Hole 17 - Par 5
Black-557, Blue-536, White-498, Burgundy-470, Green-423, Gold-371
At elevation and playing downhill, the 17th is a bombers paradise and a great hole to go after a big drive. The bunkering on this hole will become more perpendicular and the wide fairway will jog around these protruding obstacles. Players will have to carefully consider positioning for angle and distance when traversing this hole.
Shaped as a long thin target, the green will slide right and elevate. A slender bunker will match the length of the green on the right, helping to keep balls in play. Although there will be ample space to the left of the putting surface, it will be cut low into the ground and present a unique challenge. Pitch shots even with the hole on the low left side will require either a low running shot that climbs the low cut slope or a lofted play with a deft touch to stay aboard this narrow surface. Either way, a fine shot will be necessary and rewarded. Hole location will dictate the optimal position from which to attack this final birdie hole.