The Eighteenth Hole (par 4)
At 410 yards, this hole is a long uphill march that will require a blind approach to a lightning fast green. Because of the added distance and uphill slope, a one club wind in your face can make this hole feel like a par 5.
The tee shot is made more difficult due to the fact that it must be played through a chute of mature trees. Remember the approach shot to the green is a blind shot and because of the slope of the green it is best to keep the ball below the pin!