Front NineHole 1
Back NineHole 10
Take a moment to carefully consider your strategy from this tee situated dramatically above the first landing zone and decide if you want to flirt with the hardwood corridor to the right or the two large sand bunkers on the left. This double dogleg hole favors ball placement to the center/right in order to remove the row of majestic 100-year-old sugar maples that grace the left rough from play. If you tempt fate and avoid the two bunkers in front of the green you will be received by one of the more challenging putting surfaces on the course. You can easily add a stroke or two if you're above the hole on this one.