Jackrabbit Junction — Hole #16: Par 4

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Most of the time it’s best to lay up at the end of the first fairway — here’s a nice 3-wood hole-out from there.

It’s sometimes fine to shoot for the second fairway if you’re comfortable as well.  Here’s a hole-out from well out into that fairway.  Even if you miss, you may still have a shot — here’s a great recovery with the 7-wood for a hole-out.

However, the trouble here arises if you get too close to the cacti guarding the approach.  You’ll likely have to work your iron shot around or through a gap in the mess to find the green.  Or check out this professionally-played 9-wood worked around the right side!  Since a long drive can mean a difficult approach shot, it’s often best to lay back and bring a long wood into the green instead.


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