509 yards, Par 4
This dogleg right hole, along with hole No. 5, are the toughest on the course. It is a great driving hole that requires a left-to-right tee shot that must hug the right side or the ball will run through the fairway on the left side. Hit it in the rough on the left side and you will probably be chipping out to the fairway. Heavy rough and pine trees guard that side of the fairway. Trees on the right side will take care of any drives that go in that direction. The undulating green makes it difficult to stop your second shot close to the hole. This hole traditionally gives up the fewest birdies and allows for the most bogeys. Most players will be hitting a longer iron onto this green that is well bunkered on both sides.
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