Hole 16: Par 3
The longest par 3 on the course is difficult because of the green that slopes hard from back-left to front-right. A quality tee ball and good green play are essential here.
Hole 17: Par 4
A risk/reward par 4 that is somewhat downhill, the seventeenth is a strategic hole at this point in the round. Long hitters may try to go at this green, but a dangerous bunker lurks along the right side of the approach area, and can prove difficult to play out of. There is a fall-off over this green that makes for a tricky chip back up the hill. Be careful, but this might be the chance you've been waiting for to go for broke.
Hole 18: Par 4
The home hole at Green Meadows is a medium-length dogleg left par 4, with a downhill approach. The green is very sloped and is the main challenge of this hole that finishes with a nice view of the clubhouse and surrounding holes. Take in the view as you cap off your round.