Blue - 308 Yards
White - 296 Yards
Bronze - 270 Yards
Green – 203 Yards
Come around the bend and find an extremely well designed and interesting, short par 4. A drive of about 180 yards leaves you at the base of a hill, on flat ground, with about 120 yards, uphill, to the center of the green. If you dare, a 190-220 yard drive will leave you with a difficult uphill lie with a tendency to pull or hook the ball left of the green. Clobber the ball 230-280 yards and you can take advantage of the length of this hole, landing on the flat area above the hill with a very short approach shot to the green.
Avoid slicing your drive into the tree line at the right. Otherwise you’ll most likely have to lay up to set up your approach shot
The double tiered green slopes from back to front and makes downhill putts to the lower tier very difficult. Keep the ball below the hole!