Hole 18

Robert Trent Jones, Jr., worked on the course for his father when the course was redesigned and also served as the course's Architect of Record for several years. He once asked rhetorically while viewing this hole, "What are the two toughest consecutively hit shots in golf?" The answer: "Straight and straight." From the tee, a variety of trees are spread out to protect the left side of the fairway. A drive into the Firs on the right results in a very difficult recovery shot. A trailing wind in the summer often makes the approach shot one-half to a full club less than in windless conditions. It's jail to the left of the green in or behind the Fir trees.


Blue 433
White 414
Red 392
Yellow 351
Par (Men/Women) 4/4
Handicap (Men/Women) 6/10