Antelope Pass — Hole #8: Par 5

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There are several options here depending mostly on the pin placement, but one is definitely the most popular.  You’re looking to hit over the right side of the mountain with the highest-lofted club you can hit, which will land you in a nice flat area elevated above the green.  From here, it’s usually a driver into the green — here’s a driver hole-out from that spot.

If you lay up in front of the sand straight ahead, curving around left-to-right with backspin, you’ll be able to curve a wood around the mountain into the green for your second…here’s a nice 4-wood hole-out from there.

With a back-right pin and a good tee box, you can blast straight ahead and have a decent shot into the green from the main fairway.

Finally, if you have something like a 7-wood, you could lay up short and left and come in over the mountain from that angle.


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