The eighteenth is a long par 5 that can be reached in two by the long hitters. The tee shot is elevated to a wide fairway and players will be looking to catch the downslope just past the right fairway bunker. Those laying up will need to contend with a fairway bunker and pond on the right and a fairway that gets narrower the closer you get to the hole. Players will lay up to a yardage that is comfortable to them and be left with a short iron or wedge into a green guarded on the front and right by a pond and bunkers and on the left by another bunker. Players going for the green in two will be hitting a long iron or fairway wood over a pond and bunkers to a shallow green - this is a very risky shot but can also be very rewarding with a birdie or possibly an eagle.