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Hole 4

Except for basket locations C and D, this is the first realistic birdie opportunity you will have unless you play 2 from the short tee. The short pin is a gradual left turn under the visible oak trees. A strong right-handed backhand can work around the trees or a forhand/roller shot can also be used to get under the trees. Location, B, is a bit trickier as the trees in front of the Tee block the direct rout. So a big heizer or anheizer to heizer is needed. If you can park position C you are really good. Position D was added in December of 2005 and is a tough par. It's way back under the trees and as with position C, can make for a tough 3. Next Hole ->

Length Elevation
To D 230 ft. +27
To C 239 ft. +27
To B 231 ft. +2
To A 215 ft. +15