Hole 11

Hole 11


Description: The eleventh hole at MLCC is our signature hole at the club and has also been voted one of the top eighteen holes in the Coachella Valley. It is the highest elevation at the country club at about 1,550 feet above sea level and offers spectacular views both to the east and west. During certain times of the seasons, one can find our resident red tail hawks, both parents and their young, riding the thermals directly above. It is also not uncommon for one to see one, two, and even three rainbows directly to the flats in the east during stormy weather. This hole takes the nerves of steel for par or better. How to Play: The tee shot on this hole, that runs parallel to the par-three eighth, is the same club that you used on the eighth. That will land you on the flat of the upper fairway which is about two hundred yards in distance. From the upper fairway, you must cross the ravine with another two hundred yards carry that should land you in the center of the green. For those who do not have those nerves of steel, a small wedge will land you on the lower fairway 75-100 yards from the green. The toughest flag location is when our superintendent, Andy Diaz, puts the blue flag on the top tier on the back of the green which makes a two-putt spectacular.

Hole: 11, Par: 4

Men's Handicap: 1

Women's Handicap: 4

Black 425

Silver 403

Gold 367

Green 383

Orange 218