“inward nine” begins with a challenging dogleg left with a very narrow landing
area with trees and out of bounds on the left.
A tee shot that is aimed to avoid the left lands in a fairway that
slopes from left to right possibly directing balls into the rough or bunkers
that line the right side. The ideal tee shot is a draw to left center of the
fairway allowing for a mid-iron second shot. Most will find themselves with a
long iron into a large, elevated green guarded by two bunkers. The green is a
subtly sloped bowl and almost any pin placement provides for an interesting
putt. Birdies are a rare sighting on
this green and going to the eleventh tee with a par is a victory.