Summit Lakes — Hole #11: Par 4

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It’s rumored that this green has been driven once or twice when the lake is ice, but you probably won’t be thinking about that! If this hole is icy, though, blast an A1 or C3 as far down the ice as you can, leaving yourself with a nice approach shot with the wind.  Here’s a nice hole-out from the ice!

If the lake is water, lay up on top of the hill on either side (whatever gives you a better approach shot with the wind). You should then have from a 2-iron to a 3-wood from there.  Here’s a hole-out from the fairway. On your approach shot, if you’re using a low-lofted club, it also works well to apply backspin and land the ball in the sand short of the green.  It’s flat, so it will hop out of there and creep up nicely towards the pin!

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