Hole 15: Par 5
White Tees: 454 yards
Gold Tees: 430 yards
Red Tees: 407 yards
The fifteenth hole is a par 5 that requires a precise tee shot from an elevated tee. From the white tees, the fairway sprawls 60 feet below before rising again sharply toward the green. A lateral hazard extends across the fairway at 240 yards from the white tees and on the far side of the hazard, the fairway inclines for the final 120 yards to a small green protected on the right and left by sand traps. Out of bounds runs along the right side of the hole from tee to green, and the putting surface slopes slightly from back to front.
Pro’s Tip: Play the club that will comfortably find the fairway short of the hazard. From there play for the flat area short of the green that will leave a pitch shot for the third. The small green does not hold well, but shots that do not fly to the surface will not release and may come back down the hill slightly.