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Driver or fairway wood from the tee will leave a short iron approach to a very shallow green guarded by a large greenside bunker. A long tee shot favoring the right side will leave a realistic opportunity to reach this sloping green in two shots. The green is surrounded by deep greenside bunkers. Demanding par 3 that requires a fairway wood or long iron tee shot. Bunkers front left and right guard the green.
A slight dogleg left, a solid tee shot should leave players with a mid-iron approach. This large undulating green is guarded by a chipping area left and bunkers right of the green. Large grass bunkers run the length of the hole on the left side. Slight dogleg right par 4 with large pine trees down the right side. A good drive will leave a short iron approach. Mid-to-long iron tee shot to a heavily bunered green.
A long accurate tee shot can allow you to get near or reach this well-protected green in two shots. A really small green requires very accurate wedge shots. The tombstones of previous landowners are gated in the far left rough. A driver or fairway wood from the tee should leave a short-iron approach. Make sure not to miss the green, as it's surrounded by a large swale left and a deep bunker right of the green. Depending on which tees are used, this narrow fairway requires a right to left tee shot with either a fairway wood or driver. Make sure to avoid the deep fairway bunker on the left side.