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Hole 18 is the toughest hole on the back nine. From the back tees, it’s 478 yards. It is a par 4, slightly downhill and a slight dogleg to the left. You have three fairway bunkers to avoid on the left off the tee and also again a large slope to the right that will help gather a shot that’s a little left right back into the fairway. You definitely want to aim down the right side. There is a large lake on the right and also a large bunker on the right, which need to be avoided at all costs. If you’re having trouble that day, make sure to leave the ball out to the right. You want to be sure to aim a little extra to the left if you can recover from the left side but not from the right. Once you get there you do have a fairly flat green and should have a good chance of making your putt.
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