The eleventh hole,  playing 216 yards from the gold tees, is the longest par-3 on the course. Club selection off the tee becomes critically important. Three bunkers protecting the green make accuracy a premium.  An errant shot to the right could find rough or out-of-bounds. A pull or push to the left will leave a second shot through the trees or out of a hazard.

The most intelligent play off the tee shot is to the center of the green. Allow for a half to a club less to account for the downhill slope to the green.

Once on the putting surface, the challenge is not over; putts tend to roll faster than expected on this sloping green, so make that adjustment when gauging distance. A  birdie here is a big deal.



Click here for an overhead view of the 11th hole.





Hole 11

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