Hole 10

Par 5, 495 yards

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The 10th green is guarded by a lateral hazard that was the bed of the old Juday Creek. The re-channeled creek now meanders to the right and behind the 10th hole and green. (July 1, 1999). spacer.gif


A closer view of the green at the 10th. The old creekbed that is now a hazard will be playable on dry days and sometimes wet after a rain. (July 1, 1999). spacer.gif


The par-5, 495-yard 10th hole includes a layout that dips and veers to the right, where the old Juday Creek bed will provide a unique lateral hazard for those trying to reach the green in two (May 1, 1999). spacer.gif
The 10th crosses the old Juday Creek and the green is reachable in two shots for long and accurate players.

This view from the southeast shows the unique sand hazard approaching the 10th green. The hazard is part of a previous stretch of Juday Creek (which was successfully re-channeled) and will add to the challenge of reaching the par-five hole in two shots. (Photos taken in October, 1998)

A side view of the 10th fairway, taken from the cluster of trees on the east (right side), which separate the 18th and 10th fairways. spacer.gif