|If you like living on the edge this is the hole for you. Described by Tom as one of the most unique holes he's ever had the opportunity to create, this long, downhill 449-yard, Par 4 is highlighted by continuous panoramic views of Martis Creek meadow, the Main Lodge set into its rocky hillside and far beyond to the Pacific Coast Range.
Resting atop a rugged ledge there are volcanic rock outcroppings framing the left side of the fairway. Your second shot plays along "The Altar" where a pull to the left will compel your ball to disappear fifty feet down through a ribbon of festive aspens and into the meadow below. A directional bunker 300-yards out on the right will help you stay the course. Even with an unforgiving left side, the breathtaking green setting does offer some protection. There's a left side bunker to stop you from bouncing over the ridge and a mound on the right that will kick your ball back onto the green.