17 is a 496 yard, dogleg right, par five. The green is guarded by bunkers on the right and has severe back to front incline.

You have mis-clubed yourself if you get to the water behind the green.


The opening hole is a tree lined, 359 yard par four with O.B. right.

Here is a look at the approach and green area at the 483 yard, dogleg left, par five 14th hole. To reach in two you must hit your tee shot over the trees cutting the dogleg off. Lots of risk/reward.
This is the 376 yard third hole. Not much room to drive the ball. If you hit a fade through the opening you will likely be too far right and have to chip out of the trees. Hitting a slight draw or straight ball through the narrow opening are the only options.