The fourth hole is notorious, not so much for what’s on the fairway or the green, but for what isn’t. Pete’s Patch is a small grove of mountain ash just beyond the right-side tree line, well off the fairway. It’s yet another storied and defining characteristic that only adds to the lore at Roblin Golf and Country Club. (The bad news is that) If your tee shot strays right, chances are you’re going to be walking through Pete’s Patch. The good news is that the Pepsi Saloon is just a chip shot from the tee box, so while you look for your ball, your friends can refill their refreshments. As always, long hitters beware: although driving the green is possible when the wind is right, there is a pernicious little pot hole hazard on the left side, just over the ridge and (30) yards short of the forward-canted green. Pro tip: just hit it straight.