A par 5 prior to the renovations, the fifth hole is now an uphill par 4 measuring 412 yards from the farthest tee box. With the new tee complex constructed towards the edge of the property line, the hole will play as a slight dog leg right.
An ideal tee shot is a fade that starts at the row of cedars in the left rough, curving back to the center of the fairway. Players will want to avoid the right rough as shots may bound into the woods. Drives that land in the right rough will likely result in a difficult approach as tree branches block off the right half of the green.
The narrowing uphill approach requires an extra club for most golfers. The green is receptive, sloping from back to front. Stay below the pin if you can. Putts from above the hole and side hill putts will be speedy and will break sharply downhill.