Hole #7 - 345 yards, Par 4 - 7th most difficult hole
As with the first hole you are teeing off a hill that is approximately 30 feet high. There are two fairway bunkers on the left and right side approximately 220 yards away. The one on the right side is slightly closer to the tee and may not be visible. Large trees with low hanging branches border both the left and right side. As with the first hole it is very easy to hit a tee ball over these trees, however it is difficult to clear them from ground level. A bunker protects the front right of the green, a bunker sits on the left front side of the green and a hidden bunker protects the back of the green. The green slopes severely back to front with the first 5 feet actually sloping front to back. This causes balls that are hit on the front of the green to actually gain momentum as they proceed to the back of the green. You ball may actually stop quicker if you hit it a little further back onto the green.
The 7th Green
Except for an extreme left pin placement you want to approach this green from the left side of the fairway. The most difficult pin placement is front left.