Hole nine is a straightaway par four with trees to the left and right. There are no water hazards or sand traps on this hole. The green is the toughest on the course with a very quick downslope from the top to the bottom and even a little left to right.
The red tee box is across the bridge to the left in front of the creek. The white and the blue are right behind the pine trees to the left of the cart path.
This fairway is straight with a little overhang on the right from a tree branch. Trees line the right and the left side as well as a powerhouse fenced-in area on the left along with the main road.
There are no bunkers on hole nine.
There is water right in front of the white and blue tees. The red tees will not have to worry about the water being in play.