The last leg of the Aspen nine begins with this short but difficult par 4. A tee shot that plays extremely uphill and requires some air under the ball in order to reach the fairway, which slopes hard from left to right. Three large spruce trees are the hole’s protection off the tee and can put you in a difficult situation if you happen to find them. Your approach shot will play at least a 1/2 club longer, as the green continues the elevation trend of this hole. Again, bunkers surround this green to catch all miss-hit shots. Once on the green, the slopes and breaks are subtle, but make no mistake – it still has the essences of Innisfail in it.