The finishing hole is a true test into the wind at 362 to 460 from the front to the back. This test is quite honest and fair in that the shot shapes required perfectly match the wind and terrain. A right to left tee shot has plenty of room in the landing area to maximize the distance, but if overcooked will make reaching the green difficult. Bunkers on the left side of the green will promote bogey or worse but a right to left ground game with the wind and terrain will feed the ball into the green and perhaps close, even from the left side of the fairway. The green itself should be receptive and hold just about any well struck approach and will spin left to the pin on just about any middle iron. Several bunkers frame this picturesque greensite and the "ridge" and surrounds will give galleries a great view of the finishing action.