Hole 16: Par 4
The last hundred yards of this tight par 4 plays downhill quite a bit to a creek in front of the green, and the green rises on the other side with a lot of slope from back to front. Club selection is critical to get close to the hole, and it's best to avoid a downhill putt on this green!
Hole 17: Par 4
The fairway rises to this elevated green that makes the hole play slightly longer than the listed yardage. The green is smaller than most on the course and features a back-to-front slope.
Hole 18: Par 5
The finishing hole at Castle Hills is a big dogleg left par 5 that requires a well-placed tee shot and a second shot over a ravine to a raised fairway leading to a green with several humps. To end your round well be sure to read this tricky green correctly.