Hole 9

Hole 9

 

Description: The par-five ninth is a dogleg left that is uphill from tee to green and trees bordering both sides of the fairway that come into play predominantly on the tee shot. The fairway bunker comes into play approximately 215 yards off the tee. The green slopes severely from back to front and is protected by a greenside bunker on the left and a short-sided bunker on the right. How to Play: The tee shot on the ninth sets up this hole for either a birdie or par, or, bogey or worse. One cannot see the green from the teeing ground as a good solid draw off the tee is the recommended play. Anything straight away can lead one into the tree's on the right and not much of chance to reach this green in two, which can be easily done for the big hitters out of the fairway. The third shot to this severely sloping green from back to front must always be below the flag for the best chance at making birdie. Anything above the hole will lead to a delicate, speedy, turning putt for birdie or par that can easily lead to a three-putt bogey.

Hole: 9, Par: 5

Men's Handicap: 16

Women's Handicap: 1

Black 498

Silver 477

Gold 461

Green 445

Orange 350