The most severe dog-leg on the course plays right-to-left and offers a challenging tee shot. Tall trees along the left prevent the big hitter from cutting the corner - or do they? The fairway bunker on the right poses a challenge for players of all abilities. Find a line at the left side of the fairway bunker and encourage a right-to-left shot. Anything less than Driver or 3-wood leaves a long approach into a treacherous green. Our only hole with no green-side bunkers simply doesn't require any. A large mound toward the back middle of the green effectively creates two smaller greens. The front left is guarded by the tightly mown slope. The back right is protected by heavy rough on mounding in all directions. Don't leave the middle of the fairway without gazing at one of the oldest standing Elm trees in the region. The American Elm at the corner of the dog leg somehow survived Dutch Elm Disease in the 1970s. "Spider's" web catches many balls and kills many pars.