Catedrais Beach — Hole 15: Par 4

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Even though the green slopes downhill, it’s still a nice option to high-tee a wood and go straight at the green, compensating for distance.  This is usually still easier than trying to curve left or right around the hill into the green.  Here’s a high-teed 5W that finds a back-left pin.

Something else to keep in mind with a tailwind is that a medium-teed 6-wood will still carry over the top from about 280, where you can take advantage of backspin to hold near a front pin.

Longer setups may call for you to cut a driver through the gap on the left, which is not easy.  Or perhaps the setup calls for it, like this nice 3-wood around the side with backspin into a front pin.

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