Hole No. 18
The Nolan Family - Terry, Joyce, Betsy and Bill '01
- Championship: 455 yds
- Back: 434 yds
- Middle: 415 yds
- Forward: 345 yds
A strong dogleg left requires a carry over Juday Creek to a fairway protected down the left side by a waste area. A drive straying too far right and long puts a large cottonwood tree into your approach shot path. A large rectangular green is guarded on the left by the same waste area the golfer see running down the entire length of the fairway.
The farther left the golfer has the courage to aim from the teeing ground, the shorter approach they will have into this green. If the golfer's tee shot is executed as planned, they will have a great opportunity to end their round with a birdie!
- After being severely damaged by flood waters in the fall of 2016, the hole was restored under the direction of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. Over a mile of internal drainage was installed to prevent future rain events from damaging the hole.