And then there was one.
The 10th hole was fully hydroseeded last week (you can see its current state in the above photo), meaning No. 18 is the only hole that hasn’t turned green.
But as you can see from the picture below, the green on No. 18 is coming along nicely. Just the fairway remains:
Looking back at the 10th hole, the natural sandy area along the left side just past the tee has become much more defined:
Here is another view inside the natural sandy area, further up the left-hand side of the hole. There is also one bunker that pinches the fairway for bombers down the right-hand side:
You can see how the green has shifted to the right, as part of the old location is the dirt you can see on the left side of the photo below:
Here is view from a potential layup area, if you find yourself on the left side of the fairway:
And while you probably won’t find your ball over here, this photo illustrates the slope in front of the left side of the green, which feeds into the pond:
Here is the new view from behind the green:
And here is the new corner of the course that features the 10th and 11th greens:
Tags: 10th hole, 11th hole, 18th hole, Hydroseeding