Hole 18 — Dyke


Par 4 • 433/352 yards

A demanding finish to a muscular golf course. The elevated tee shot is struck over massive limestone boulders to a fairway that is guarded by a creek running on the left side and heavy trees on the right. Calm nerves are required to drill this fairway. The second shot, using a mid to long iron is played to an elevated green, requires proper trajectory. The shallow green is fronted by a creek. Pitching from behind the green is difficult due to the severe back-to-front slope. Par is a great score here.

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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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