Hole Flyovers for : Ft Lauderdale CC-South in FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida in 33317
33317FORT LAUDERDALE WEATHER
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1Hole #1 is one of the shortest par four’s that has out of bounds down the left side.
Be careful off the tee as hitting left or right can make this short par 4 play much longer2Hole #2 is a long par four that plays through a line of trees down the right and out of bounds left. Keep your drive to the left center of the fairway, missing the long fairway bun3Number 3 is the first par three on this side is a straightway par three with bunkers on the left side. A good player can be aggressive with a tee shot and go for the pin to this re4Hole #4 is a narrow par four with out of bounds defined by a fence going up the right side of the hole. A straight drive down the right center of the fairway avoiding the trees and5Hole #5 is one of the shortest par four’s on the course. Long hitters can clear the bunker in the middle of the fairway or play it safe and go to the right center of the fairway 6This risk reward par five, #6 with water on the left side can come into play for the long hitters. A straight tee shot favoring the right side of the fairway leaves the player with7Hole #7 is a moderate dog leg right par four. Favor the left side of the fairway to avoid the bunker on the right. This will leave a easy approach shot to a two tiered green. Just 8Another signature hole, #8 is a short par 3 that requires a solid shot to carry the water and bunkers. If the ball goes over the green, recovering could be difficult as this green 9Hole #9 is a picturesque par five with pretty views but come with a narrow fairway with out of bounds left and fairway lining trees right. A long drive can set you up to reach this10To start the back nine off, hole #10 is a sneaky par four that dog legs severely to the left.
Aiming for the right side of the fairway is a good line to make for an easy, yet lo11Hole #11 is A "muscle" par four for any player.
This long hole typically plays into the wind that will requires players to hit two tremendous shots to small green with a long le12On hole #12 is a visually straightforward long par three that has one of the flattest greens on the course.
Beware of high winds that can affect your ball as it approaches the g13Hole #13, although a short par four, a straight tee shot is a plus here, any errant tee shot to the right will get you tree and bunker trouble.
The fairway opens up to the green14Another signature hole, #14 is the shortest in length of all par 5’s.
Be sure to aim down the right hand side of this fairway as your ball will want to run down the left towar15Hole #15 with an ideal drive this can make for a straightforward par four.
Any drive leaking right will have tree trouble.
The approach shot should be played for the right si16The last par five, hole #16 plays tough if any tee shot is lost left or right. A tee shot slightly left will find heavy rough and trees.
Conversely, any tee shot right will find17Hole #17 is a straight par three that is protected by bunkers on three sides.
This hole typically plays into a brisk wind so make sure to take enough club.
Missing the green 18Our finishing hole #18, is a long par four with a fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right and a trees guarding the left side of the fairway.
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