The 10th is the hole that is most fun to play. At 450 yards, for above average golfers, 2 well placed shots should put you within 30 feet for eagle. However, o.b. runs the length of the hole on the right and can be host to some rather atrocious scores if you get too greedy off the tee.
This hole is characterized by it's narrow playing area, trees are the main obstacle off the tee. If you manage to find the green is an easy 2 putt.
Short dogleg right, hazard on the right, driver is usually not an option here. This is the hardest approach on the course. The green is surrounded by hazard. It is also aggressively sloped from back to front which can send well played shots rolling back into the water hazard in front.
As one the shortest par 4 on the course, longer hitters can reach this green from the tee during the warmer months.
A look from the fairway back to the teebox: This tee shot is less about distance and more about placement and accuracy. An ideal shot here is a slight fade that curves with the fairway. The goal here is simple: keep the ball below the hole and you will get par. The green at the 14th is the most difficult green on the course. Our suggestion is to ask a member how to putt this one.
The 15th is the easiest hole on the course according to handicap. It is very straight forward, however it is advised to stay below the hole as the green slopes from back to front and can create some difficult putts.
The objective here is to keep the ball on the right side of the fairway, if you do that par is very easy to come by.
This tee shot starts off narrow and widens further down the hole. The ideal shot shot here is a fade. Large hills on either side of the fairway tend to keep tee shots in play. If you hit your drive 250 yards you will be left with a shot approach. Aim for the pin if it is on the left half of the green and plan your shot so that a miss will end up short of the hole.
The 18th is a par five with a severe dogleg left at 230 yards from the teebox. However, there is a large water hazard at the dogleg so tee shots must be less than 225 yards and even the longest hitters cannot fly the hazard. To reach this green in 2 shots longer hitters will be faced with a severe dogleg left starting over water to a slightly elevated green 225 yards away.