Hole #26

"Possibly the most sadistic hole on the course when in the long position, hole 26 has ruined many a good score (Ken Climo tripled it in the 1996 Masters Cup). The hole plays sharply uphill with trees throughout. An old access road (not paved) from tee to pin makes for a comparatively open look to the shorter left position, but the long position is another matter. No one opening is more than 10 feet wide, and the steep left-to-right slope encourages all discs to roll clear down to the OB road. Rain makes this hole hard to walk much less play. The short basket location sits 10 feet above and to the left of the old access road with the sloping terrain to the right. In the long position the basket is on hard dirt with the hillside just to the right and the access road to the left. Putt carefully or pay the price." -taken from DeLa website from 1998

Go to Hole #25 description.

Go to Hole #26a description.