A challenging par four, hole number five requires both accuracy and distance off the tee. A dogleg left, the fifth fairway is protected by a large pond which hugs the left side of the fairway and a large grove of pines and hardwoods which encompass balls missed to the right. Any tee ball missing the fairway will usually result in a lay-up, attributed to another small pond which butts-up to a very shallow green. With O.B. no more than ten yards off the back of the green, distance control on your approach is crucial, yielding one of the most demanding shots on the course.