The area on the north side of the course, all that we've covered so far, seems to have a significant water element. But as we move south, along the 9th fairway to its green (below) just by the Clubhouse again, we don't see near as much water. Instead, it becomes a course of trees.
We walk back beside the putting green, east of the Clubhouse and through the parking lot to cross the street that leads out to Kelly Avenue. On the south side of the street is the 10th tee, and we start the back 9.
Both the 10th and the 11th are interesting holes that require good drives. They're relatively straight with fairways lined in bunkers and Oak trees. 10 plays straight south while 11 makes up the far south side of the course and plays back west.
We're about to make our way back up north again as we approach the far southwest corner and the 12th tee.