TPC Eagle Trace when built in 1983 was just the second TPC course after TPC Sawgrass and has a similiar pedigree as well. That's why golfers will see spectator mounds around the course, including natural granstand-type seating carved into the surrounding area of the 18th green where spectators have witnessed final hole drama during State, Regional and Champions Tour Q-School finals. The course layout has many characteristics for a tournament style TPC course - island green, fairways and greens surrounded by wooden bulkheads and great conditioning. Six sets of teeing grounds ranging from Championship tees at just over 7,000 yards to 5,100 yards will challenge and please golfers of all skill levels. All four par-3s require precise shots as water and bunkers protect each green. The signature par-4 13th hole demands a well-struck tee shot as out of bounds and water protect both fairway boundaries, plus a mid-iron shot to an elevated very undulating green.