A true 90-degree dogleg left, which rises slightly from the tee to the corner. The middle of the fairway is about 230 yards from the white tees at the turn of the dogleg. The dogleg is almost impossible to shortcut, because a stand of very large trees blocks the entire left side of the fairway, once the turn of the corner is made. Usually a second shot of 150 to 200 yards presents itself to the player, to a green that is guarded in front on both sides by large, looming trees. The green is narrow and quite deep, with two tiers, and a general back-to-front slope.


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