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This first hole is a narrow Par 4 can be cut down to size with a long drive that finds the friendly downslope in the fairway. A well-managed short approach from a downhill lie leaves a nice birdie opportunity to open up the back nine.

The fairway on this medium length Par 5 slopes significantly from left to right. The green is reachable in two for long hitters however you must avoid the gigantic bunker on the left. The putting surface is deep, narrow, and slopes hard from back to front. 

Club selection is at a premium on this short Par 4. You must find the fairway and steer clear of the large bunker on the left and the desert to the right and short of the green. The second shot can be simple but make sure to not hit your ball too far as a massively deep bunker lurks behind the green.

The first of the Par 3s at Chimera can play relatively easy or devastatingly difficult depending on the prevailing winds and hole location. Pay attention to your surroundings and choose the right club or you may be facing your longest putt of the day.

This Par 4 is one of the trickiest holes on the entire course making par a truly exceptional score. Aim left and don’t be fooled by the deceptive look off the tee. Ending up the on the severe mound to the right of the fairway is easy to do and makes for one of the toughest shots on the course. If you are able to find the fairway a slightly uphill second shot awaits into a huge but fair green.

This picturesque Par 3 facing the Sunrise and Frenchman Mountains is the longest at Chimera measuring over 200 yards, from the Pegasus tees. Short and right are safe bailout areas and provide a great chance to save par.

The uphill, potentially drivable Par 4, the 7th gives you an amazing opportunity to record a red number or even make a Hole in One! However, an errant drive to the right or left can turn an easy hole into a nightmare. Considerable contours all around this green invite imagination and creativity into your short game.

Reachable in two, this Par 5 begs for a massive drive as you overlook the amazing mountain ranges in the background. Keeping your tee shot up the left side of the fairway gives you the best angle to attack the well-guarded green. The second shot plays well uphill but if played correctly, you will be rewarded with another exceptional chance to make a birdie.

The finishing hole on the front nine is a difficult Par 4 finishing over water with a breathtaking view of The Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, and Mt. Charleston. A strong drive down the left-center of the fairway is needed to set up a chance to navigate the tough approach shot. A beautiful waterfall runs parallel to the long and undulated green.