|Hole 17 / HCP 16 / Par 4 | Blue: 327 | White: 284 | Red: 271|
|Photos: From the Tee | Approach Shot | Rear View of Green|
GGive yourself a chance to get to the green is the thought for this sharp dogleg-right hole. The long hitters have a chance to bypass the dogleg and go for the green in one with a driver. However, you must carry the ball 256 yards over water, trees and sand to succeed. The conservative approach is to lay-up off the tee with a middle to long iron, keeping the ball on the left side of the fairway to have clear view of the green. A short iron approach to the green will give you a good shot at a birdie before heading to the home hole.
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