436 Yards – Double Platueau Par 4

The routing returns to the clubhouse with the most demanding hole of the outward nine, and the most dramatic green on the course.  Premier golf is required to achieve par.  The tee shot is played downhill semi-blind into a valley, with water sneaky close on the left.  From there, the fairway climbs up to a three-tiered green protected by bunkers and fall-offs on all sides. The origin of the Double Plateau green is unknown, but it was incorporated into nearly every design by C.B. MacDonald and Seth Raynor for it’s exciting and challenging contouring, and was often placed on the longest par 4 on the course to make it even more difficult.