**Starting in October 2017, coinciding with the completion of the major renovations, Rio Secco rerouted the course back to its original design. The old #10 is now #1. Enjoy! **

Tips

Risk-reward hole: if you can make it then go for the green, but if not stay short of the deep bunker fronting the green. Birdie chance here.

blue
367
white
350
gold
333
red
297

Tips

Toughest and yet most scenic drive on the course. Find the fairway off the tee and a left to right sloped green awaits the approach.

blue
434
white
416
gold
363
red
269

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Take notice of the pin on this par-3, because for the best birdie change you’ll want to be on the correct tier of this split level green.

blue
187
white
162
gold
154
red
143

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Good tee shot leaves just a wedge into a wide but shallow green. Play to center of green clearing the deep greenside bunker. Excellent birdie chance.

blue
319
white
309
gold
275
red
216

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Carefully placed tee shots just right of the fairway bunker are rewarded with a clear shot to an uphill narrow green. Stay left coming in.

blue
412
white
388
gold
360
red
336

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Elevated tee places a premium on controlling trajectory on this par-3, which plays shorter than the yardage. Avoid the front greenside bunker.

blue
183
white
166
gold
159
red
149

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Rio Secco's signature hole requires a straight tee ball and rewards with a wedge or short iron to a gently back to front sloped green.

blue
366
white
346
gold
329
red
267

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Ideal tee shot is to the edge of the split fairway and a receptive green greets both the run up and all-carry apporaches. Get a birdie here.

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504
white
482
gold
442
red
358

Tips

Let it rip off the tee to a generous landing area, but only the biggest hitters will get home in two on this long five par. Amazingly, Tiger Woods had just 6-iron in for his second shot during his then course record setting 64.

blue
591
white
563
gold
518
red
452

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Be careful how much you take off this dogleg left. On second shot, play to left side of green avoiding deep greenside bunker on right.

blue
416
white
400
gold
384
red
348

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Hitting the fairway is crucial, leaving a long iron or fairway wood to a gently sloped back to front green. Escape with par and move on.

blue
468
white
446
gold
418
red
341

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Control your distance on this short par-3, and play to center to avoid the gorge fronting this gently sloped left to right green.

blue
164
white
156
gold
133
red
105

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Long hitters can go for the green off the tee but deep bunkers await the errant shot. A layup off the tee leaves just a wedge into this back to front sloped green. Excellent birdie opportunity for all players.

blue
391
white
373
gold
347
red
328

Tips

Wide driving area off tee with a demanding second shot. Choose your layup yardage well and leave your favorite yardage coming in. Danger lurks long and left of this green.

blue
558
white
536
gold
501
red
471

Tips

Hitting the fairway is the priority here, so take caution when cutting the corner on this gentle dogleg. Coming into the green, avoid the deep greenside bunker on right.

blue
387
white
368
gold
349
red
329

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Choose your club wisely on this challenging par-3. Water protects the green short, and a deep swale bisects the green left and right. Par is a good score here.

blue
198
white
179
gold
166
red
139

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Long hitters can get home in two on this demanding par-5, but everyone else must lay up short of the desert. Excellent opportunity for birdie.

blue
531
white
506
gold
480
red
424

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What a view! Long par-4 demands a long straight drive and excellent distance control on the second shot. Par here makes post-round drinks in Janelas Restaurant & Bar even better.

blue
445
white
402
gold
370
red
286