Hole 10: Par 4
White Tees: 333 yards
Gold Tees: 312 yards
Red Tees: 301 yards
The back nine begins with a narrow par 4 that has out of bounds running along the entire right side of the hole as well as on the left side near the green. At 220 yards from the white tees, a ridge runs across the center of the fairway that will stop shots that land short of it from running inside the 100 yard marker. The green is protected by two sand traps on the front left and right respectively and there is out of bounds directly over the green that penalizes any ball that flies too far. The putting surface is large, but relatively flat, sloping slightly from back to front.
Pro’s Tip: As it takes a 250 yard carry to completely fly the ridge, hitters who do not think they can clear it should lay up so as to avoid the uneven lies found if a ball comes to rest on the up slope or down slope. For golfers who choose to play short, the approach shot will be blind, so pick a target beyond the green that lines up with the hole and play aggressively on that line. Long hitters who do clear the ridge will have a good look at a green that can yield birdie with a good approach.