Course Information

Hole 11

Local Knowledge
A picturesque, long par three that plays downhill, over a meandering stream channel. The prevailing, right to left crosswind will push the tee shot towards a large bunker, tall fescue, and the dreaded “chocolate drops”. A bail-out right is safer, but no picnic, as the right side of the green is protected by a series of swales and scalloped edges that will test your short game to the limit. A better option is straight over the “shoe bunker” onto the slanted approach, which will release the tee ball onto the putting surface. Pay attention to the green slopes as many putts are straighter than they appear.