|Number two is a 414 yard par four.
The second shot requires precision to this shallow, raised green.
|Number four is a slight dogleg right, 518 yard par five.
Choosing driver off the tee means you have to be accurate, but it may give you a chance at getting to this green in two.
Notice the OB stake lower right. You'll see a lot of those at Indian Springs.
|Looking back the signature hole at Indian Springs.
Number 11 is a 209 yard par three over the lake to a deep green. This pin is up front, but the back left pin placement makes the water even more intimadating.
Three of the par threes at Indian Springs have water in play.
|Number 17 is a 363 yard par four.
The fairway landing area is very narrow with a drop off right and a hill side left.
Then you have this 13 yard wide green to hit to.