Hole by Hole 10
474 Yards Par 4
The first hole on the back nine starts off with the longest and most difficult par 4 on the property. This dogleg left turns around a large group of trees and expansive waste bunkers. Laying back and playing safe out to the right will only make this hole play longer, but it may be the safest way to secure an easy bogey. Those looking to one up their opponent may try taking on this bunker or delicately placing a right to left shot through this narrow gap in order to shorten the hole. The green sits in a slight depression but be aware of the bunkers short left which are placed into a natural ridge line which can propel shots away from pin positions placed just over the bunkers edge.