The tee on 18.One thing I love about this course is that at any given place on this course, you'll see palm trees, towering cypress trees and looming mountains all in the same look! And when you lose your ball in the desert, the surrounding cacti do not beckon you to go hunting for it! And while the desert is dry and thirsty, when you put a little water on it, it gets green and all manner of growth sprouts.
12 takes you back down with a tee shot off a hill top. Given the wind conditions I have used driver on that tee as well as a 7 iron. Golf is a great game with some downsides. I hate how expensive it is and that it is not so accessible for most of the population. But I have to admit that it is one of the hardest sports to master and that is in part what makes it such an interesting game. And all it takes is one sweet shot to keep you coming back for more. I didn't break 100 on this particular outing but I hit the green on a couple of par 3's, got par twice and felt pretty good about my game. Next time, I'll likely be ready to give up golf for life!