The seventeenth hole is a par 4 slight dogleg left measuring about 380 yards that hosts a split fairway. The stream that was present on the last hole loops down the middle of this hole splitting the right fairway from the left. Only the long drivers can aim down the left side, as a drive of about 260 yards is needed to reach the fairway. The majority will hit their tee shot down the right side leaving a slightly longer approach but a much safer play from the tee. The white 150 yard stake is a great aiming point from the tee and it sits about 240 yards from the back tee deck. The further right you go off the tee the longer approach you are left with. The green is guarded by a duo of bunkers and the stream that runs short and right of the green.