The strategic bunker along the right side of the hole creates three driving options: short right, long left, or long right. The left option plays into the fairway that connects with the 17th fairway which creates a long grand view of holes 16, 17, and 18 as seen from the clubhouse. The drive option chosen will account for a 40-60 yard difference for the player’s second shot. The bunker in front of the green named Eleanor’s Teeth is to be avoided at all costs. A significant collar area runs along the back right of the green. This collar allows shots to feed off the existing hill onto the green. The green exhibits a strong right to left slope.
Black: 425 | Blue: 402 | White: 380 | Red: 319
Connected to the 17th and 18th fairways, this long grand view fairway offers plenty of room for your tee shot. This is a good thing, since your second shot is one of the most demanding shots on the property to the elevated 16th green.
Two large bunkers dictate your play from the tee. Shorter hitters can stay short of the right bunker. Longer hitters can play over the left bunker. The bunker in front of the green is to avoided at all costs.
A chipping area behind the green is a popular spot for second shots, which helps to stay clear of the front bunker. The green slopes right to left and can be one of the quickest putts on the property.