front to back sloping green. Choose your approach wisely, long is not an option. Over this green will leave a difficult chip for even the most skilled player.
This short par 3 has an outstanding view of the Sonoran desert , but don’t let this mirage fool you. Play for the middle of this challenging green. Errant shots that come up short or long will provide difficult uphill chips for the save.
The prevailing winds have found you on this par 4, and they are not in your favor. Play the right side of the fairway, and you will be left with just a short iron into this green. A sloping front to back green will reward a good approach, but beware of the greenside bunker.
No need for driver on this short par 4. Position is key here, you will want to be short of the fairway bunker, and attack with a short iron. Be aware of the pin position on this severely tiered green or you will have a difficult putt to save your par.
Bombs away on this big boy par 5. The second shot here will require not only skill but trust. Play over the middle cactus, and you will find yourself set up for a short iron home. Pay close attention to the pin position into this large sloping green.
Welcome to the beast!! This par 4 will challenge the most skilled player. The fairway bunker to the left side is your aiming point from this tee box. Catch the slope, and you will be left with a mid-iron into this green. Favor the left side of the green, and be happy to escape with par on this hole.
Aim for the left bunker on this straight away par 4. A short iron should be all that you need into this sloping front to back green.
A beautiful par 4 with options! Play the fairway or the left side, and have a short iron into this green. From the left you will have a blind shot so find your aiming point. This is a large green with a ridge in the middle that slopes downhill over the ridge.
A Midrange Par 3. Play to the middle of this two tiered green. Avoid the rocks right, and par is in the bag.
This par 4 will require a precise tee shot if you hope to make par. Find the lone ocotillo to the right, and you will find the fairway. Miss a short to mid iron into this severely slopped green, and you will have a difficult chip to save par.
This risk reward par 4 could have you on track for a birdie. This hole plays short but big numbers are in store for you without proper club choice. Play the right side of the fairway and your ball will funnel its way to the green. Avoid the fairway bunker and the severe drop off on the left side of the green.
This straight away par 5 will demand three quality shots to achieve par. Avoid the fairway bunkers and enjoy a generous layup area short of the green. A short iron will give you an opportunity to make par on this somewhat flat green.
A mid iron to the middle of this green will have you on your way to an easy three. Should you miss the green flat landing areas and a gently contoured green should allow an up and down.
You will need to play well left on this par 4 to avoid the hidden grass bunker in the middle of this fairway. Find the left fairway, and you will have just a short iron into this sloping left to right green.
The signature 18th hole at victory is not only breathtaking but presents a formidable challenge to make your par 5. Carry the water to the fairway and you will be in good shape to lay up your second. Avoid the fairway bunker on your left, and you will have a short iron to the green.