Hole-by-Hole Course Guide

Hole 7
Hole No.
  • Blue Tee Blue Tee
  • White Tee White Tee
  • Red Tee Red Tee
  • 520 yds.
  • 505 yds.
  • 455 yds.
  • Men’s Par/Handicap
  • Ladies’ Par/Handicap
  • 5/4
  • 5/4
The 7th is the longest par 5 on the course, but with a wide fairway and little penalty unless your tee shot strays well offline, "grip it and rip it." Additionally, any shot that carries the ridge running across the landing area will pick up an additional 15-20 yards of roll down the slope on its far side. Things get a bit more complicated on your second shot, as the risk/reward aspect of the hole becomes evident. Those choosing to lay up should aim for the lone palm in the left half of the fairway, leaving a wedge or short iron that will be unblocked by the oak fronting the green to the right. Longer hitters going for the green in two must thread the needle between a penal bunker and the specimen oak that can easily deflect a fade out of bounds right. A small shelf at the left rear of the green can wreak havoc with even a good putt.