Hole 16

Par 4, 345 yards

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Hole 16 from the back tees overlooks the rechanneled Juday Creek and winds upward to the elevated and well-guarded green. (Photos taken in July 1, 1999) spacer.gif


Juday Creek is now healthier than it was prior to its rechanneling. This view is from No.16 fairway looking back toward the clubhouse. (Photos taken in July 1, 1999) spacer.gif


The severely undulating green at the short par-four 16th hole. Golfers will want to keep the ball below the hole on this treacherous green. (Photos taken in July 1, 1999) spacer.gif


The preferred angle of approach to the 16th green will call for a well-struck short iron that will clear the bunkers and will stay below the hole. (Photos taken in July 1, 1999) spacer.gif


A view from behind the 16th green, back toward the tee. (Photos taken in July 1, 1999) spacer.gif


One of the course’s signature holes will be the par-four, 345-yard 16th, which includes
an elevated tee near the south side of the clubhouse, a tee shot across Juday Creek
and an uphill, dogleg-left approach and challenging bunkers down the left side.
The small, undulating green is protected by bunkers and framed by the trees that
run along the 7th hole and Ironwood Road. (Photos taken in April, 1999)

A stately bridge will welcome golfers to the 16th fairway and its many areas of surrounding nature (May 1, 1999). spacer.gif
The challenges on the signature 16th hole will include unique bunkering down the leftside
of the fairway and surrounding the small green.

This shot, taken from the 7th tee overlooking the 16th fairway, shows the back tee at No. 16 which stands just a few feet south of the clubhouse and provides a picturesque view of the signature hole. Most players will look to clear Juday Creek while also contending with dangerous leftside fairway bunkers. The creek winds back to the southeast and could come into play for golfers who tend to slice off the tee (May 1, 1999). spacer.gif

The undulating green at No. 16 could prove especially tough when conditions provide for
quick putting. Golfers will be best served with an approach shot that lands below the hole,
as putts from above the hole could end up being swallowed by the nearby bunkers that front
the challenging green (May 1, 1999).