Pembroke Links — Hole #14: Par 3

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This can be a nasty par 3…you’re shooting way downhill with a strong wind and a lofted club, so it certainly challenges your shot-making skills.  Often times a low-tee is great to both compensate for a gap in clubs and better fight the wind and elevation.  Two pretty big tee boxes really mix things up too.

From the back box, here’s a 7-wood with bite to a front-center pin.

There’s a new tee box from the other side of the water with an up 4 slope from about 120 yards.

Another new box is off to the left with a down 3, left 3 approach — here’s a 9-iron ace from there.

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  1. Beware the elevation change on this hole.
    Plays similar to hole 4 of Rhineland after the teeboxes were changed.

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