The opening hole plays dogleg left uphill to a green with the course's landmark silo in the background.
After a tight tee shot, the hole plays dogleg right with an approach shot to a difficult green with bunkers in front and back.
The first par 5 hole plays downhill with a lake along the right side of the fairway and green.
A downhill par 3 to a green with a pond on the left and surrounded by bunkers. Par is a good score here.
A long, winding dogleg right par 5 with FedEx Corp.'s headquarters along the right side of the green.
A dogleg left with an uphill approach shot to an undulating green protected by bunkers left and right.
A straight-away par 4 with a tight fairway to a green with bunkers left to protect against errant fades and a large tree to catch errant draws.
A par 3 to an elevated green surrounded by bunkers and large run-off collection areas.
A long dogleg right, slightly downhill with the second shot over a lake that guards the front of the green. The player needs a lot of length to get in good position for the approach. The ideal drive is past the large tree on the right of the fairway to ensure an open shot to the green. The ninth is the hardest hole on the golf course.
The outward nine begins with a dogleg left and a creek cutting the fairway in half. This can leave a very difficult approach shot depending on the pin position.
A smaller version of the famous 17th island green at TPC Sawgrass, but with its own uniqueness. This signature hole requires a short iron over water to a green with a small pot bunker that guards the front edge.
A dogleg right with a lake running the entire right side of the hole from tee to green.
A slight dogleg right with the widest fairway on the course, which plays uphill to a well-guarded green.
The signature par 3 14th plays from an elevated tee with a full carry over water to a severely undulating green. A very difficult hole set among a natural amphitheater, making for great viewing down the stretch.
A short par 4 with a tight tee shot guarded by trees. The hole then doglegs left over a creek to a green surrounded by bunkers left and long.
The par 5 16th has an uphill tee shot with a slight dogleg left. Depending on the drive, there is a good opportunity to hit the green in two, but there is a large bunker complex surrounding the front and sides and a steep collection area long.
A long, straight-away par 4, which requires the correct layup distance as there is a creek 150 yards short of the green. The approach plays uphill to a large green surrounded by bunkers left and right.
The closing hole is a dogleg left with water along the entire left side of the fairway and green. There were fireworks on this hole in 2018 with Dustin Johnson’s 171-yard eagle hole-out victory, and there will be plenty more as the top players battle down the stretch for a WGC title.