of the best par 4's in the State. From drive to approach, very demanding and
very hard to hit this green back up the valley. Try to drive to the flat area
about 210. Long drives can run to the bottom of the hill and leave a 180 yard
approach. Green is protected by trees and bunkers and hits back on a hill and
above a washed out waste area. Green is very large and has multiple pin positions.
From 200 yds., any ball hitting the green is a good shot. Hard par.
drive down the middle to the 205 out on the flat area and pushed my 3 wood into
the wind right and short in the tall grass. Chipped up a little long and missed
my par from 15 feet. Bogey 5, back to even.
Tip: Hit a long straight drive and strip a long iron or fairway wood to the
middle of the green. Two putt and run to the next tee.