Blue - 391 Yards
White - 379 Yards
Bronze - 348 Yards
Green - 243 Yards
This one may well be one of the greatest par 4’s in the east! Although the ratings may not show it, most of our members, and our Pro, know it’s our most difficult – a dog leg left with a variety of challenges. From the top of the hill big hitters can challenge the dog leg by hitting over the pond and a large stand of trees, while the rest aim our drives to the right center of the fairway. Either way a good shot gets you a view of one of our most difficult greens. On this one the green slopes from back to front, and from right to left, and any pin placement is a challenging one.
Pin in front – aim well to the right.
Pin up top – use extra 2 clubs to get there.
There is no forgiveness in putts on this hole. Be extra vigilant.