|Hole 1||Hole 2||Hole 3||Hole 4||Hole 5||Hole 6||Hole 7||Hole 8||Hole 9|
|Hole 10||Hole 11||Hole 12||Hole 13||Hole 14||Hole 15||Hole 16||Hole 17||Hole 18|
An excellent example of a Par 4 not needing to be long to be an outstanding hole. Anything left is likely to find the water hazard, while a high stand of trees will catch an errant ball to the right. The tee shot needs to reach the corner of the dog-leg to allow for a short iron to the elevated green. Tee shots just a little short will mean a second shot that will either need to be bunted low to avoid overhanging branches or hit with a left-to-right ball flight to avoid same. A ball just reaching the green is likely to roll back off the false front.