The green area at the 552 yard, par five first hole, on the North course. A creek in front makes reaching the green in two a high risk reward shot.

A look from the tee at the 419 yard, dogleg right, par four ninth. The visually imposing sand traps are a typical feature.

The 191 yard, par three, fourth hole on the West course.

More in your face sand protects this pin placement nicely.

Take your driver with you over the bridge when you go to putt. The back tees for the par five fifth are tucked back in a shoot behind the green.

A look at a typical green area at Otter Creek. Well manicured straight up golf holes. Very few gimmicks.