Hole 10 Information
The 10th hole has long been a feature of the course for the imposing tee shot through cathedral like pines to the elevated fairway.
Great importance is placed on the length and accuracy of the tee shot, as the crest of the hill needs to be reached to gain a view of the green set below. A cavernous bunker on the right side of the fairway awaits the longer hitter who fails to work the ball to the left.
The green has three levels placing an emphasis on precision with the iron shot to the green. Once on the correct level, the golfer is rewarded with relatively flat putts. The green is well bunkered left, right, and long, with successful recovery requiring a delicate bunker shot. The bunkers provide a stunning frame for the green, as do the native grasses and pines, creating an amphitheatre style setting.