The elevation change from tee to green is approximately 35 feet. The key is to drive your tee shot down the right side of the fairway, avoiding a large oak tree and four grassy hollows on the left (which are hidden from view on the tee). The second of these hollows pushes into the fairway, narrowing the primary landing area to 50 feet. The front left corner of the green is protected by a bunker which requires the player to pay attention to their approach shot. The front right and back right pin positions are very challenging. There is a collection area for stray shots on the back right of the green.
Black: 431 | Blue: 424 | White: 415 | Red: 366
A slight dogleg left, an oak tree left of fairway and a large elevation change from the tee make this fairway a challenge to hit. Avoid the mounds to the left and Butterfield Creek that runs through in front of the green for your best chance to make par.
The only two bunkers you need to worry about on this hole flat the green. They are deep and large and await errant shots.
This green slopes back to front with many good pin locations that bring into play the two front bunkers, as well as the chipping area from behind. Your angle into the green will require a well struck shot from the fairway, but a bump and run area to the green exists as well.