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Back Nine

Hole 10

Playing Tip From The Pro

Swing away here! But beware of the native grasses protecting the left side. Tee shots hit to the right side of the fair way should bounce back toward the center Leaving a short approach to the green.

Hole 11

Playing Tip

A straight away par five is only reachable in two by the longest hitters. The left side of this hole is protected by native grass and a large hill near the green. A pair of bunkers may collect any approach shot hit short right. Be careful not to go long. Anything over the green will likely end up out of bounds or lost in the native grass.

Hole 12

Playing Tip

Another short par 3 that features a heavily sloping green from back left to front right. There are several nasty pin placements here. The green is protected by out of bounds left and bunkers left and behind.

Hole 13

Playing Tip

A blind tee shot helps to hide the bunker on the right side of this fairway. A good drive will leave a very short approach into an undulating green that is protected by a tree left and a bunker behind.

Hole 14

Playing Tip

The last par 5 on the course is a 3 shot hole for most to reach the green. Protected to the right by native grass, it is best to stay left on this hole. Don’t go long on your approach. Like number 11, anything long is likely lost or out of bounds!

Hole 15

Playing Tip

This is an uphill par for that requires an good tee shot to have a good approach to the green. There is a very generous landing area that will set you up for an uphill approach to the green. The green is guarded in front by a bunker so be sure to hit enough club.

Hole 16

Playing Tip

This is a very short par 4 that is drivable by the longest hitters. Most will have no more than a wedge to the green. When the prevailing winds blow this hole gets very short! A good tee shot is hit just right of the bird house at the gap in the trees. This is another green that you do not want to go long on your approach so be careful!

 

Hole 17

Playing Tip

The final par 3 features a green split in two by a hump. you do not want to be on the wrong side with your tee shot. There is also a pond in front so be sure to carry the ball to the green.

Hole 18

Playing Tip From The Pro

The finishing hole also happens to be the most difficult on the course. It has been know to ruin many good rounds! A long par 4 dogleg right that demands an accurate tee shot. The long hitters may elect to cut the corner, but you better hit it good! Anything off line has a good chance of being in big trouble. The green is protected to the right by a bunker and to the left and behind by native grasses.