Cypress Cove — Hole #15: Par 4

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The best way to play this hole is to position your drive so that you have a low-lofted club into the green (a huge tree will catch any high-lofted approach shot). You need to get out far enough past the trees on the left, but not so far that the big approach tree is too much in your way.

Take a look at the pin. If it’s close to the fairway, you want to position your approach shot close enough to use the low-lofted 2-iron. Then turn back and aim down the first part of the fairway. If the wind isn’t blowing extremely (double digits) to the right, hit your tee shot down the left side of the fairway and get just past the trees — here’s a 2-iron hole-out from there. If the wind is big to the right, hit your tee shot to the right side of the fairway (close to the water) and you’ll have a driver (low-lofted) to the green. If you get in trouble with your distance or you hit it too far down the fairway, you can always curve it around that big tree too, but it’s tougher.

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