This par five has all of the challenges that makes it a classic finishing hole. Playing over 600 yards from the back tees, the player must navigate a fairway bunker on the right side, then hit short of the hazard before hitting across the hazard to the green.
This par three is uphill all the way to the green. Like hole number fifteen, this green is angled to the back and right. A bunker in front protects most of the green.
The long hitter will like this hole. Drive over the fairway bunker and the player will be left with a short iron to the green.
This par four is one fairway bunker on the left side that needs to be avoided. The second shot will require a long mid iron to a green that hides behind the front right bunker.
This par four allows the player to pick his preferred method of navigating the fairway bunker that faces him from the tee. A player can go short, over to the left or to the right of the bunker before they approach to the green.
Most will agree that this is the toughest hole on the course. Besides being a long par four, the hole is lined by a water hazard along the entire left side.
From the tee, it is apparent that a shot that is short of the green is not good, as it will likely come to rest in the hazard. This par three requires a carry across the hazard to reach most parts of the green, but a long shot will be trapped by a bunker behind…
Three large fairway bunkers await tee shots that are hit to the right side of this fairway. Players must navigate hazards on both sides of the landing, unless the big hitter wants to bypass the landing area and try for the green in two shots on this par five.
Starting the back nine is this par four that has an uphill fairway challenging the tee shot. Once the uphill slope is carried, the angled green is tucked a little left of the fairway’s centerline.
From the tee, the player may not be able to see the green on this par four. Though not a true dogleg, the hole has the green tucked out of sight behind the left fairway bunker.