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the par 5, 506 yard is number one handicapped hole, lined with bunkers requiring golfers to hit their drive in good enough position for a second shot from right-center of fairway. This sets up into tricky green with a short iron. Be gratified with a five!
, is a short, but risky par 3 with 129 yards to middle of green. Correct club selection is a must because a hit into large bunker before green has been know to be fatal to your score.
, which is shorter than average par 5 is very reachable in two for longer hitters. This birdie hole can turn on you fast if you flirt with any of bunkers that underscore this hole. A second shot over bunker will leave an uphill chip and a golden birdie opportunity!
, Vegas Show Ticketssets up as a 179-yarder and bordered by distinguishing heather. It is an uphill hole, that is, if you have a need to find minuscule fairway. Use an extra club on this tough par 3. Anything short is in beach and if you miss green grab your sand wedge; you'll need it at least once!
is time to press your tee shot to right so to leave you a short to medium iron to reach elevated green in regulation. The green side bunker is deadly, so make your four and win press!
requires golfer to avoid bunker on left side of fairway. Remember to aim your second shot and avoid ball-collecting greenside bunker. Don't be a victim here!
, par 4, number two handicapped is a right-center target for drive which will cut some of yardage off sharp dogleg. A huge second shot to long green will need accurate club selection. The bunkers on entry are mean as bird they are named for! Get away with a par and don't be selfish for this birdie!
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By Mel Barosay, Jetsetters Magazine Correspondent. Read Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.com
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