Hole 18 — Dyke

Par 4 • 433/352 yards

A demanding and outstanding finishing hole.  This closing hole brilliantly encapsulates all of the natural terrain features on the golf course.   The elevated tee shot is struck over massive limestone boulders to a fairway that is guarded by a stream running on the left side and in front of the green.  Limestone boulders guard the right side.  Calm nerves are required to drill this fairway. The second shot, played to an elevated green, requires proper trajectory.  Long is difficult due to the severe back-to-front slope, and short is a mistake due to the stream that runs in front.  Par is a great score here.

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