1The green has two tiers. If the pin is on the bottom tier it pays to hit short and roll up. Plenty of room on the top tier so take enough club to get there.2Favor the middle or left middle to get the best shot at the green. If the pin is on the right aim to the center as the green slopes left to right.3Play left side of the fairway for the best angle to the green. Caution: Long hitters can reach the second pond from the white tee.4This hole plays longer than you think. Using one additional club will usually get you there. Watch the wind.5Stay right off the tee. Expect extra roll on your approach to the green.6The lake on right is reachable from the tee as is the creek which is OB. Dont try to be a hero. Stay below hole on right pin placements. 7Two tier green depth is 35 yards so be sure to get the yardage correct. Watch the wind.8Favor the left side of fairway from the tee to have the best approach angle to the green. 9Drive to the center to avoid trees on left. Prevailing wind is right to left so play second shot accordingly.10Play tee shot left of center for the best approach to the green. Long hitters can reach the pond on the right. Watch out for the creek in front of the green.11Keep it in the fairway all the way in order to avoid trouble. Taking three to get there is a far better option than 6 or worse on the card. 12Trouble left and right off the tee to this narrow fairway. Play smart to minimize potential disaster. 13A high shot will hold this rising green. The wind will play tricks here.14Keep it in the fairway all the way to avoid trouble. Long hitters can get there in two. On Back Right pin placement stay left or ball may roll off the green.15Favor the left side of fairway form the tee for best approach angle. Green slopes right to left.16Drive must be middle to left or trees may block your second shot. The green has a ridge down the center from front to back. 17three tiered green. Beware of the back tier that has a hump in the middle. Make sure to keep the ball on the pin side of the hump or your first putt will be very difficult.18The long green waits invitingly for your second shot but beware of traps, trees and hedges. If the pin is in the back make sure to take enough club or the first putt may be very lo
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