The Right Side of the Fairway

Course Management with Tee Box Strategy

There are bunkers on the left and right side of the green.

Frank A. Sergiovanni, PGA

The green is reasonably flat with a breaking slope running from back to front. This hole can be a challenge. The fourth hole tee shot is straight out, up a hill and then the fairway makes a slight dog leg left. Just past the left side of the hill and before the yard marker is one bunker with mature trees in front of it. There is spring time casual water on three sides of the green.

The Course

Any shot flying over the green may go out of bounds. This short par three begins with an elevated tee shot and ends with a green surrounded by Calabogie lake water on three sides and a pond in front. Regardless of which club you hit, factor in green speeds and other conditions that'll affect these ratios. By teeing up on the left side, I actually can aim so far right that my back practically faces the lake. Hank Haney coached Tiger Woods to take the same approach, urging Tiger to eliminate half the golf course when he played. There are bunkers on the left and right side edge of rough approach to the green.

There are no bunkers around the green. The green is large with a gentle slope from right to left. The fifth hole is straight away. There is one fairway bunker on the left side near the Yard marker. The right side of the fairway rough is lined with mature trees. To the right of the green is a large, aggressive bunker with an uphill slope. The green has two levels running downhill from back to front. The sixth hole is straight away. There are mature trees on the left and right side of the fairway. A new green was built in making it the largest green on the course.

The seventh hole was redesigned in It begins with a straight tee shot then turns into a dog leg right. Depending upon your skill level, this par four can present many challenges. Too far with the tee shot and there are trees.

Off to the right there are trees. Slightly off to the right there are tall mature trees guarding the fairway. Long ball hitters can cut corners and go over trees. The average golfer straight down the middle will have no problems. There is an edge of rough bunker near the yard marker and there are bunkers on the front left side and far left side of the green. The eighth hole was redesigned in It is a straight away par three with the fairway sloping to the left.

The green has a gentle slope from back to front.

The ninth hole has many ways it can be played. The fairway runs straight out and then has a dog leg left. Mature trees line both sides of the fairway. There is one fairway bunker on the left side near the yard marker. Long ball hitters can position themselves on or directly in front of the green. Cautious players who play down the center can easily get on in two. The tenth hole is straight away with a down-hill left turn before the green. Near the yard marker is one fairway bunker on the left side.

Tee Box Strategy: Number One Factor

The fairway has a right to left slope with trees in the rough on the left side and one large oak tree protecting the entrance to the green from the left side. To the left of the green is a bunker. The green slopes from front to back. The eleventh hole is straight away. Driving distance from each tee deck features a right and left bunker on the edge of the rough.

Approaching the left side of the are bunkers.

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The green slopes from right to left. The twelfth hole is straight away and uphill before the green. This hole was rebuilt in with a new green. The green has many slopes. Long hitters may be able to get home in two.

Hole 11 from the right side of fairway

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A pond protects the front of the green and a bunker guards the right side. The green slopes severely from back to front. Hole 2 - Par 3 - yards An extra club is needed for the tee shot. Deep bunkers guard the front of the green and a shallow grass bunker hidden on the right side make accuracy a must. Any shot left will run down a steep bank. The green is large and receptive. Hole 3 - Par 4 - yards The fairway slopes left to right.

Play Like A Pro!

The green is protected by a large tree on the left side, and any shot missing the green to the right is trouble. Best angle to the green is from the right side of the fairway. Hole 4 - Par4 - yards Putting your tee shot in the fairway is critical on the toughest hole on the golf course. After hitting a good drive you are still faced with a fairway wood or long iron into a narrow green. Hole 5 - Par 4 - yards A split fairway slopes towards the pond in front of the green. Any tee shot over yds. May get wet in the pond. The pond and a deep bunker protect the front and left side of the green.

If you need to bail out it is safe on the right side, but it will leave you with a tough chip to get you up and down. Hole 6 - Par 5 - yards The fairway slopes from right to left. Long hitters may be able to reach the green in two.

Tips from the Pro - Tee Box Strategy

The last yds. Shots to the right of the green will run to the hole, but be careful there is a bunker that will catch your shot. The green is long and has two levels. Hole 7 - Par 3 - yards This is the smallest green on the course; however, it is the most protected.

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Bunkers surround the small green with out of bounds just beyond the green making the tee shot challenging. Hole 8 - Par 4 - yards The tee shot requires length and accuracy to carry the pond. If you choose to lay up, a long iron or wood will be used to reach the green on the second shot. The second shot is up hill to a green that is protected by several bunkers.

The green is long and narrow and any shot left will run down a bank. Hole 9 - Par 4 - yards A driver off the tee leaves a short shot to the green. The second shot will be from a steep up hill lie. The green is surrounded by mounds and anything long may go out of bounds. Our parking lot is just behind the green, choose your approach club wisely! Hole 10 - Par 3 - yards This short hole has one of the larger greens.

You will need to hit an extra club to go for a pin in the back. If you miss the green long you will be out of bounds, and if you miss the green right your ball will run down a hill. Hole 11 - Par 4 - yards Hitting a driver off the tee will leave you with a short shot to the hole and long hitters may be able to drive the green. There are bunkers on the right side of the fairway nearer the green. The green is wide, but not very deep. Hole 12 - Par 4 - yards To avoid the rough at the end of the fairway, a tee shot no more than yards is required.