363 Yards – Prize Dogleg Par 4
The Prize Dogleg, a Seth Raynor personal template, is designed to be the most difficult par 4 on the course; in Raynor’s words, “a par 4, bogey 6”. The demanding tee shot is played uphill and protected by bunkers on both the inside and outside corners of the dogleg. A bail out area is available to the right, but each yard of safety off the tee adds length to the approach into the prevailing wind that must carry a cross bunker to a fish hook shaped green guarded by a deep swale left and bunker right. Staying below the hole is a must for front pins, and the back center section has a subtle mound that affects nearly every putt.