The contrast between these two back-to-back par fives will be exciting. This downhill and downwind hole will play much shorter than the previous hole even though this length is very similar, 438-542. Again, the right to left tee shot will be energized by the wind and terrain for the longest tee shot of the day. It also plays to (and through) a saddled ridge to a downhill second. From this point the hole will require serious decisions. Many even average length players will be tempted to take a shot at the green. On some days, a better player could perhaps reach with a 6 or even a 7iron, but it will be quite scary. The green is bunkered on the right and right front and a severe slope on the left takes a slight pull or hook down to the large lake that is prominent on 11, 12, and 13. The view will be stunning but the layup area is tricky and the third shot will be a half wedge or so downwind to a small well bunkered green. The layup route will be difficult enough so that many will throw caution to the wind and go for it since bogey and, sometimes, par, can be made out of the lake.