The last hole is a mid-length par 3 that plays semi-blind over a small ridge around half way to the hole. Players can only see the top of the pin from the tee block and none of the putting surface, making it hard to judge the distance. The green slopes gently from back to front and has a number of subtle breaks. The tendency for putts to seemingly break up the hill makes the putting surface very hard to read and often holing a birdie putt to finish your round is only achieved by some local knowledge.
Hole sponsored by JNH Plumbing + Gas