Lets start in order here.......Swope
-#18, coming up the hill so slightly to finishing green, classic.Rosedale
-#9 long behind the tree, playing aggressive can get you in trouble, but this placement is a TOUGH 3 for the mere mortals, unlike those superhumans......Olathe
-#3, with the ob path on the left, this hole is visually great, and requires great touch to get the birdie.Down Under
-#17 is going to be the best to photo, #13 (Ruins) is also a good photo op.WaterWorks
-#1 or #14 toss up, in the winter #14 with the water and skyline it would be teh best hands down, but this week #1 is probably good...WyCo
-#1 or #18, the way that the trees define the fairways are truly great, you could get away with #2 as well, but really #18 is probably the best for this effort.Cliff Drive
-#4 to perfect a shot to not take, though #8 getting a shot of someone teeing is agreat option, the best hole shot on here would be #4, or the green to long #6.Blue Valley
-#4 hands down the best shot to take from the fairway to the basket, or from the basket back up the fairway. #9 when we move the pin deeper will another absolutely beautiful shot.P-Hill
-(I haven't played here enough with the recent changes to make a firm answer)Shawnee Mission
-#2, plays nice, has some great visual with the trees around it.Legacy
-Don't know haven't played, it, and I doubt I will.....Thornfield
#7 I believe
#8 per THE DICK!
with the water behind the green and to the east, this is tough shot, but very picturesque!Hidden Valley
-I believe it is #13 across the gorge.......Cliff Drive East
-#8, plays from a peninsula tee to a peninsula placement, tought to hi, and do not want to miss the green....
Hope that this helps.