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RHINESEL 05-07-2010 01:56 AM

Hole of the Day 5-7-2010
 
William Cameron Park in Waco, TX

Hole #11

Two Tees. Tee "A" 432 ft Tee "B" 314 ft. Par 4, Pro Par 3

Tee "A" (long) is a dog leg right. After the short dogleg, shares fairway with tee "B".
Tee "B" (short) is a straight shot. Basket is in the group of trees next to the walkway.

Tee "A"
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/4d8e353f.jpg

Tee "B"
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/de077355.jpg

Basket
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/3da6ffdd.jpg

Course map:
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/868cab8c.pdf

Tee "A" I'm throwing an ESP XL RHBH to anny the dogleg. Follow with a Star Teebird or an ESP Buzzz

Tee "B" I'm throwing a Star Teebird RHBH to the right of that one lonely tree in the middle of the fairway and let it fade in.

TalbotTrojan 05-07-2010 02:16 AM

A Tee is most likely a FH Starfire, but I am still trying to figure out how far I might expect to get that shot. I might even consider trying a BH shot and skipping under the trees after going to the right of the dogleg tree, probably with my Surge SS.

B Tee, if I was forced to play it, is probably a Stalker or Buzzz right at it BH.

BrotherDave 05-07-2010 02:41 AM

Tee A: I'm going balls out, big flex with a Pred, clean up the pieces with an ION.

Tee B: Probably an Eagle, on a little anny. Maybe a Neb if I'm feeling frisky.

AdamCaudle 05-07-2010 02:50 AM

Tee A: I'm flicking a teebird around the leg, and finishing up with my JK Pro Aviar.
Tee B: Probably BH the stalker up the gut, or go for the Comet shot depending on the ceiling.

Lewis 05-07-2010 07:26 AM

Tee A: Try to flip over a Katana or a Surge, and then probably Roc or Cro from there.

Tee B: This is just right for a nice, straight fairway driver. Maybe a Teebird or a Stalker if I'm feeling average, or if I'm feeling manly, an ESP Cyclone.

This hole looks like a roller's paradise.

toothyfish 05-07-2010 07:36 AM

Tee A: Beat Avenger X, will make that turn on it's own, possibly an Avenger Z flex shot, condition depending

Tee B: Roc, to the right a bit or Gazelle, hyzer

I am assuming that the walking path is OB, as they often are.

Innovastar 05-07-2010 07:54 AM

Tee A: LHBH a slight hyzer with my Star Destroyer, then finish up with the Wolf or Voodoo depending on what I have left.

Tee B: LHBH straight with my Star Orc, should set it close enough for a decent put with the SS

Technohic 05-07-2010 08:11 AM

Tee A: FH Z Pred, try to cut as close to the corner of the dog leg as I can and that should put me about the middle of the fairway and as close as I can get; follow with a conservative upshot to hit par.

Tee B: BH Hyzer-flip Z Xpress, S to the right of the basket and fade back in. Should give me a shot at bird.

VictorB 05-07-2010 08:31 AM

depending on the wind I'd throw a teebird or predator, but try the same shot with both: a nice straight shot out to about 375' so setup the easy approach for a 3. If the wind is just right, I'll break out my beat up Z Pred and try and crush a flex shot up into putting range - but I'm not normally that aggressive on holes that I can't reach :|

Kwick 05-07-2010 08:34 AM

LHBH

Short: ESP XL, hopefully tapping in for 2.

Long: ESP XL, long and straight fading to the right. short upshot, tap in 3.

Might also try to anny a pred to get maximum distance and fade towards the basket, but I would quickly realize i'd get better distance and control with the Xl


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