Don’t let the water intimidate you, there is plenty of land on the other side of the aqua. Pick your club (a little extra won’t hurt) and fire away. A large island green awaits and there is plenty of room if you hit it long. Good luck and enjoy the experience.
The longest Par 5 at Bear Creek will challenge all golfers. A long, straight drive will allow the longer hitters to reach this green in 2, and a very precise approach is required to avoid water and sand left and water right. If you are laying up, a shot to the right will open up the green for an easier approach. A green sloping left to right requires precision to get the ball close. 5 is a good score on this hole.
This elevated tee, 317 yard, par 4 requires a long and accurate drive in order to cross Bear Creek. A small, split-level green awaits, demanding a precise approach to the pin regardless of your position on the fairway.