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Old 06-27-2019, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Cgkdisc View Post
Several courses where the longer tee on a hole is for the lower skill level where the par is one higher on that tee, i.e., Blue Par 3 on shorter tee and White Par 4 on longer tee.
We have a hole along similar lines at Stoney Hill, but they're not color-coded. There are two overlapping layouts. One hole, on the harder layout, has a basket location that's a Par-3; on the easier layout, the same tee goes to a longer basket location that's a Par-4. It has to do with routing to the next holes.

If we color-coded them, they might be a blue-layout and a white-layout. That hole would be a shorter, easier hole on the blue layout, a longer hole on the white layout.

It makes sense to me to have something similar on a multiple-tee course, where the situation warrants.
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