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No matter which tee box you choose to play from, it may be a challenge for your ball to come to rest in the fairway. The sloping fairway from right to left will assist the ball to travel into the left rough. A long drive here gives you the option to cross the creek in two and potentially reach an accessible green.
Strap up from the blue teeing area. A southern wind may alter your club selection. This par 3 is a dandy. Tree guarded to the right and long, a false front, and a large embankment on the left side of the green makes this a difficult green to be putting for birdie. Anything close the green is an acceptable play. Good Luck!!!
A right to left tee shot may follow the contour of this dogleg. Out of bounds disallows going too far left. The creek crosses the fairway at its lowest point between the 100 and 150 yardage markers from the green. You will need to hit from a downhill lie in the fairway, cross the creek, and manage the elevation change between the creek and the green. An extra club or two may be in order. A bunker protects the green in the front right corner.