Sunny Wood — Hole #7: Par 4

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You’ll be using a vast array of clubs on this hole depending on your tee box placement and the wind!  This green is always drivable, and you’ll usually use backspin to hold the green.

The biggest danger here is the water if you go long, and it is pretty easy to miss long here too!  Be most careful when the wind is blowing straight ahead or to the left, because these winds will carry an A1 shot out more towards that water than you would expect.  In these cases, club down and play slightly more cut, using backspin to hold the green.  Overwhelming consensus here is to aim right at the green and play a B1-type shot — much easier to control distance and accuracy both.  Since this is a par 4, you should be happy with any kind of putt for eagle!


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