|Hole 4 / HCP 13 / Par 4 | Blue: 338 | White: 303 | Red: 291|
|Photos: From the Tee | Approach Shot | Side View of Green|
Hole number 4 is a good birdie hole if you play this dogleg-left smart. Big hitters will be tempted to fly the pond located just in front of the green, but you're looking at about a 300 yard carry from the back tees. It's been done, but it's rarely seen. Hit a mid to long iron off the tee and out into the middle of the fairway and you'll be in perfect position to birdie this short par 4. Be careful with a wood off the tee, because the pond is reachable with a good hit. Stay left with your approach shot if anything, but avoid the deep green-side bunker. If you happen to find the water on your approach shot, there is a drop area located up near the green.
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