This short downhill par-3 plays tougher than it looks. The Crow River has reappeared on your left and there are bunkers surrounding this wide green that slopes severely from back to front. Take a little less club to account for the downhill shot, but watch out for swirling winds off the river.
This tough par-4 will test your accuracy throughout. Your tee shot out of a narrow chute of trees needs to find the small fairway landing area to offer a clear second shot. The Crow River is back to challenge your second shot, running along the entire left side of the hole and then snaking in front of the green as well. The subtle two-tiered green makes club selection crucial, especially with a dangerous back hole location.
This recently redesigned hole strikes fear in your heart when standing on the tee as you’re faced with water up the left side of the fairway and O.B. up the right. But the fairway runs wider than it looks, so swing with confidence and be rewarded with a short iron into another tricky green offering another tough hole location in the back. The greenside bunker is deeper than in looks so don’t miss short on Fox Hollow’s penultimate hole.