Course: Hole 9

Par 4, 434 yards

This hole typically plays against the prevailing wind, which makes the hole extremely difficult considering the length has been increased by 21 yards since 2001. There are fairway bunkers on the right. The ideal drive would be one that approaches a downward slope in the fairway, splitting the bunkers on the right and left, leaving a mid to short iron to the green. Depending on pin placement, the two front bunkers and the trap behind the green will get a lot of traffic. Once on the green, subtle undulations and a north-sloping grain will make putting difficult.