338 Yards – Narrows Par 4

Modeled after the 15th at Muirfield in Scotland, the Narrows hole offers a strategic choice:  a player can lay safely back to the wider portion of the fairway but this leaves a longer approach to a back to front sloping green where distance control and precision are vital.  Or a player can take on the bunkering that narrows the fairway from both sides, and if successful, a wedge or pitch is all that remains to the green.  The second must negotiate green side bunkering and fall offs on both sides as well as a false front, and should stay below the hole for the best chance at birdie.  The approach plays more uphill than it appears, but don’t go long!