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The tee shot of the fourth hole is across a broad valley of native rough to a wildly undulating fairway along a ridge. The green is an enormous double bowl divided by a wide plateau, so even a difficult approach has a very good opportunity to reach the green in regulation. A well-struck second will find the ball on the green and hopefully looking for a birdie, but the indifferently struck one will be hard-pressed to avoid a three-putt.
A glance at the sixth green while on the tee will help the golfer later in the round on that hole.
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