Rhineland — Hole #3: Par 4

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With some practice, it’s actually the preferred route to take your drive through the window straight ahead towards the green.  If you make it in, your ball will filter through and end up on the green!  Here’s what appears to be a 2-wood that finds its way through.  Regarding height, a 3-wood should work as should a high-teed driver if needed.  Here’s a 10.5 driver lined up with the window that makes it through.  This 9.5 driver also clears the bottom edge to make it.  And this was even a medium-teed driver with backspin for an ace.

But the best shots have a little right-to-left cut OR catch a nice deflection shooting it left out the back side…watch this driver find the hole for an ace!

With a left wind, it’s also an option to curve a wood around the tower into the green with backspin.

If you prefer to lay up to the right for birdie, be careful of hitting the wall long on the approach, unless it’s all part of the plan!

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