A great finishing hole. From the tee, golfers generally try to avoid the native prairie grass hazard in front and to the left, and they push their tee shots to the right. Be courageous. Once over the hazard, there is one of the largest landing areas on the course. Even the water hazard is well to the left and there’s much more room than first appears. It is much easier to approach the green from the left, avoiding the steep bunker on the right front of the green. The green slopes a tad to the left, another good reason to line up your approach from the left side of the fairway, but beware of the large grass bunkers that protect the left, and backside of the green.