The eighteenth and finishing hole is a medium length, slight dogleg left, Par 4, located between the 4th and 10th holes. Small to medium sized trees are in both roughs the entire length of the fairway which leads to a highly elevated three-tiered green.
The small, circular, uniquely, three-tiered green slopes from back right to front left and is backed by a steep hillside which leads up to an overlooking viewing deck. The green is further flanked on both back sides by wooded areas on both sides and a paved cart path left.
Off this tee sometimes a bad shot is not a bad thing. With the 18th fairway bounded by the 10th and 4th fairways, right and left, a hook or slice, if it can avoid the trees often ends up in an adjacent fairway. It is still a problem though having a second shot into the notorious three tiered, highly elevated green. Over the green is undesirable with any pin placement and putting from one tier to another is a challenge whether downhill or up.