Ruby Rock — Hole #9: Par 5

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Either layup shortcut spot straight ahead works, but both still provide challenging shots into the green.  You’ll often have to cut around a tall mountain using as much loft as you can get away with.  Take what the tee box gives you and hit the back-right side of either layup spot to give you the best chance on either approach.

The left landing area usually leaves you a straight shot or a small curve around the right side of the rock into the green.  Here’s a nice 5-wood hole-out.  And here’s a great 3-wood with cut into a left pin!

From the right end of the right area, this 4-wood cut nicely through the rocks to find a back pin.  From farther back, this 4-wood cut around to a left pin.

This nice family found a stray shot!

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