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A new tee adds 20 yards to the hole, making the drive the most difficult feature of this starting hole. A long, carrying drive can take advantage of a fairway downslope at the 260 yard mark. If you carry to this point, the ball should run another 30 to 40 yards leaving a short iron onto a generous green.
The danger off the tee is an out of bounds to the right and trees on both sides of the fairway. A player's first shot of the day will test his driving skills and set the tone for the rest of the round.
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