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Hole #18

Perhaps the finest finishing hole in the province, Chilliwack’s 18th demands length, accuracy and mental discipline. This long par four demands a strong tee shot which must favor the left side to avoid being blocked out by the large, grand chestnut tree standing sentry in the right center of the fairway, 140 yards from the green. From the fairway, the second shot is most exciting. The long second shot must be precise to avoid the large chestnut tree and well struck to ensure carrying over the creek that crosses the fairway at 100 yards from the green. Should the ball lie in the rough or in the trees after the tee shot, the player is faced with the decision of a lay up or gamble.


Men - 4
Women - 4