GOLF COURSE - ROAD 2
The back nine comprises some of the best and most dramatic holes. They include the short par-four fourteenth hole that requires carrying not one but two significant ridges to reach a landing area and green. The course builds to a crescendo, with its four final holes playing from the highest elevations, with views across the valleys and mountains.
The par-three fifteenth features very dramatic green contouring and a friendly kick-slope at the back, sending balls to the pin. Hole sixteen begins with a spectacular drop shot with the clubhouse in the near distance and turns right to a fall-away green with a strong backslope to contain shots. The par-three seventeenth and long par-four eighteenth play around the original quarry site, offering stunning views of contrasted turf, sand, rock, water, marsh, and natural outcrop backdrops, all with the high mountain vistas.