Dusty Bend — Hole #13: Par 5

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The safest play is something like a high-teed 4-wood to the left side of the left fairway.  This fairway slopes right, so don’t be careless and let one trickle into the water!  At the same time, there’s a semi-hidden building behind what you’re hitting over.  Sometimes it’s directly in your line.  If you play a high-teed 5-wood, you should go right over it — otherwise you may need a very small right-to-left cut to go around this (to be safe, it’s best to play a small cut anyway and just avoid this back building).  Once you do get to the fairway, you should have a good approach shot to the green from there.  Here’s a long driver hole-out after a shorter drive.

It is possible to get there from the right side too, but it sometimes requires a precise, and long, C3 drive to get out far enough.  With a tailwind, a high tee can carry a drive far out there too for a decent approach shot.  Here’s a hole-out from there.  Stick with the left side if you can, but know that the right side is an option too.


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