Jackrabbit Junction — Hole #9: Par 5

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As long as you can pull back and hammer a solid drive, you should always be using a high tee to cut the corner of the fairway over the left side of the hill.  There are several gaps in the cacti, and it’s rare to actually catch one.  Even if you do, it’s also rare to be left without an approach from wherever your ball settles.  Here’s a 9-wood hole-out from the fairway there.  This one fell short but a 9-wood was still able to get up and in.

The alternative is to play the fairway straight ahead, possibly cutting the corner just slightly without risking missing the fairway.  A 3-wood is nice from here.  If you have to hit driver, make sure not to leave it short due to the slightly-elevated green.


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