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This hole has never been reached in two shots but that will change during the tournament. Someone with two fantastic shots will run one up on the green this time around. The "Hill of Fame" hole is normally played with a fairway wood off the tee. This should keep the drive short of the creek that bisects the fairway at 300 yards. This creek meanders down the right side, also coming into play. A long iron second shot will put the player 125 yards from the green, avoiding the right side fairway bunkers and the tree trouble on the left. From there the player will hit a wedge onto a receptive green. Keeping the ball below the hole is a must because the green is especially quick from back to front.
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