|Hole 16 / HCP 12 / Par 4 | Blue: 383 | White: 338 | Red: 303|
|Photos: From the Tee | Approach Shot | Rear View of Green|
Hole number 16 is an extreme dogleg-right, giving the bigger hitters the option to drive the ball over the trees to cut down the distance of the approach shot. Beware though of the trees and vegetation scattered along the right side after the turn. A great-looking tee shot can often lead to chipping out onto the fairway and a scramble to make par. If playing it safe and hitting straight out to the fairway, be careful not to drive the ball too long. A mid to long iron will suffice off this tee, leaving a reasonable shot at birdie. Missing the green to the right will be far more friendly than missing to the left. The area on the right side of the green will usually work the ball towards the pin, where missing left will tend to leave you in the greenside bunker if short or run you into the waterway lining the back of the green if long.
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