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Hole #9The 9th hole is a middle length par 4 that returns to the clubhouse. The tee shot is challenged by large cypress trees overhanging the right side of the fairway and a grove of eucalyptus trees to the left. The second shot is straight uphill to a two-tiered green protected in the front by a deep bunker. Be sure to look back from the green for a picturesque view of the nearby Pacific Ocean.
Hole #10The longest par 5 on the course, measuring 524 yards from the back tee. The downhill tee shot hits to a narrow fairway bordered by hills and trees on both sides. Long hitters will have a chance to reach the green in two, but most players will try to leave a short iron approach to the narrow green.
Hole #13This short par 5 tees off from an elevated tee to a narrow fairway bordered by hills on both sides. This is a real risk/reward hole. The hole bends to the left by the green. A player trying to reach the green in two will need to aim directly at a small lake to the front right of the green and draw the ball around the corner. The green is protected by three bunkers, the lake, and another hazard to the back right.
Hole #17This par 4 is the number 2 handicap hole on the course. The tee shot is over a small hazard to rolling fairway flanked by large cypress trees on the left and Monterey Pines on the right. The downhill approach shot is to a green set on a plateau guarded by two bunkers. The considerable back-to-front slope of this green makes 2 putting a real challenge.
|Black||369||441||433||370||349||207||343||126||364||3002||524||361||128||452||192||349||192||398||436||3032||6034||70.1 / 130|
|Gold||351||431||423||362||325||201||333||118||353||2897||510||354||118||446||173||336||175||376||428||2916||5813||69.1 / 128||73.9 / 129|
|Silver||334||421||418||355||307||183||316||107||333||2774||484||346||110||436||135||321||151||355||413||2751||5525||67.8 / 125||72.2 / 127|