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A bold drive over the sandy ridge on the right side of the hole will reward the player with much extra distance and a better angle for the second, possibly even setting up a chance to get to the green for the biggest hitters. The landing area for the second shot and approach gets narrower the closer one gets to the green, with a native sandy scrub area on the right threatening to turn the hole into a struggle for par.
The green is wedged between the rising land to the right and pinched on the left by the property line, making five a good score.
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