The Mission Hills Resort Course, in typical Pete Dye character, has pot bunkers, railroad ties and several water hazards. The fairways are narrow, and the greens are quick. Characteristic Pete Dye challenges include carries over water, hidden pin placements, elevated tees, and rolling fairways. There are four sets of tees to satisfy every skill level. This course has hosted the California State Open, Senior PGA Tour Qualifying Finals and LPGA Tour. Large, undulating, and firm greens make this course a challenge. Golfers need to be 90 yards or closer to hold these greens. The player who is hitting from 150 yards out is going to be in for a long day. Water comes into play on more than half the holes.
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