If greatness in a golf course is measured in the character of its short par fours, here truly is the soul of Crumpin- Fox. The gentle left curve of the descending fairway reveals all to the golfer at first glance, save for the penalties for those who transgress. A modest tee shot to the left of the cliff and forest leaves a short second to the green. The green is three leveled, and protected to the right with a bunker, to the back by a creek and forest, to the left by a pond and an imposing hickory tree. A judicious second shot will find the center of the green, but the final examination is in the putt.