The hole is named “Oak” for the large oak grove that borders the left side of the second half of this hole and that awaits any stray layup shots that may come its way. This hole is a good test of golf and a fitting finish to the front nine. The key to scoring here is maximizing the distance off the tee and the second shot distance (as the entire hole plays uphill) which will help the player hone in with precision to a very demanding two-tiered green complex. An expansive collar left of the green allows the player multiple recovery scenarios back to the green. Birdies are well deserved on this long and demanding par 5.