Well I finally had some time to complete the BP Black guide, so here you go. And BTW thanks for the positive comments :)
OK, forget thinking about any birdie here, this is the one hole that the fairway is pretty much unreachable with any club, even the R9. Once in a while if you have a favorable wind, you can get one to just eek out onto the fairway but that is rare. The good news is that it really doesn't matter if you make the fairway or not because you can't reach the green with your second shot no matter what you do with your drive. So on your second shot just grab your old 3 wood and hit it on down the fairway as far as you can. This shot should leave you about 100 to 120 yards from the pin. Try and stick a short iron close and make your par which is fairly easy on this flat green.
Relatively easy par 4 here. Just drive it down the middle or a bit to the right side for the best approach to the pin. This will be around a 200 yard second shot to the green but it slopes a lot back to front so don't be afraid of landing one close to the pin. Being long here is much better than short. Birdies here should be fairly easy.
Another un-birdie-able par 4 that can't be reached with 2 shots. So just like 5,7,9 and 10, put your 3rd shot close and try and escape with a par. Fairly flat green here so you should make par most times. Watch your putt swing meter here. It tends to start at 60ft a lot for some reason and that can really mess up your round if you don't catch it.
Looooooong Par 5 but all in all a fairly easy hole. Your third shot to the green should be in the 130 to 150 yard range. I don't recommend going right at this flag as there is to much trouble close. I prefer to aim a little left and a little long here to be safe. The green is pretty sloped here but you should get a decent shot at a birdie.
Second easiest hole on the course. You can go right at the flag but DON'T be short. This green will test your putting skills as it is very sloped. You need a birdie here most times.
Ah, the last of the unreachable par 4s. See holes 5, 7, 9, 10 or 12 on how to proceed :) Third shot club selection can be a little tricky because of the elevated green but the given club works most times. You don't want to be short here and you can land one close to the pin because of the severe slope back to front. One of the tougher greens to putt, grab a par and consider yourself lucky.
This long hole is reachable in two with the upgraded driver and a tail wind, but even if you don't reach you should only be left with a short chip to the pin. The green is fairly sloped making this a tougher birdie hole but one you should par.
Long par 3 but reachable with a 3 wood. Green is pretty sloped so stopping the drive near the pin should be no problem. Going a little long here is better than short. Fairly easy birdie hole.
I hope you don't need a birdie here to qualify because birdies here will be few and far between. Put your drive down the left side of the fairway for the best approach to the green. Your second shot here will be in the 180 to 190 range and going right at the pin will be very hard to pull off. In using enough club to get over the bunkers on the right, you will never be able to stop the ball on the green. Your best shot at birdie is to aim left of the flag and try an nail a 30 footer or so for birdie or just be happy with your par.
Well that's it! Good luck on qualifying and I hope this guide helps but not enough that it knocks me over the cut line :)