Jackrabbit Junction — Hole #8: Par 4

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You should always at least be attempting to drive this green, because there’s no danger around it.  Here’s a high-teed 3-wood with a small cut from the front box.  This 5-wood played a much bigger cut and found the hole.

The front box may also provide an option to shoot through a gap in the cacti instead.  Here’s a high-teed 4-wood through a cacti gap that found the cup.  This high-teed 5-wood split the cacti as well.  The advantage here is a straight shot at the green, but you’ve got to be sure you can split those gaps to pull it off!

Form the far-right box, you can usually play this one a bit straighter.  Here’s a high-teed 3-wood with just a small cut from there.

From the back-right box, this hole gets longer and more curve is needed, making eagle more challenging.  This driver used quite a bit of cut to find the cup.

Even the far left box should be drivable — here’s a great high-teed 3-wood that found the hole.

The left and back box also provide an opportunity to play something like a high-teed 4-wood around the left side with an A1-type shot instead.  Here’s a great ace from the left box using that shot which had enough elevation to clear the hill and find the hole.  Here’s another one from there that ended up just as well!  This one also found the cup taking a more straight-on approach at the green and throwing it out left.

From the back-center box, you can play this same shot with a high-teed 3-wood…this one found the hole.


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