Front NineHole 1
Back NineHole 10
If you have any hope of reaching the green in two it is entirely dependent on quality of your drive. A well struck shot centered between the fairway bunkers on the left and the lone maple on the right will put you in position to either lay-up, attempt to run it on or go for all the marbles by flying the water that protects nearly all of the this dramatic, rock encrusted, semi- peninsula green. As you ponder your shot from the elevated landing zone, your eyes will once more be tempted to drink in the outstanding vistas that surround you. Should the next shot not have your full attention however, the lake and sand bunkers are ready to claim any poorly stuck ball. Once on the green the battle continues. This is a large green with three distinct pin zones separated by ridges and steps that must be negotiated should you be in an adjoining pin zone.