339 Yards – Elm Par 4
A precise dogleg left with a stately Elm framing the hole behind the green. A slight draw off the tee fit in between the fairway bunkers is an ideal line to set up a short second. The primary defense of the hole is the green slope where there is risk of putting off the surface. An offline approach finding the greenside swale left or bunker right is a difficult up and down. Staying below the hole is critical for a chance at birdie.