On this dogleg right par 4, position your tee shot to the left corner, as the fairway sloped from left to right. The approach shot should be to the left center of the green, as it is undulated and also breaks from left to right.
The San Pedro River hugs the left side of this par 4. An ideal tee shot is to the right center of the fairway. Approach shots should favor the left center of this left to right sloping green.
This par 4 has a split fairway. The carry to reach the left side from the back tee is only 213 yards. Play for the right center, as this fairway slopes from the left to right.
This par 3 slopes from left to right, so favor the left center of the green on your tee shot.
The San Pedro River borders the entire left side of this par 5. Tee shots should be aimed at the bunker on the right side of the fairway. Second shots should also head for the bunker on the right side to set up your approach. You must avoid the left side wash!
From the tee, favor the left center of the fairway on this long, slight dogleg right, par 4. Approach shots are to a green that sloped from left to right.
This short par 3 requires precise distance control. Club selection is critical. A greenside bunker guards the right corner of the green.
On this straight par 4, you must be precise from the tee to avoid trouble to the left of the fairway. Your approach shot should favor the left side of the green, keeping the big bunker on the right side out of play.
This long, three-shot par 5 requires placement rather than distance. Keep second shot on the left side of the fairway, as it slopes from left to right. Take enough club on the approach to carry the water and safely reach the narrow green.
On this medium length, dogleg left par 4, favor the right center of the fairway from the tee. The approach shot is to a green that slopes left to right. You can bail out to the right of the green.
This straight, medium length par 3 requires precision and proper club selection. Don’t miss left as a n up and down from these, with the green sloping away from you, is very tough.
On this long par 4, favor the left side of the narrow landing area so you can see the green on your second shot. The uphill second shot plays to a slightly elevated, sloping green. Be sure to select enough club on your approach.
Tee shots on this long, three-shot par 5 should be aimed at the right side of the fairway. Also keep second shots right of the center, if you go left, you may be blocked out. Take enough club on the approach to avoid the greenside bunker on the right.
Words can’t do this great par 4 justice. Favor the left side of the tee. With its narrow landing area and approach zone, this slight, left to right doglef will expose the weaklings in your gang. The bailout area short and right of the green is key!
This elevated par 3 provides a scenic overlook of big Dragon, Cochise and the mountain ranges of Cochise County. There is a 50-yard drop from tee to green. Swirling winds will come into play. Club selection is crucial.
Dogleg right on this par 4. Watch for the bunkers on the inside of the bend. Don’t go right on your approach shot as a big ol bunker is waiting to punish you.
This long par 5 is reachable in two for the long hitter. Avoid the left side transition area on your second shot. The precision of your lay up will determine the difficulty of your approach shot to this green.
This great oar 4 is one of the finer finishing holes in Cochise County. You face a split fairway from the tee. The percentage play is to the right side. A successful tee shot leaves a long approach over water to a well-protected green. Bail out to the left corner of the green.