Hole-by-Hole Tour Individuals
This is a short par 4 dogleg right which if you play it right you have a chance of getting a stroke back you may have lost earlier in the round. The right side of the fairway has several sand bunkers.
The best way to come into the green is from the left side of the fairway since you won’t be able to see the green on the right side. Be aware of the pin placement because this can be a tough green to putt. Make sure your ball is back if the pin is back and front if it’s front. Good luck and let’s hope you‘ve gone low.
The 17th is a par 4 with a canal running across the fairway about 175 yards out. You can carry the canal with your tee shot but you’ll find a small landing area on the other side of the canal.
If you don’t want to risk a penalty shot, hitting a middle iron short of the canal is the best approach, setting up your second shot to the green. You have water left of the green and a sand bunker to the right. See the shot you want to play into the green and trust your swing.
This is a short hole but as the green is surrounded by water on three sides, you’ll need a good shot to stay out of trouble. The front and both sides of the green slopes to the water so if you’re going to make a mistake make it long. It’s a beautiful hole and enjoy the view.