Famed course architect Ed Ault originally designed the course around four lakes, which still come into play on seven different holes. The course is also known for large, undulated greens and beautiful landscape. The 8th hole has a real treat -- a picturesque covered bridge that is also visible from several other vantages on the course. Oak Tree is a definite challenge for serious players, with a total of 60 large sand bunkers throughout. Hole No. 18 is the signature hole. It's a 407-yard, par 4 that requires a precise tee shot through two fairway bunkers followed by an approach shot over a lake that is highlighted by a scenic fountain. And if you're new to this classic game, don't worry. The course is also friendly to rookies.
Green: yards 6658, rating 71.9, slope 135
White: yards 6320, rating 70.6, slope 132
Gold: yards 5236, rating 65.4, slope 114
Red: yards 4912, rating 68.7, slope 119