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Old 11-26-2012, 04:00 PM
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It's a white level par 4 that only bigger amateur arms with precision and a bit of luck near the end of the flight can get close for a putt. It's real easy for righties to turn it too fast and go in the trees or have it come out of the turn too early and miss the opening. The safe 3 is slightly turning a mid to land just short of the opening so there's room to line up and park your upshot.
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