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Hole #2

  • Number 2 is about the wind and the pin. If the pin’s up front and it’s downwind, let’s send driver and see what happens. But Bermuda rough means no spin. If the pin is tucked behind the bunker, let’s lay back off the tee. 2-iron’s perfect here, bud.

This short par 4 doglegs right around a giant pecan. If you can’t carry the tree, hit a left-to-right tee shot. If you miss the well-defended green, there are bunkers on three sides and the green falls away at the back. Front pin placement is treacherous.

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