sdandrea1 Sounds like that would be a fun setup on some courses, but I'm not sure that setup would work on the course I've been playing out here most often recently. The first hole would be a 290 yard, par 6 and either your drive or approach would hit OVER the next tee box which would be hitting nearly over the green you're aiming at. Holes 7&8 would combine to make a ~97 yard, par 6.
The back nine looks treacherous, at least in the beginning. 10&11 make a ~570 yard, par 5. 12&13 make a 830 yard, par 7, 14&15 make a 420 yard, par 6. 16&17 make a 525 yard, par 6.
I guess I can see where it can definitely be difficult... with the right course setup. I think that front on this course is just not a good example because it's a lot of back and forth, nearly parallel holes.