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Character is the best word to describe this challenging ninety degree dogleg left par four. The tee shot placement is critical in length and accuracy. There is a lake on the right side of the fairway that temps you to place it as close to it as possible. The closer you are to the lake, the shorter your approach shot to the green becomes. However, if your tee shot is not more than 180 yards from the white tees, your approach shot will still be hindered by trees. The green is two tiered and requires the approach shot to be on the correct tier or a three putt is very likely. Birdies or bogeys are equally possible.

 

 

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