A small green of approximately 5,500 square feet has challenging but manageable slopes “fingering” through the green. A low fade shot can be worked into various pin locations or the pin can be attacked via a high lofted short iron. Three bunkers surrounding the green entrance challenge the back right and front right pin locations. A generous collar left of the green catches errant shots leaving players multiple recovery options back to the pin. But don't let the name fool you. Leave your tee shot left or in the back bunkers, and par is no "easy" task.
Black: 135 | Blue: 122 | White: 106 | Red: 90
Short, Not Easy
This may be the shortest hole on the property, but the challenging green leads to plenty of three putts. Pin placement and knowing where to hit your shot is important.
Three deep and large bunker protect the front, back and right sides of the green.
This smallish green has many fingerling slopes that make it challenging. Sloping form right to left, and with a ridge that runs through the middle, this green will make a poorly placed tee shot a challenging par for sure.