Number two is a par three with a very deep green. 56 yards!

The first third of the green actually slopes away from your tee shot, so this is a tough pin to get close to from about 185 yards.

Number three is a 357 yard par four with water on the right.

You can play brainy ball and position yourself for a nice wedge shot or just blast a driver down there and hope for the best.

Birdie hole!

Four is a 543 yard par five.

Mr. Fazio incorporated some very nice bunkering into this design.

Another large green with massive greenside bunker.

Here is a look at the approach to the 478 yard par four, fifth hole at Belterra.

This one is tough.

Slight dogleg left with water down the left side.

At the 420 yard, dogleg right eight hole, you can see a good example of how to frame a fairway.
Here is eight green. I couldn't resist showing how deep the greens are at Belterra.

Better pull the right club or you'll be three jacking a bunch of these monsters.

Number nine features another beautiful tee shot.
12 is a downhill, 193 yard par three.
Here is the tee shot at 13. It's a 392 yard par four with a hard dogleg left at the corner just past the bunkering.

It's a layup for big hitters.

If you hit your tee shot right at the trunk of the massive oak, you'll leave a short iron in.

Here is a look back the 423 yard 17th hole.

Another massive better find the correct pin area or you'll have some fun putting this one.

Here is the finishing hole at Belterra.

In case you forgot where you are the rather bodacious casino/resort rest behind the green.

Beautiful par five finishing hole with a great risk/reward feature.