Hole 10 - Par 4
There are two ways you can play this hole. Your first option is hitting a club that can carry 200 yards, so you can sail your ball over the creek. You can also hit the ball short of the creek instead. Both shots will leave you with a straight shot that is slightly up hill, so take a half club more than you think to make it to the green.
Hole 11 - Par 4
This hole is a challenge and is easily the hardest hole that you’ll play if you’re playing the back nine or a full eighteen. A long tee shot towards the left side of the fairway is the key, as to the right is a barricade of trees and you’ll need to hit a layup shot to get by. Once you get past them, you can see the “green at the end of the tunnel”!
Hole 12 - Par 3
A nice, easy par three makes a perfect break after the 11th hole. The biggest challenge here is the green. Not only is it sloped back to front, the location of the hole changes. If you see the pin in the back marked by a blue flag, make sur
Hole 13 - Par 4
The 150 marker is your best friend for this hole. Aim your shot right towards it, using your favorite club that can make it right there. After you do that, you’ll have a straight shot to a long and narrow green. Pay attention to the flag color-if it’s blue you’ll need an extra club to make it all the way to the hole.
Hole 14 - Par 4
For this hole, choose the club that will give you the best shot at making it past the corner so you can avoid a tough shot over the trees. Be careful about hitting a big drive off the tee-you might hit it though the fairway and into the rough. Aim your second shot at the center of the green to make sure your ball won’t roll off!
Hole 15 - Par 5
This hole is a great chance to make up a shot. If you can make a drive right down the middle, you’ll have a great shot at the green or a chance to set up your favorite scoring club. Be careful, though, if your drive is off center there are woods on either side of the fairway that may cause you trouble.
Hole 16 - Par 5
The safe shot for this hole is to hit a club that can reach the corner so you’ll be able to have a straight second shot that can set up your third shot towards the green. IF you want to try and reach the green in two, it’s a little riskier. You’ll have to try and hit a perfect drive that shapes to the left to go around the corner. The green here goes from back to front, and you’ll want to avoid being above the hole on the green
Hole 17 - Par 4
To give yourself a great shot towards the green, aim your drive to the left side of the fairway. Any drive hit to the right is going to have a tough second shot over the trees right before the green. Longer hitters need to be wary here-if your drive goes too far, it can sail right over the fairway and into the woods.
Hole 18 - Par 3
This is a longer par three where the green is the biggest challenge. The trick to get past the back to front slope is to hit the ball slightly below the hole. Any ball above will have a tougher, downhill putt ahead.