Off the tee you can’t reach the creek, but favoring the left side a little will give you a slightly better angle toward the second landing area. Play your second shot between the two big hardwoods- I couldn’t make it any plainer. When you wedge it at the green, be careful not to get too cute. The ball will spin back into the water if you’re short. I did that on purpose, and if you want to fight about it, I’ll meet you out back. Don’t be a dummy if the pin is close to the front slope. Just play for a sure par and hope you make a 15 footer. Notice there were no bunkers. With all the creeks and ponds and slopes, I didn’t need any.
Hole descriptions were written by Bob Cupp prior to the 1995 Nike Tour Championship.
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