What a good looking hole to close out the front nine.
A little dogleg left into a slightly raised green.
An inspiring view from this elevated tee box. Consider hitting at least one less club into this huge green.
Resist the urge to pull driver out of the bag, it's just as easy to make birdie from a well placed fairway metal.
Right from the start, Salish Cliffs Golf Club provides some remarkable golf. On offer are huge flat tee boxes, wide fairways, fantastic and challenging routing and generous undulating greens that roll wonderfully.
Most of the fairway is hidden off the tee but this hole calls for a little draw to find the short grass.
A terrific hole to start the back nine. A dogleg left into an elevated green.
There's a reason Hole 9 is stroke index 1 on this course. A solid drive off the tee needs an even better second shot into this elevated green.
Plenty of room off the tee to land your drive. It's the approach shot that calls for a little more accuracy.
The arrival of Air Force One into the Palm Springs Airport 26 miles away hampered the fun and flying at a small and remote RC airfield in the Coachella Valley. There was actually a Secret Service RV trailer camped out at the site dictating when the RC pilots could fly.