#MondayMoves The Champions course. The par-4 14th hole.  
Only 429 yard off the tee and a narrow runway of fairway. Makes for a challenging tee shot. How would you play this tee shot?


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it all depends on how skilled of a player you are. you can hit driver but you have to stay right off the tee so that you have more favorable approach shot. If you hit your driver a long ways then you will want to hit your 3 wood so that you stay in front of the bunker. If I remember right this hole is not friendly to you if you dont get it into the fairway so that is the most important part!

I play Blues and its about 410 according to my book! I hit driver @ the right waste visable from tee just right of the fairrway bunker! After a 260 driver, I usually have a 9i to 7i in depending on angle and pin! Have to be mindful of front vs back pin.

Depends on the wind, but usually I play 4 iron to keep the bunker out of play, then an 8 iron in

3 wood 9 iron

3 Iron off Tee, 4 Iron approach, chip off of fringe, and one putt for Par...Next

All depends on how far out that bunker is.

Knock down driver....left to right:)

I played 3wood 6 iron... got par

Driver, aim at the right side of the bunker.

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๐ŸŽŠ๐Ÿ’ฅHappy 4th of July!๐Ÿ’ฅ๐ŸŽŠ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
The Stadium course is closed for summer maintenance. We will be back open and ready for play on August 1st! Dont forget! The Champions course is set to reopen on Friday, July 19th. ๐Ÿ™Œ


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Played superstition mountain Sunday and with a little extra altitude it was perfect,, What a nice place

Today is Summer Solstice! Who is playing golf today?โœ‹
How many holes do you think you could play in one day?


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I played all 72 at bandon dunes walking in one day by myself. On this date. In 2011. Hahaha. That was amazing.

18 is enough now. Remember playing 45 once on a golf junket. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Beautiful pic!


Happy Monday! Summer maintenance project have begun on the Champions course! The Champions course is set to reopen on July 19th. The Stadium course is still open!
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