Members will recognize the 10th hole until they reach the green. To help accommodate the new chipping green area the tees were shifted slightly left and lowered to the deck. The dog-leg remains strong with the bunkers on the inside, but they have been pushed farther out from the tees and now require a slightly longer carry to cut the corner off this mid length par 4. This also resulted in removing the portion of the bunkers short right where many shorter players had been finding the sand on their drive. The old severely sloped punchbowl green has been replaced with a new design that incorporates elements of the classic punchbowl set on a slight angle to the line of play. The front was lifted to reduce overall slope and for a better transition up onto the surface without being abrupt. The previous right front greenside bunker was relocated to the back left to better compliment the fairway bunkering and dogleg. Playability is improved now for many players that come up short and right. Others will find good use of the punchbowl slopes on the edges of the green area to help run shots onto the surface and avoid the bunker.
Playing tips– Drives that flirt with the fairway bunkers will result in a better line into the green for the approach. Learn how to use the mounds and slope on the right edge of the green to work the ball onto the surface to stay away from the low and bunker on the left. Short right is not a bad play.