Tundra Peak — Hole #8: Par 5

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You’ll always be aiming out left for the green patch in the mountains.  It’s a bit uphill, so you’ll need a little extra loft and distance — something like a high-teed 3-wood may work well.  If you are a bit short, though, you can often bounce up the ice and onto the patch, so aim for the front center of it!  Here’s a 5-wood hole-out from the shortcut patch to the left.  Loft shouldn’t be an issue on your approach from here — this driver made it up and over, and in.


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  1. If you have a truly ugly wind a driver to the front 1/3 of the fairway followed by a c3 type shot will get you on in two as well.

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