Laurel Park — Hole #14: Par 5

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In most cases, you can just play the ball down the fairway to the left, close to the water, and still have a wood into the green in two.  Be careful to use as much loft as you can, though, because a driver may not get high enough!  Some lower-lofted woods are fine, and here’s a driver that was hit hard to clear the lip.

In cases where the wind is blowing left, which would be in your face on an approach shot from the fairway, it’s time to consider the shortcut area.  A high tee should allow you to go over the trees and stick it.  Here’s a hole-out from there.

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