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Old 06-19-2012, 10:00 PM
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Ok, so you cleared the first gap. Next, your shot needs to maintain exactly the same height, not rising, or falling, in order to also clear the second narrow gap between two large trees about 150' out.

This is looking back towards the tee, with the two trees in the middle.

Last, you must stay inside of the OB. The roadway, and anything not on the basket side, are out of bounds. This limits most right to left fading shots, unless you get a lucky skip back across the road to the inbound side.

The basket is within 10' of the road, and OB wraps around the basket, from the right, to all the way along behind the pin, so long shots, or bad skips, also usually result in a par or bogey.

So, for a righty, its a putter or mid, on a line drive, slight anny through the gap, no fade, slide up just short of the pin kinda shot.
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