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This should be the most difficult course in 2014 due to some tight lies and difficult shot-shaping requirements.
Most pros use the Hawks on this course to allow control with the lower-lofted hybrids on longer approach shots. There isn’t much need for any high-lofted woods, so I’d recommend the Hawks as well. Many pros like the Streak balls for their distance, but I like the Razors this year to give you backspin and roll as well as distance and a soft landing on the green.