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The tenth is a medium-length par four from an elevated tee to a valley that leads gently uphill to a broad, sweeping green. The wide-openness of the hole will mislead players into not placing their tee shot to the correct spot from which to attack the pin, making the approach more difficult to get close to the hole.
The open field design allows for multiple wind directions and can disturb the golfer's ability to see where he should place his drive. The green resides at the crest of a broad roll in the landscape and is subdivided into many smaller cupping targets.
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