East Hole 9 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...
East Hole 8 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.
East Hole 7 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.
East Hole 4 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.