#1 is a classic tunnel shot with the big trees and all but my favorite is probably #14. It has three really good pin placements. The short one in front of the pond is a rather tough birdie opportunity, the left one way down by the road is a great long downhill shot with all of the big trees to contend with and the one on the other side of the pond (where it is now) is a great risk/reward hole with trouble all around, pond, road, nasty brush below the damn. That hole just has a lot of personality. The two long pins are feel good threes and the short pin is a satisfying birdie. And to top it off, you can use the short pin as an alternate for #15 when teeing from below the damn with a blind shot across the pond. We plan to put and alternate tee pad in there one of these days.
There's lots of good holes out there in my opinion though. Some clunkers too but you have to take the good with the bad on most courses. They can't all be Water Works.