The recent discovery of the Chicago Times-Herald article on the founding of Homewood Country Club showed a spring located near this hole, which is how it got its name. This long par four has beauty, strategy, and challenge. The key to scoring on this hole is to avoid the bunker on the left side of the hole with the drive, which leaves a preferred “bump and run” avenue for the second shot into the very small green. The bunker guarding the right front corner of the green must be contended with when approaching the front right pin placement. The under sized and undulating green is a fitting end to this gem.