Par 5 / Brown Tees: 571 / Blue Tees: 503 / Green Tees: 476 / Red Tees: 410
There is a nice walk from the green on number fourteen to this fifteenth tee. Here again, the St. Augustine grass really defines the tee and gives it a great look. When you stand on the tee of this hole, you know you’ve got to drive your ball toward the bunkers on the left. The definition of the fairway bunker on the left really turns this hole left to right going into the green. There are some bunkers up there short of the green that just keep on turning the hole to the right. I think this hole sets up really well. But keep your ball on the left a bit because there’s more trouble on the right than there is on the left. There’s the little lagoon that goes down the right side, but you’ve got plenty of fairway if you just stay left.
When you get up to the landing area on this hole, you’ve got plenty of room and should get a flat lie. So rip it down there—give it a good shot—and go straight at the green. The bunker on the front left is pretty severe, so slide your ball in on the right side just a little. The green has nice contours, which are a little smaller than some, but the runoff on both sides is very playable.