The par 3, 194-yard fourth has a rather unique water hazard enroute to the green. Instead of a gentle slope from the green to the water, as is the norm for most holes with water hazards, a stone wall separates land from water. As a result, a ball hit in the vicinity will either find a watery grave or land nicely on the green; there are no in-betweens on this hole. The green itself has two levels, settings up an interesting variety of pin placements.
Springfield, New Jersey
7,392 Yards / Par 70
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