Sequoia Grove — Hole #4: Par 4

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Here’s a great 3-wood from the front box cut through the left gap in the trees.  That box also sets up well for a straight shot through the gap.

The second box may well the the trickiest.  The gap straight at the green closes up significantly, although it’s still there if you want it — here’s a 5-wood finding the hole.

Otherwise you may curve a shot through the next gap over to the left, trying to catch the front-left portion of the green and hold for a putt.  It’s a bit safer off the tee, but there’s more of a chance of having to chip your next shot from off the green.

This 3-wood from the second-farthest box went through the closer gap and found the hole.

From the back box, this one gets long.  If you don’t hit a driver hard enough, you may not have enough height for that first gap.  With a headwind here, this high-teed driver settled nicely and found the hole!


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