Course Information

Hole 17

Local Knowledge
Aim between the centuries-old Walnut trees for the best opportunity to attack this unique five-par. If you dare to take on the “eyebrow bunkers” on your second shot, make sure you take enough club, as recovery is nearly impossible from these hazards! A safer option is to lay-up to 100 yards, favoring the right side of the fairway, leaving a wedge that plays uphill and longer than the measured yardage. A large plateau is separated from the green by a Biarritz-style valley that will collect any shot not struck purely. Plenty of bail out space exists to the left of the green. The crowned center of the putting surface repels balls toward the edges, which fall off on all four sides of this square green.