The eighth hole tee shot is one of the most dramatic and demanding on the course. A creek and lake run up the entire left side of the hole. Depending on the wind, players will hit fairway woods or long irons that must be placed accurately in the landing area. Water and a bunker await them on the left and trees and fescue on the right. The approach shot will be from 110-150 yards out with a short iron to a bowl shaped green. A good tee shot will be the difference between birdie and bogey.