Hole number five is not long on the scorecard,
but is considered to be one of the most dangerous on the course. You have an
option of trying to clear the creek that splits the hole, or you can lay up short
leaving a long iron to the green your drive requires 250 yards to carry the
water leaving you a short wedge into the hole. The further left your tee shot goes
the more water comes into play. The green is a small well-guarded putting surface
that slopes from back to front par 4 is a really good score here.