This may be the shortest hole on the course, but don’t expect it to simply give you and easy par. The scenic tee shot is over water to a shallow but very wide green protected behind by bunkers. With some difficult pin locations available, a two-putt or an up and down are no sure things.
Perhaps the most challenging hole on the course, this uphill dogleg right is daunting from the tee with a bunker on the right. Finding the fairway off the tee is just part of the battle as your approach shot is into the prevailing wind, over water to a shallow, undulating green. Don’t let the beauty of this par four fool you.
A beautiful par four begins your trek back to the clubhouse. While the best approach to this awkward green is from the right side of the fairway, your best chance to hit the fairway from the tee is up the left side. Once in the fairway, club selection is key as there is little room to miss this green, which is protected by a creek in front.
As far as finishing holes go, this is a good one. The 529-yard par five requires accuracy on every shot with trouble looming all the way up the right side. The longest players could get home in two but even two well struck shots may not set you up for an easy birdie with a difficult green complex awaiting. Of course, it does a provide an opportunity to post a good score to wrap up your round.