Hole 2: Par 4
White Tees: 337 yards
Gold Tees: 332 yards
Red Tees: 327 yards
The second hole is a short par 4 with an elevated green. Trees guard the left hand rough and are strategically placed down the right side to penalize wavering tee shots. At 220 yards from the white tees there is a small water hazard in the right hand rough that will collect drives that drift too far from the fairway. The green is elevated and is protected by four sand traps that put emphasis on accuracy.
Pro’s Tip: Longer hitters shouldn’t have any problem with the hazard on the right and can easily fly past it with a driver. Shorter hitters should aim up the left side of the fairway to ensure their tee shots do not stray too far to the right. Approach shots into the green typically release more than other greens on the course so this should be taken into account during club selection.