The finishing hole offers players a birdie opportunity. Avoid the three stacked fairway bunkers on the right side of fairway. The first two come into play from the tee. Three bunkers then guard the narrow second shot landing area and an additional three guard the green. Options range from laying-up with an iron or going for the green in two. The green complex has a challenging slope. A beautiful bent grass lawn runs from behind the green all the way to the clubhouse.
Black: 533 | Blue: 505 | White: 495 | Red: 404
A wide fairway makes your elevated tee shot easier, as long as you miss the bunkers to the right. Your layup is made easier by the room made from the adjoining fairway of the 17th. It gets tricky on the approach shot as things tighten up to this elevated green complex.
Strategically placed bunkers flank the right side of the fairway. Each one in place to accept any miss guided drives from the multiple tee boxes. The green area is littered with traps making your layup and approach shots more difficult to this elevated green.
This smallish green slopes from right to left. It has a run off area to the back and right that is part of the grand view fairway that runs through the 16th, 17th and 18th. A chance to make your final birdie in front of onlookers with a well struck putt and a good read.