THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 18

Hole 18 is a true titan of a par 5. It requires three well struck shots to have a look at birdie. The entire left side of the hole is lined with a lake. Players must be careful not to bite off more than they can chew as the entire hole slopes towards the lake.

THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 17

Hole 17 is a beautiful dog-leg left par 4 over-looking the Calabash River marsh. A right to left tee shot will yield a better position to approach this green as the hole slopes towards the marsh. A series of deep bunkers protect the green.

THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 16

Hole 16 is a short and narrow dog-leg right par 4. A lay-up tee shot to about a 100 yards out is the ideal play from the tee. Long hitters may try to fly the trees on the right in hopes of reaching the green.

THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 15

Hole 15 is a straight away par 4 here where the only obstacle is the large fairway bunker on the left side. The green is slightly elevated and has a very narrow opening for which to attack.

THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 14

Hole 14 is another gorgeous par 3.  A left to right tee shot would be ideal to this small green.  The deep bunker guarding the front of the green makes for a difficult up and down.

THE PEARL EAST | HOLE 13

Hole 13 is a very tight par 5 that will require a lay up tee shot short of the water hazard.  The hazards edge is marked by a flag in the middle of the fairway.  The two tiered green is guarded by a deep bunker in the front.