Pembroke Links — Hole #15: Par 4

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Front pins are the ones that can get you in trouble…you have to make sure to carry the green first and foremost, but the down 7 makes it hard to stay in the front.  Short shots will call for that lob wedge out of the sand again.  With a down 7, you’d prefer NOT to use a tee so you can apply backspin, but make sure to hit it hard enough as the the approach is elevated with a wall in front of the green.

From the back box, this 5-wood dunks to a front pin.

There’s a new tee box up left offering a different angle from about 270 yards…here’s a 5-wood floated in from there.

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