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Hole 10 - Par 5

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Hole 10 - Par 5
The double dogleg 10th requires a well-placed tee shot just left and past the out-cropping of trees at the first dogleg. From there, most players will want to place their second shot to an area just past the first bunker on the left side of the fairway. With most pin placements, a well calculated pitch and run may be the best shot for finding the green and getting the ball close to the pan.


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