Live Oak Oasis
Near the Pete Dye Clubhouse, visit the scenic grove of live oak trees along the fairway by Uncle Jack’s Lake. Live oaks are so-named because they keep their leaves almost all year and live for centuries. Stand under a live oak and look upward: the limbs twist, bend and reach outward in response to wind blowing off the river. Dense wooded and rot-resistant live oak timber was used for the ribs of Colonial warships such as “Old Ironsides”.