Par 4- 371 Yards
Hole #3 is a slight dogleg to the right. There is a lot of room on the left side that is protected by a line of trees from going out of bounds. The second shot could be difficult if you go right off your tee shot because the right side has a few mature trees and a water hazard. As you approach the green there are two bunkers placed at 50 and 10 yards. There is also a green side bunker on the back left side.
The green is very wide, but not very long so distance will be the key for your approach shot. The green is relatively flat except for the left side which slopes down towards the fairway.
Par 5- 484 Yards
Hole #12 shares the same fairway and green as hole number three, but the hole changes to a par 5. The hole requires a straight tee shot. Your second shot if missed right has danger of going into the water hazard. The fairway bunkers on the right come more into play on your approach shot on this hole if you try to go for the green and come up short.