Hole 5: Par 4
Another shortish par 4 with out of bounds all along the left and a row of pine trees along the right side of the hole. The elevated green slopes from left to right and requires a precisely-struck approach shot to get close to the pin.
Hole 6: Par 4
A well-placed drive between the trees on this slightly downhill par 4 will position you for an approach to the receptive green that slopes gently from back to front.
Hole 7: Par 3
The tee shot on this par 3 plays downhill to a green that slopes significantly from back-left to front-right. A bunker guards the front left of the green.
Hole 8: Par 5
The longest hole on the front nine can provide a birdie opportunity to the player who keeps his ball short of the hole for an uphill putt. This green has an extreme slope from back to front, making a putt or a chip or pitch shot from behind the hole very difficult indeed.