thanks presidio, nice descriptions. the park rangers have been taking good care of the course lately, so unless you really throw off line, finding your disc isn't a problem. (I've been told that this time last year, the entire course was covered in 3' grass')
edit: I should mention that most of these descriptions assume rhbh
hole 10: this is the hole that adds 2 new discs to the lake each day
. 250'. there is an overhanging limb about 30' from the tee that you must go under, followed by another overhanging limb 40' from the hole. Dense trees starting 100' back and to the left of the pin limit the available lines. for rhbh players, the shot is a very low hyzer. lefties have to either flick it or throw a turnover. it's also possible to throw an anhyzer above and to the left of the first limb and have it fade back left at the end of its flight, but the prevailing headwind generally ensures that you will end up in the lake to the right of the basket.
hole 11: under a canopy of oaks. the 'long' position is about 200' from the basket, requiring you to thread through an opening about 30' from the pin. skip shots are possible when the grass is low. the short position is a very awkward right dogleg about 150' from the basket. it's possible to ace this with an anhyzer, though it would be difficult without getting a kick from a tree. most people just sidearm this shot.
hole 12: about 250' out, this is a hyzer shot into a headwind, threading between trees on the right and a large tree 150' in front of the tee. people not used to headwinds tend to go into or near the lake down the hill to the right.
hole 13: in an open field - the first two positions are about 400' with the second one being behind a large bush. the third position is about 500' and to the right of some dense bushes. the prevailing right-to-left crosswind makes the third position awkward for right handers.
hole 14: the A and B positions are basically hyzers onto a hill about 250' out. the C position is a long right turn 350` out and 30' below the tee. there's also a 'monster tee' near the short basket on hole 6. from there, it's about an 80' drop and ~550' from the pins, kind of like the 'top of the world' hole at de laveaga.
hole 15: this is on the side of a hill sloping up to the right, with trees on the right for the first 100' or so. the short position is a birdie/ace run about 250' from the tee. the other 3 positions are out past the trees and up on the hill to the right. there's a r-l crosswind from the tee, which turns into a headwind as you get onto the fairway. be careful throwing a putter for your approach, as nose-up shots can actually be blown back behind you
hole 16: about 300' out, with a tree about 30' in front of the tee requiring you to go under a 10' limb. there's also a small hyzer opening to the right.
hole 17: very long, downhill, and at least a 20mph headwind. the hill also slopes down to the right. this is where the big arms pull out the firebird (I like to throw an H illusion, let it flip a little, and it will fade back onto the fairway). the short position is about 350', and can be reached with a roc/putter. the B position is about 50' past the short, and tucked in left near the trees. if you pull it short on this, it'll go into a creek-crevice filled with huge poison oak bushes. the C position is similar to B, only about 500' from the tee. the D position is about 650' out and difficult to par.
hole 18: there is a tree in front and to the left of the tee, blocking a straight shot to the longer positions. the short position is a blind birdie/ace run about 250' out (it's blocked from view on the other side of the slope). the 2 longer positions are both 300' sweeping hyzers, with the shorter of the 2 under a canopy.