Whoever put the routing plan on the Web didn't have small-screen folk in mind, so you'll have to alternate between a small version that's just too small and a magnified version that comes close to life size (tip - click the magnifying glass icon over the hole you want to see in more detail).
It would be silly to try and offer a definitive opinion without more visuals to hand so let's just say the following have piqued my interest...
- shared fairway on 3rd and 7th
- lengthwise strip bunker at the front of the 4th
- tightening of the 6th green from the gentle one-shotter available off the forward tees to a pin front-left, to a back-tee, back-right pin combo that looks like it could test the finest
- the southernmost prong of that first, tuning-fork shaped section of fairway on the 10th and how it might change the way you play the hole
- the 14th, partly because short par-fours are my favourite (especially when the designer sets himself the added burden of defending them with a lone bunker - that's five fewer than the daddy of the genre at Riviera gets, incidentally) and partly because I'm curious to know whether that knot of contours in front of the green represents a knoll or a Texas-style Valley of Sin
- would I be right in thinking that 'signature hole' and '17th' will eventually be heard in the same sentence on the banks of the Rio Grande?
Pic of the Day - the 11th at Mississippi Dunes