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Hole #10

  • We’re looking for 230 to 250 max off the tee, favoring the left center of the fairway to avoid serious tree trouble. To gauge the tricky winds on the approach, we’ll check the flags by the tennis courts. Short is better than long here.

This difficult tee shot into the prevailing wind requires a well-placed shot into a slightly angled fairway. A fairway wood or long iron is not a bad play to the left center of the fairway. A tee shot right will require a left-to-right shot into a green that is well-protected by bunkers and trees.

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