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Default HOD 1/14/20 - Muldoon Park, Pelham, NH - #17

Muldoon Park, Pelham, NH
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Hole 17 490ft
tip by bradharris : Being able to throw dead-straight is key here. There are enough tree trunks on either side, that any lateral movement can result in an ugly kick into the woods.

At only 200' this is a good hole to power down and try to keep under control, it doesn't take much distance to get into range for a long putt for 2.
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Old 01-14-2020, 12:12 PM
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Old 01-14-2020, 12:20 PM
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Whoa, I've been away from the forums for more than 2 years, and when I pop back in, I'm being quoted on the very first post I see. It's like I never left!

Anyway, from what I remember of this hole, it's an uphill tee shot to a hard left turn. The tee placement doesn't leave a lot of space to the left for a big hyzer, so you need to rely on having something fade hard at the turn to set up the second shot to the pin. It's a 2 shot hole, but neither throw is very long, I think I typically was throwing a verdict up high off the tee to let it stall and fade, then figure it out from there.
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Old 01-14-2020, 02:38 PM
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Whoa, I've been away from the forums for more than 2 years, and when I pop back in, I'm being quoted on the very first post I see. It's like I never left!

Anyway, from what I remember of this hole, it's an uphill tee shot to a hard left turn. The tee placement doesn't leave a lot of space to the left for a big hyzer, so you need to rely on having something fade hard at the turn to set up the second shot to the pin. It's a 2 shot hole, but neither throw is very long, I think I typically was throwing a verdict up high off the tee to let it stall and fade, then figure it out from there.
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Old 01-14-2020, 03:05 PM
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JB Zone off the tee, probably a Wizard for the second shot
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rhbh plaz ion 3x for par
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Old 01-14-2020, 04:17 PM
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at 490ft i'm not sure how this is a 2 shot hole, or just making the turn gives you a shot at a 2.
anyhoo with a dogleg left i'll havta bust out my rhbh with a resistor
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Old 01-14-2020, 05:52 PM
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S-Line P2 RHBH to start
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Old 01-14-2020, 07:32 PM
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Ummmm is that a wolf in the approach photo?!? I'm going zflx zone off the tee... No timberwolf for a change.
But seriously, is that a wolf?
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RHBH Verdict, then an Envy probably
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