Founders Course Hole #10
178 Yard Par 3
The tenth green is divided into two distinct levels from front to back. The key is to put the ball on the same level as the pin. The hole plays slightly up hill adding about half a clubto the actual yardage, and the players view of the left side of the green is obscured by the bunkers and the mounds.
Another easy par and difficult birdie which is reflective of good golf course design.
The only real problem on the tenth hole is shots that go long and left. Strategic mounding prevents pitch shots from getting close for up-and-down saves. Toughest pin is back left in the hidden portion of the green where the putting area is the smallest.