Number seven is a dogleg right with a series of mounds and several substantial trees guarding the corner. A good tee shot will leave the player with a short iron to a green complex where nothing is hidden from the golfer's eye. The approach must be carried in. The yawning bunkers guarding the entrance to the green will not allow a run-up shot from under the trees. A back-left hole location is the most dangerous for players. The green rolls off to a chipping area that will take the ball down a severe hill. The green also has a large mound that runs diagonally from the back right toward the middle. By now, the player should recognize how Ross protects par on and around the green complex with plateaus and mounds running at diagonals.