458 yards, Par 4
This 458 yard par-4 may very well be the most difficult on the outward nine. Off the tee, players will see a very wide landing area. Then, depending on wind conditions, the second shot to a large green can be played with nearly every club in the bag, from an eight iron up. Playing against the wind, players may opt to bail out to the left of this green and try to save par with a chip or even a putt from the extended collar area.
Hole descriptions by Brian Gerard, PGA Director of Golf, Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Photo: Kiawah Island Golf Resort
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