The longest par four on the course, number sixteen is a favorite among many of the members. With a slight dogleg right, this hole has a very generous landing area which puts you at ease on the tee box. A good drive will leave you a long iron or fairway wood to a tricky green complex. A very wide, yet shallow green with a false-front and a run-off in the back, is very hard to hit in two shots. As if that weren’t enough, a very deep pot bunker sits directly in front of the green prohibiting balls from running up. Most members try to chase a ball up the left side of the fairway, which will easily kick down towards the center of the green, which slopes left to right.