Hole 9: Par 3
The front nine at Green Meadows finishes with a short par 3 hole that plays across Lake Abbie to a large green with bunkers on either side. Put a good swing on your tee ball to set up a birdie to close out your first nine.
Hole 10: Par 4
A gentle start to the back nine. Teeing off in the shadow of the clubhouse, the hole plays slightly downhill to a green with a bunker on the left-hand side. Take advantage of this hole to get your second nine off to a good start.
Hole 11: Par 4
This par 4 plays longer than one might think, because the second half of the hole is uphill. And watch out for the water that comes into play on the right-hand side of the fairway. The green has lots of back-to-front slope, so a downhill putt on the eleventh is not recommended!
Hole 12: Par 5
The longest hole on the course starts out with a very wide fairway off the tee. Long hitters may bring the large lake on the right side of the hole into play on their drive, but everyone must contend with this hazard at some point as the hole proceeds. Out-of-bounds is all along the left side of this hole, which moves downhill to a smallish green with a tricky bunker on the right side. Don't lose your focus as you play this one or a big score might be the result.