Hole 18

Reta's Favorite: A visual beauty off the tee and all the way to the green, with the old clubhouse as a backdrop and the original family farmhouse of the owner to the right. This par 5 has out bounds just outside the tree line on the left all the way towards the green. After a short tight opening, you are faced with a large landing area all downhill. You have mounding on the right, as well as some rough. If you aim for the grove of trees on the right side, but avoid them on the left, it usually means a level stance for your second swing, but going straight is fine as well. You may be left with a side hill stance if you land just center and right, or if you are long enough, you might wind up with a slight downhill swing. But no matter what you do, you are faced with a choice of laying up or going for it, as you will eventually have to cross a pond located 100 yards from the green, with thick heavy bulrushes and a brook running on both sides. The pond is located at the bottom of a moderately sloped fairway. The green itself is guarded by a lateral pond to the left, a left side bunker, and a small bunker located just off the green on the right front which usually comes into play with any shot coming from the right side. Mounding surrounds the green which slopes back to front and right to left dropping off sharply towards the front left.




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