What does our third hole have in common with famous ’70s band “America” and musical duo “Captain and Tenille”? Well, hole three is the course’s first dogleg (left) and it might have you singing “Muskrat Love” before you leave the teeing ground. Long hitters will invariably attempt to cut the distance to the concealed green by carrying the trees on the left and landing safely inside the dogleg. Others will hit an iron or hybrid straightaway to the corner. In either case, an errant tee shot too far left will put your ball out of bounds, and squarely into marsh inhabited by our resident muskrats. Even if you’re safe after the first shot, mind your distance on the approach. Though a gentle berm frames the back of the green, a ball that’s hit a hair too far will kick OB.