Men's Handicap:  17
Women's Handicap: 17
Hole: 4
Par: 3

Hole 4 being substantially downhill, it plays about one club shorter then its distance. It is the 17th handicap hole. It was recently rebuilt to its original “fort” hole configuration, which means that it is essentially a significantly elevated hole that is protected by bunkers on all sides. If you can, avoid the deep bunker on the left as it represents an extreme challenge for even the most skilled sand player to get up and down. However, if your tee shot does find the green, your work may just be starting due to the green’s numerous slopes and subtle breaks. As with many of the greens, any putt above the hole will prove daunting.