Hole 11 Description
As you depart the tenth green, you climb up to the elevated double teeing area used by both the 11th and 14th holes at the highest point in Indian River County. The elevated tee shot provides most of the drama on number 11. The lake which guards the left side of the fairway forces play to the right and that makes the hole longer. To the right of the fairway are obstacles of trees, sand, and more water. The elevated green is protected by a bunker which forces shorter hitters to lay up and long hitters to hit a long high shot. While the green is large, the saddle shape causes players to aim either to the right or left depending on where the pin is or they’ll face a long difficult putt. With the wind, number 11 is reachable in two, but against the wind, it is a different story.