The back right portion of the green is banked high to receive a bold approach.
Hole # 2 Par 4, 398 Yards
Fairway merges into the large expanse of grass between the fourth and ninth holes, but going uphill, it will play longer than the yardage on the card.
Hole # 3 Par 3, 164 Yards
An oasis high up on the mountain.
Hole # 4 Par 4, 464 Yards
A downhill tee shot which will go forever, unless you get greedy and lose it in the canyon to the left.
Hole # 5 Par 4, 418 Yards
Hugs the deep ravine on the left all the way from tee to green.
Hole # 6 Par 4, 364 Yards
A great green setting in a rocky gap near the cross.
Hole # 7 Par 3, 218 Yards
Following your tee shot down to the green against the looming mountain is a sensory feast.
Hole # 8 Par 5, 501 Yards
Most Members play this as three-shotter, rather than trying to carry the mouth of the ravine with their seconds.
Hole # 9 Par 4, 418 Yards OUT: Par 35, 3347 Yards.
Ideal position is to the right on a double-decked fairway.
Hole # 10 Par 4, 386 Yards
Ansel Adams' favorite hole in golf, playing straight uphill into the mouth of the canyon beyond.
Hole # 11 Par 4, 404 Yards
The green funnels away to the left behind a rock outcrop.
Hole # 12 Par 3, 153 Yards
A "postage stamp" target stuck onto the side of the mountain.
Hole # 13 Par 5, 548 Yards
TO avoid the ravine which crosses the fairway, long hitters have to flirt with the one to the right.
Hole # 14 Par 4, 415 Yards
A dramatic second shot, whether you're going for the green tucked behind deep bunkers, or just trying to get across the arroyo.
Hole # 15 Par 3, 185 Yards
The green hangs out over the rim of the arroyo.
Hole # 16 Par 4, 352 Yards
Lots of bunkers keep the fairways separate; approach from the right to skirt the rocks near the green.
Hole # 17 Par 5, 560 Yards
Second shot must thread through a narrow gap in the rocks, or carry over it.
Hole # 18 Par 4, 490 Yards IN: Par 36, 3493 Yards Total: Par 71, 6840 Yards
A strong finishing par-4 back down the mountain.
Hole # 19 Par 3, 151 Yards
Too tough for an opening par-3, too heartbreaking for the eighteenth, but a perfect nineteenth to a settle ties matches or to play for drinks at The Aerie. Others may warm up here before heading to number one.