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Old 01-10-2022, 03:54 PM
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Loved this course when I played it a few years back (before the changes).

Don't really remember this hole, but I'd probably go fresh Pro Wraith on a slight RHBH hyzer. If the little tree blocks that line, I'd try hyzer flip to straightish with the seasoned Pro Wraith.
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its flat, the green is actually 20 ft below the tee but it doesn't drop off until past that treeline
Why is it so hard to judge elevation in photos ???
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