Par 4- 348 Yards
Hole #5 is a relatively short uphill par 4. The hole doglegs off to the right slightly and offers one of the largest fairways on the course. You can find danger off of the tee if you are under one of the many small trees that line the right side of this hole. Your drive may leave you with a wedge in your hand but this is not an easy green to hit. It is slightly elevated and there are two sand bunkers located on the left side of the green.
The green is relatively long sloping from the back to the front which can provide some difficult pin positions on this hole.
Par 4- 309 Yards
Hole #14 shares the same fairway and green as hole number five and is the shortest hole on the course as the tee box is 40 yards ahead of the #5 tee and to the left. You will want to aim just over the left side of the hills on the right side in order to keep your ball in the fairway.