Hole 9: Par 5
A dogleg left par five ends the front nine. A creek cuts across the fairway and comes into play on the drive. Beyond the creek, the hole plays uphill to a green guarded by bunkers on both the left- and right-hand sides. The green slopes hard from left to right.
Hole 10: Par 4
The opening par 4 of the back nine plays straight away with out of bounds tight along the right side of the hole. A large tree looms over the left side of the fairway. The second half of the hole plays slightly uphill to a fairly level green.
Hole 11: Par 3
The shortest hole at Castle Hills provides plenty of challenge, owing to it playing steeply uphill with a two-tiered green. Take one or two extra clubs than you would normally hit for this yardage to ensure that your tee ball reaches the proper level on the eleventh.
Hole 12: Par 4
An elevated tee looks out over this slight dogleg left, tree-lined hole. Hit the fairway with your drive to set up an approach to the large, relatively flat green.