The word “classic” is often misused, especially when used in conjunction with words like “dude” or “epic.” Heck, my four-year-old used all three words the other day to describe his chicken nuggets. By its very definition, however, a classic can’t be anything as ordinary as eating chicken parts, even if they are shaped like dinosaurs. A true classic is, instead, defined as something extraordinary, something that has the quality, character and uniqueness to stand the test of time. Classic is connected with synonyms like excellence, timeless, traditional, enduring, archetypal. These just so happen to also be words you could use to describe ...
Hole 1, Par 5
This opening par 5 requires an accurate tee shot between the fairway bunker and the trees on the left. Longer hitters can reach this green in two, but the lake on the left, the hazard on the right, and the two large greenside bunkers make it a daunting task.