The 10th hole at Bayville is not only beautiful . . . it is tough as well. To play it well, a player must avoid the bunkers on the right. The second shot will be a long one to an elevated green. Many errant shots find the deep grass depressions on the front and left of the greens. A player must choose the right club to find the flagstick on a two-tier green that is wide but not too deep. Par is a real good score at the 10th.