Beals Creek — Hole #18: Par 4

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Usually I’d say you need to be careful thumbing any shot where you’re clearing a wall with water in front, but because this shot is often a more-lofted 5W or 6W anyway, thumbing is not a bad option, especially with a tailwind.  And tailwinds are what present the most trouble here…just make sure your worst case is being long in the sand for a makeable chip back up the hill…don’t get too cute with that front pin!

Here’s a 5-wood with bite that settles into a back-left pin.  And here’s a 4-wood thumber that spins back into a front-right pin.

There’s a new tee box out left from about 230 yards — here’s a dunk from there!

Another new box is back-left from about 290 yards.

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