The eighth hole is among the toughest par 3’s on the course. At an uncomfortable 210 yards from the back tee, this hole requires a long-iron or fairway wood to a green with a ridge that separates the left and back-right portions of the green. Anything landing on the left side of the green will kick left and trickle off the green on most occasions. Coming up short of this green and left of the green-side bunker leaves an uphill pitch and a good chance at a par. The front right green-side bunker swallows up the majority of errant approach shots leaving a tough sand shot with the green slopping away.