Our 15th hole has had many a golfer mutter to themselves after leaving the putting surface. A green that slopes severely from right to left downhill with a dropoff in front has left this green with few fair pin placements. The tee shot is struck between walls of trees on both sides of the fairway which slopes from right to left. The ideal landing area is left center to allow the best chance at getting close to the pin. This fairway features many undulations that can leave a nasty hanging lie for your approach. A huge tree guards the right side of the green and snags many incoming shots that appear to be looking great for the longest time. The wind generally blows from the west and makes this tree more prevalent. A bunker guards the left side and when the putting surface gets slick it is possible to have your 35 foot birdie from above the hole gently roll and roll into this bunker. My favorite hole because of the challenge it presents and at 425 from the tips a real test from tee to green.