No. 1

Par 4, 455 yards

This hole has been altered since the last time the event was played here, with two mounds near the green being eliminated to provide players with a better view when the pin is located in the front.

No. 2

Par 3, 215 yards

The slopes on this green have been softened but it remains a test of putting skill and offers a variety of pin positions.

No. 3

Par 5, 555 yards

To reach the elevated green in two shots, players must head up the left side of the fairway. Expect most to try that route, especially in a match-play event.

No. 4

Par 4, 435 yards

For a clear view of the two-tiered green, players must hit tee shots to the left side of the fairway. This will be essential on a green complex requiring accurate approach shots.

No. 5

Par 4, 425 yards

Look for players to aim tee shots to the right side of the fairway and allow them to roll down the slope. The green slopes from back to front.

No. 6

Par 5, 585 yards

This is the longest hole on the course, but don't be surprised to see the big hitters try to reach the green in two shots. Those who lay up must choose the high route or the low route on this split fairway.

No. 7

Par 3, 200 yards

A scenic, downhill short hole that will offer ample birdie opportunities to players who land tee shots on the correct level of this two-tiered green.

No. 8

Par 4, 380 yards

Most players here will keep their drivers in their bags and instead use long irons and fairway woods to try to keep tee shots right of the fairway bunker, leaving short approaches.

No. 9

Par 3, 190 yards

The signature hole on the course offers one main challenge: landing the tee shot on the correct side of the ridge that bisects the green. A two-putt from the wrong side is extremely difficult.

No. 10

Par 5, 505 yards

Birdies might be needed just to halve this hole, which most players will try to reach in two shots. There are plenty of bunkers in front of the green, which slopes from front to back.

No. 11

Par 4, 465 yards

In contrast to the previous hole, par might be good enough to win this hole, which challenges players off the tee with a fairway bunker on the right side.

No. 12

Par 5, 580 yards

This green complex has been rebuilt since the last time the event was held here -- and moved closer to the water. But that might not stop players looking for a lift from trying to get home in two.

No. 13

Par 4, 475 yards

Because the hole plays downhill, players will try to boom their tee shots through the plateau in the fairway to gain extra roll. Those who do will be left with short irons to an undulating green.

No. 14

Par 3, 175 yards

The shortest hole on the course offers a heavily contoured green on which putts of any significant length will include considerable breaks.

No. 15

Par 4, 380 yards

In contrast to the previous hole, this one plays longer than its yardage. Getting up and down from the mound behind the green is extremely difficult.

No. 16

Par 4, 470 yards

This dogleg left requires a precise tee shot that avoids the fairway bunkers and a downhill approach shot to a green set on Lake Manassas.

No. 17

Par 4, 405 yards

Most players will probably use fairway woods off the tee, but those needing to make a move may try to carry the fairway bunker on the left, leaving an easy pitch to the two-tiered green.

No. 18

Par 4, 420 yards

Matches that reach the final hole will require long, accurate tee shots followed by uphill approaches with middle irons to a green bisected by a large ridge.