Did we call #8 the most picturesque? Well, #9 is no slouch in that department either. A par 4 played up hill toward our historic club house (est. 1927). Scratch players get their first severe taste of our longer course as they hike toward the property boundary and play an extra 80 yards. A great line to most pin locations is from the right side of the teeing ground to the landing area beyond the left fairway bunker. This leaves a great angle and a comfortable short iron. The tightly mown area in front of the green encourages an approach hit above the hole. The back-to-front sloping green will make you wish you had not favored a safely long approach as you beg your putt to hold the green.