This esteemed Pete Dye design weaves in and out of the picturesque Santa Rosa Mountains, which provide ample elevation changes and stunning visuals. The signature 16th hole—a downhill par 3 played to a trademark island green—is practically cut out of the mountainside.
100 Greatest: Ranked for eight years from 1985-'92. Highest ranking: No. 49, 1989-'90.
100 Greatest Public: Ranked 87th, 2009-'10.
Best in State: Ranked inside the top 10, 1983-'91. Ranked inside the top 20, 1993-'95. Ranked inside the top 30, 1997. Ranked inside the top 35, 2009.