326 Yards – Blue Tees – #18 Handicap Hole
316 Yards – White Tees – #18 Handicap Hole
265 Yards – Red/Gold Tees – #14 Handicap Hole
The 11th hole is a short, drivable, 90º dogleg right par 4 with an in-course out-of-bounds running the entire length of the right side, in the 16th hole rough and out-of-bounds along the perimeter roads on the left side of the hole. The hole is located between the perimeter roads, Cheese Factory Road and Route 173, and the 16th hole. A boulder strewn waste area is located at the dog-leg corner.
The small circular green slopes away from front to back and a small sand bunker guards the left front of the green.
Another reachable dogleg par 4, though a bit longer than #10, is guarded by out of bounds long and a small clump of trees right of the sloping way green. Again, a shot to, or near, the 100 yard marker is the more prudent, or most conservative shot. With the green sloping away from the player, it is almost always a better bet to land the ball slightly short of the green rather than just on the green or play the exact yardage to the hole and expect the ball to stop close to the hole.