Hole 17 — Coupe DeVille

A true risk/reward par 5 hole. The tee shot traverses limestone rock ledges to a fairway that runs down hill. The player is then asked to decide whether a possible eagle or easy birdie is in the cards. But beware, the green is guarded by a reflecting pond and the shallow green will only receive crisply struck fairway woods or long iron shots. Should the player choose to lay-up on his second, the third shot must be delicately struck. Too much backspin and the shot will surely retreat into the pond.


If you're interested in playing 18 signature golf holes with unencumbered views of 50 miles, if you're interested in pure golf with no houses and no tee times, if your idea of the perfect day is playing golf on an immaculately maintained course and retiring to your private room when the day is done... Read More

Built by Players

Pikewood National is designed in the classic tradition of preeminent golf course architects, Donald Ross and Alister MacKenzie. Pikewood National is a golf course built by players, specifically for players, embodying everything that is good and pure about the game... Read More


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