Bonnie Moor — Hole #11: Par 4

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This par 4 will set you up anywhere along a very wide tee box and have you shoot into 1 of 2 different greens.  The difficulty depends on how much you have to hook around the hill on the way to the green.  If you’re in the middle of the tee box, you’ll have to play quite a bit of hook to get around the hill and back to the green.  Or, if you’re on the far right for example, you could have a straight shot into that green.

One green forces you to hit directly over the water, and one is in between sand traps with less water trouble.  Both force you to be accurate, because a miss is either wet or sand most of the time.  Be careful if you decide to use backspin — it can help you from carrying off the green, but it can also suck your ball off the green if you happen to land in the middle instead of the edge!


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