Hole 9 is one of the two Bermuda and Bentgrass mix fairways along with #13. It is a completely tree lined fairway with a ditch/water hazard located at the end. A straight drive is a must on this hole as any off line tee shot may require you to be creative on your next shot. In the right rough there is a drainage trench following the fairway which is considered Ground Under Repair. A Hybrid or 3 wood off the tee is a safe bet to hit the fairway but will leave you with a mid to long iron into the green. A well struck driver should leave you with a short iron or wedge for your second but is a gamble. The second shot has you hitting over a water hazard into a decent sized green with a pot bunker situated near the front left. The right and back sections of the putting surface are usually blanketed in shade since the green is surrounded by forestry and a large Sycamore tree located just to the right side. This makes putting on this relatively flat green a little more complicated as subtle breaks are harder to read.