Hole 10 - Par 4 385/385/372
A hard dog leg left with trees guarding the left side of the fairway. A drive of about 215 down the middle will leave 150 yards to the green. A riskier shot requires a right-to-left ball flight down the left side of the fairway about 230 yards. This will leave you a shot inside 125 yards open to the green. Beware of a large bunker in front of the left side of the green.
Hole 11 - Par 4 317/306/295
Uphill, slight dogleg right. The conservative shot is a 220 yard tee shot up the left side which will leave a little wedge into the green. The line with the driver is a slight left to right ball flight aimed at the opening in the trees in the distance. Long left will leave a punch shot. There is out of bounds all the way up the right side. Two bunkers guard the front left and right of the green.
Hole 12 - Par 3 120/120/105
Looks can be deceiving on this short par 3. Green slopes back left to right front with a bunker short left and behind the green. Tough to keep a miss short and right from rolling off the green.
Hole 13 - Par 5 462/462/452
The second of two short but challenging par 5s. The ideal tee shot with a driver requires a right to left ball flight aimed at the telephone pole off in the distance. Miss your tee shot just slightly right or left and you will be left punching out of the trees. Extreme downhill second shot starts about 150 yards from the green. There is a small creek that runs about 15 yards across the fairway in front of the green and there are three bunkers guarding both left and front right of the green.
Hole 14 - Par 4 425/425/415
One of the most challenging par 4’s around, hole 14 is a slight dog leg right. There is a creek all along the left side of a right-to-left sloping fairway. The right is guarded by out of bounds that comes into play with a miss to the right. The layup is a 225 yard tee shot at the blue yardage marker in the fairway. This will leave a 200 yard shot into a tiny back to front sloping green that is protected by a bunker on the left. The aggressive tee shot is a left to right ball flight starting up the right-center of the fairway.
Hole 15 - Par 4 362/334/238
Uphill dogleg right. A grove of trees guards the inside corner of the hole. The perfect drive is about 230 yards just off the right trees. Longer hitters can carry the trees on the right from the white tees but be careful not to pull it left and long. The second shot is all uphill and adds at least 15 yards to the shot. A deep bunker left is one to avoid. The best miss is short right on the approach shot. Green slopes severely from back to front and makes it important to keep your approach shot below the hole.
Hole 16 - Par 3 180/165/146
Beautiful elevated golf hole with bunkers guarding both sides of the green. A shot to the right that misses the bunker and catches the slope will funnel to the middle of the green. This green is always a little softer than the others on approach shots.
Hole 17 - Par 4 316/316/262
Slight dogleg right. A miss left vs. right leaves a better chance at an open second shot. A 220 yard tee shot down the left center should funnel down near the bottom and leave a good second shot. The line with a driver is a left to right ball flight starting at the right side of the gazebo. Beware of two pot bunkers both front left and right. Putts tend to break slightly south to north on this green.
Hole 18 - Par 4 293/293/282
Great finishing hole and birdie opportunity. Trees line both sides of the fairway with a deep fairway valley in front of the green. The layup shot to the red stake is about 180 yards off the tee and will leave you with a flat lie level with the green. The line with the driver is a slight right to left ball flight that starts out at the circle window on the clubhouse. This green can be reached by the longer hitters. If you hit a good drive that you think may reach the green make sure to yell “Bowie”