Uphill Straight Par 5, 533 Yards
The postage stamp or square green.
The fourth hole plays uphill all the way. The kind of uphill that fools you because it doesn't appear to be that severe, but it plays about 30-40 yards further than the card.
Players are given a generous landing area off the tee and this in fact may be one time on the course that distance will be a benefit to the player. The ideal shot is to turn the ball over and let it run to the left side.
Players laying up face a bunker to negotiate on the left in the layup zone. Players going for it on their second will not be able to see the bottom of the pin and have to feel the distance as it is severely uphill. This hole has O.B. lining the left side as well, and the closer you get to the green, the more it comes into play.
Once on the sqaured edge green, players are on the only green on the course that slopes toward the middle from every corner and reading your putt can be tricky.
From #4 Tee.
From the fairway looking back to the Tee.
From the fairway looking to the green.
#4 Green looking back to fairway
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