Although during a round you don’t necessarily think of playing back-to-back par 3s, No. 10 is also a oneshotter. Typically each of Quaker Ridge’s par 3s require different clubs off the tee, especially from the Championship tees. Players will likely be hitting their third different iron to the largest green at Quaker Ridge. This putting surface of more than 40 paces is flanked on three sides by six bunkers. Canted from back-left to front-right, with the greatest degree of slope at the rear, the player missing this green long and/or left will do well to make 3 because the slope tends to run away from you.