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Don't let this short Par 3 fool you. Take a close look at the undulations on this green and you'll find a number of areas that you don't want to land your ball. Any mishit and you could find yourself cursing all the way to the next teebox.

The water shouldn't come into play here. Pull the right club out of the bag and aim at the pin.

This is a wonderful Par 4, slight dogleg right into a green guarded on the left by water and right front by a bunker. Walking away with Par is pretty satisfying.

The carry across the water looks daunting but if you double check the yardage and swing confidently, chances are pretty good you'll find the dance floor.

Last day of ice fishing for 2011. Didn't have the best of luck but pretty hard to beat a warm spring day on Blackett.

Once you make your way to the 18th teebox & you're thinking about driving the green....."You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?"(Dirty Harry).

Great driving hole. The 150 yd marker is as good a target as any to aim for.

A 220 yd drive up the middle will put you in good shape for your approach.

If you're playing from the back tees bring your binoculars to find the green. It's way out there.

You get a sneak peak at the 9th green from the 1st teebox. There are some good holes in between.


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