Southern Oaks — Hole #4: Par 4

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From the far right box, you’ll have to hook it around the trees with backspin, possibly needing a water skip for the correct distance to hold the green.  A 5-wood A2-type shot with backspin can work too if you’re good at cutting back distance.  Or, you can use the hill as a backstop, as was the case with this 300-yard 3-wood holeout! If you’re really jammed back there, you may be 350 yards out, and it’s a tough driver shot from there because your ball can clip the trees as it’s curving around.  Here’s a nice driver skipped off the water, intercepted by the hole!  Either way, it’s a really tough shot from here, and you may want to lay up sometimes and hole-out from the fairway instead, like this!

The tee box on the left is only available in casual play.

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