The longest hole on the course starts out innocently enough, with a wide-open, slightly uphill fairway. The fairway reaches its high point 190 yards from the green, where it drops off to a creek that is 110 yards from the putting surface. A large tree sits at the crest of the fairway on the left side, but only comes into play from part of the fairway or from the left rough. The hole is uphill from the creek to the green, which has no surrounding bunkers. The green has a slight back-to-front slope, more so on the left side than the right. This hole rightly ranks as the number one handicap hole for both men and ladies, due mainly to its length.


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