The straightaway par 4 10th hole also plays to an elevated green that seems accessible enough thanks to the absence of any surrounding sand. The tee shot seems equally innocuous other than a small wetland waiting to catch a slightly right shot. Although the green does not have any bunkers, a large mound on the front right of the approach extends into the putting surface, blocking easy access for a low running approach.
The standout feature of this hole is a singular hillock that bisects the putting surface profile from the fairway. Granted, in this day and age of target golf, the hazard can be avoided by air for most golfers. Visually, though, it is another story. Coupled with a subtle ridge line running diagonally from left to right across the landing area, the hillock demands precise placement of one's tee shot if a full view of the green on the approach is the goal.