Number 8 is a dogleg left par four measuring 379/369/359
yards. There is a new tee box on this hole which will
increase the yardage even more for tournaments. It's a
pretty hole cut on the out skirts of a coulee. The best
drive is a straight drive although the better player will
attempt to shape the shot with a slight draw. Typically,
getting fancy here will cause nothing but heartache if not
carried out to perfection. Just put the ball in the
center of the fairway about 250 yards out. You'll still
have an easy 9 iron into the green.
When approaching this green be aware the break is left to
right as seen from the incoming fairway, but, as is the case
with most hard breaking greens, do not be above the hole.
The first putt can be struck much more aggressively going
uphill rather than down. Be especially cautious on your