Take a look at hole 3. At 405 yards it plays to our number 10 handicap and certainly not as easy as one might think. This par 4 requires exact ball striking. It shares a fairway with number 2 so keep your tee shot left where there is plenty of room which will leave you a short iron to an undulating green. Don’t go too long or you’ll find yourself in the pot bunker on the right. Too short and your ball will catch the bunker on the left. In either case, you’ll most likely short side yourself because the green is long and narrow. This hole is a birdie opportunity but as I said, it requires exact ball striking and good putting. Tell me what you think of our third hole.
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