Winding Pines — Hole #14: Par 5

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Believe it or not, you can always carry around to the second fairway…but from the back-left box, you’ll likely play a high-teed A1 driver after rotating left once that bounces off the bridge to the fairway.  With a left-blowing wind, a low-teed driver can help cut the wind and get to the bridge for the desired hops.  With all other winds, a high-teed driver is the way to go.

From the back-right box, a better option is sometimes a C3 drive around the right side to the fairway.

After a long drive, here’s a hole-out from the middle of the fairway.  But from the rough just over the water, here’s a driver through the trees into the cup.


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