Upon completing the 17th hole golfers will take a short path up a hill through the trees and open up behind the 18th tees to a dramatic vista on an incredibly unique golf hole. The 18th hole is a medium length par 4 but plays all uphill from tee to green. A group of bunkers are scattered throughout the golf hole and aid in defining two distinct options off the tee. One option for the player is to play into the lower left fairway which is readily accessible and accommodating in size. The approach to the green from this fairway could be rather challenging though and will be a blind shot. The other option off the tee is to take a more aggressive line over the lake and bunkers to the elevated fairway. Successfully hitting this narrower fairway will give the golfers a much better look at the hole and a more comfortable approach to the challenging green. This is one of the larger greens on the course but it has some strong contour breaks throughout the surface, putting a premium on the approach shot to ensure that the golfer has a manageable putt for birdie or par to close out their round.