Hole # 10
An environmental area that is situated about 135 yards from the green divides the tenth hole. Only the longest hitters need to worry about laying up as the average golfer can’t reach the hazard. The tenth is tree lined on both sides and requires an accurate tee shot. The approach is usually from about 150 to 200 yards out from a downhill lie to an uphill green. The green is guarded by a bunker on the right that catches most errant shots. While the tenth green is one of the flattest on the course, overall this is one of the most difficult par-fours in the region.