Championship Hole #11

Par: 4   
 
Men's Handicap: 8
Ladies Handicap: 4
 
Red Tee: 344 Yards
Gold Tee: 300yards
White Tee: 344 yards
Blue Tee: 356 yards
 
Dogleg left almost 90 degrees; par 4, which a well placed tee shot must be played. There are no fairway bunkers to worry about.  The safer a player plays, favoring the right side of the fairway, the longer the second shot into the green will be.  This is a risk reward tee shot that if executed properly can give you a wedge in your hand.  The tee shot temps the player to bit off more which if not perfectly placed can lead to many areas of trouble. The best angle of attack is in the center of the fairway from the point after the dogleg turns.  This will give your second shot a more open feel to the green.
 
The green is guarded by two bunkers right and left.  There is a spine from the middle of the left side of the green toward the back right of the green that slopes down to the front and down to the back left of the green.  High points to the green are the middle and back right.  The second shot is straight forward, but given that the green is extremely deep and undulating proper club selection and using the natural slopes of the green need to be considered to get close to the pin.

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