Hole #10, Par 4 (#8 Handicap)
The tee shot on hole 10 will have you hitting to a fairway that is lined on both sides by trees. The left rough is about 15-20 yards wide. This is important because any errant shot into the left trees can be considered lost. There is little to no room for error on the right side as the rough hugs the tree line but the wooded area is open so if you find your ball you should have a shot at advancing it towards the green. The second shot on this hole is tricky depending on where you are hitting from and where the pin is located. If you are on the left side (especially with a back left pin) you may have to curl it around the left trees to reach the green but beware any ball left out to the right is in danger of catching one of the two bunkers hugging the right side of the green. The putting green is peanut shaped and relatively flat except for the left front edge that slopes towards the middle section. This hole looks pretty straight forward but some deep thought should be taken on your tee shot depending on the pin placement.