The eleventh hole is a slight dogleg left playing back into the prevailing wind and guarded by all that Mother Nature has to offer. The last 350 yards of the left side of the hole is dominated by a large pond and fairway and greenside bunkers perched precariously on the watery edge. The right side of the hole is framed by fescue and more sand to guide the player towards a small narrow green. Many a best laid plan has dissolved into frustration after holing out on eleven.
Tee Box Yardage
Canadian Open Tee
*Canadian Open Tee
Tips & Tricks
Stay Right! This hole is protected by the pond that starts from the left side fairway and continuing to the left side green. When approaching the green try to play a higher lofted club to help you land soft, as this green is surrounded by bunkers.
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