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No reason why one can't be putting for birdie here.

A slight dogleg right will usually play downwind. The fairway appears to narrow dramatically as you approach the green.

Brilliant hole...wide open landing area off the tee but then the fun begins as you've got to try and thread your approach into the green through a pair of thick fescue laden dunes.

Hole 5 on the right will usually play downwind. Hole 6 plays back into the wind making for a long Par 3.

The 5th tee gives you a great view of what lies ahead.

This blind tee shot calls for a slight draw off the tee.

Avoid the "Big Nellie" bunker off the tee.

These greens roll very well, you just have to be able to read them.

Keep in mind that there are white stakes up the left side of this fairway.

An ideal spot to play your approach shot from on this dogleg right.


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