The Persimmon Course, which opened to rave reviews in 1999, features elevation changes from 50 to 300 feet. Perhaps the most notable is the final stretch of holes 15 through 18 that makes for a strong finish. A member favorite is the 581-yard Hole 16 whose plateau fairway is cut in half by a wash, while a bunker bisects the greenside fairway. The preferred tee shot will land on the right side of the fairway to allow a strong second shot to roll onto the green. An errant shot to the left side of the green will not hold, and the ball will likely find the bunker.
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