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Updates to Blaze #10

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Blaze #10 has been enhanced for this season.

With the help of our golf architect, Raymond Hearn Golf Course Designs, Inc., we’ve added a waste bunker lining the left side of the fairway, challenging the accuracy and placement of your first shot. The waste area is 100 yards long and 25 yards wide and will feature some low growth plantings.

Around the backside, we will add fescue to frame the sight line and improve the cosmetic effect.
Additionally, our new back tee is ready for play and will stretch the hole to 355 yards including a tee shot over the pond, when in use. Our plan is to move tees for all levels around our three tee areas, providing new looks and strategies for this hole.

The waste area will add an element for golfers to play over or around and challenge all skill levels.

Updates to Blaze #18

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Blaze #18, our difficult par 4 finishing hole, is being transformed into a longer, strategic par 5!

The primary tee box has been moved back to 480 yards, and the hole features 3 new bunkers on the dog leg, as well as a new bunker fronting the creek, near the second shot landing area.
What was once a long and extremely difficult par 4 is now a risk/reward potential eagle or birdie hole. Get your drive in the fairway, avoiding the well-placed bunkers, strike a second shot around the corner, and the green is accessible for a potential birdie. For the long knockers that can reach the corner off the tee shot, eagle is within reach. Trouble lurks with 4 new bunkers and our iconic inside corner tree, but the hole is immensely playable and good golf shots will be rewarded.

We will sod the new tee boxes soon, and the par 5 should be ready for play in mid-June. Until then, the hole will play in its current form as a par 4.