Olde Stone
Too tough! That's what Moe said while playing the opening par four.

473 yards from the tips. This is the approach.

The green is quite undulating adding to the difficulty of your long approach shot from what is likely to be a downhill lie.

Awesome views from the back tee at the 580 yard, par five second hole.
Holes at Olde Stone have names...this one is "Wishbone".

603 yard par five with a split fairway.

This course isn't going to be pushed around by technology at 7,372 yards.

A view across nine green with the many fine amentities that you can find at Olde Stone in the background.

Nice place!

OK, get your mind off the pool and tennis area and focus on 10.

It's a tough, 420 yard par four, with some elevation to negotiate.

I hit three wood just right of the rough area that jets out into the fairway on the left.

There is a hill there that flows down to a nice flat spot low in the fairway.

It was nine iron into the green from there. Watch out for the false front and that nasty front side bunker.

Inset is looking back 10 from the green.

The downhill approach to the 441 yard, par four 12 hole.
Here is a look back the 188 yard, par three 13th.

Immaculate course conditions!

There's Moe exiting the old man tee box some 40 yards ahead of me at number 15.

Another beautiful tee shot with a great panoramic view of 15 and 17 on the right.

16 is a 200 yard par three.

Drakes Creek runs on the left side.

The backside of the clubhouse and 18 green from 18 fairway.

18 is a 574 yard, dogleg left par five.

The tee and green are separated by a valley and a lake.

It's beautiful and difficult.

Obviously this club has a lot of resources that make it easy on the eyes, but the design is equally impressive.