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Uphill dogleg left requires a good drive over or around left hand fairway bunker. Heavily bunkered green should be reached with a short iron. Shortest of all the par 3's. Depending on pin placement there can be as much as 4 different clubs used on this tee shot. Back left is the traditional "Sunday" tournament location. Green is protected by a deep front bunker and small back bunker. The only re-designed hole in the course's 90 year history. This hole requires a slight right-left tee shot. The majority of the field will lay-up to approximately 100 yards. The approach shot over a creek to a large green provides a good chance for a birdie. True risk-reward par 5. Can be reached in two by most players from a forward tee.
This hole played as the hardest par 3 during all 10 Nationwide Tour events. A long iron or hybrid to the center of the green would suffice every round. Heavily guarded by 4 large bunkers. A severe dogleg right requires a very accurate tee shot with fairway wood or driver. A mid-iron approach to a sloped green makes this a great par 4. Try to avoid missing left of this green. Fairway wood tee shot will leave a short-iron approach. This is a birdie opportunity.
Dogleg right par 5 requires 3 good shots for most players. Some longer hitters can reach this green in two. Green is protected by bunkers left and right and creek behind the green. Byron Nelson once made a double eagle on this hole. Longer hitters will be able to drive this green. A delicate pitch awaits those laying up. More birdies are made by laying up as those going over the green have a very difficult up and down. Very difficult finishing hole. A sharp dogleg left requiring a fairway wood or driver off the tee. Most will use mid-irons for approaches. Depending on tee placement, some players may choose to go over vs. around the corner. Right greenside bunker grabs many approach shots.