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Hole By Hole

Hole #1 • Par 4 • 363 Yards
Playing Tips: Stay left of fairway bunkers on this fairly short opening hole. Be careful of club selection off the tee as a blind penalty area is long left. The green slopes back to front so stay below the hole on your approach shot.
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Hole #2 • Par 4 • 374 Yards
Playing Tips: Aim left of the electrical box in the right rough off the tee. The further left of center off the tee, the shorter approach to a green protected by wetlands in front and back.

Gold Tee: Aim drive right of center for maximum roll and distance. Find the fairway off the tee for optimal approach into green. Green slopes front to back.
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Hole #3 • Par 5 • 503 Yards
Playing Tips: Let the “Big Dog Eat” on this reachable par 5. Stay right of center to avoid the pond to the left of fairway not visible from tee. Favor the right side of the fairway on second shot.
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Hole #4 • Par 3 • 163 Yards
Playing Tips: You get what you see on this picturesque par 3. Not many places to bail out, so club selection off the tee is vital.

Gold Tee: Aim tee shot between left and right bunker in the event drive comes up short.
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Hole #5 • Par 4 • 360 Yards
Playing Tips: Ideal tee shot is slightly left of fairway bunker. Careful of club off the tee as O.B. runs down both sides of the roughs. Take enough club on approach to carry a penalty area in front of green.

Gold Tee: Ideal tee shot should be just left of center for maximum roll and distance.
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Hole #6 • Par 5 • 493 Yards
Playing Tips: Once again you may “Release The Hounds” off the tee to set up possible eagle try. O.B. left of the cart path in the woods runs the length of the hole. Hidden pond on right runs the entire right side of hole, up to the green.

Gold Tee: Aim drive left side of Fairway for maximum distance. Ideal lay up will be left side over the cross fairway bunkers for best angle into the green.
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Hole #7 • Par 4 • 365 Yards
Playing Tips: Commonly viewed as Fawn Lake’s signature hole. Check your yardages to the penalty area at end of fairway for club selection off the tee. Bottom left side of the fairway is the best angle to the green. Select the right club for approach as collection area behind green will test short game prowess.

Gold Tee: Aim approach shot to left side of green in the event you come up short, to avoid greenside bunker. Take extra club for elevation.
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Hole #8 • Par 3 • 162 Yards
Playing Tips: Two level green makes club selection critical. Up and down from left, right or behind green will be no bargain.

Gold Tee: Aim tee shot left of the Bird House to right of green. Take enough club, as shot coming up short could find right front bunker.
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Hole #9 • Par 4 • 386 Yards
Playing Tips: Take aim slightly right of bunker on left and let it fly. High side of the fairway leads to better visibility of an elevated green with a semi-blind approach. Green runs from front to back so check your yardages... long is wrong.

Gold Tee: Aim drive toward middle bunker on the left.
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Hole #10 • Par 4 • 367 Yards
Playing Tips: Penalty area runs entire length of right side. Hidden penalty area left of cart path off the tee. Keep approach shot beneath the flag and favor right side of green. Left of green is treacherous.
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Hole #11 • Par 4 • 394 Yards
Playing Tips: Take tee ball just right of fairway bunker on left for best approach to undulated green. Approach shots short and right will be penalized.

Gold Tee: May need extra club for approach shot to allow for slight elevation.
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Hole #12 • Par 3 • 174 Yards
Playing Tips: Yardage off the tee is critical. Up and down from anywhere around the green will be a stern test. Hole plays a half club longer with elevated green.

Gold Tee: Take extra club on this elevated green. Aim to right or left side of green to avoid rough directly in front of green.
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Hole #13 • Par 4 • 331 Yards
Playing Tips: Pick your club carefully off the tee. Ideal tee shot favors left side of fairway bunker on right. Pick a club that carries bunker by 20 to 30 yards as hidden pond will collect a tee ball hit too far. Green runs front to back.
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Hole #14 • Par 5 • 505 Yards
Playing Tips: Aiming point off the tee is just left of fairway bunker on right. Most tee balls hit right of bunker will be O.B. If you decide to challenge right bunker off the tee, there’s a better chance of getting there in two. Front greenside bunkers are not a bad leave. Difficult green; pick a club, a spot, and commit!
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Hole #15 • Par 3 • 145 Yards
Playing Tips: The pond on the left is not as friendly as it looks... be careful not to attack pin placements that are left of center. Two tiered green presents challenge!
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Hole #16 • Par 5 • 541 Yards
Playing Tips: Finding the fairway off the tee is a premium! Lay-up is key, stay left of the fairway bunker for best approach into the green. Pond on left will penalize poor approach shots... you‘ve been warned!

Gold Tee: Drive and 2nd shot best when placed left side of fairway to avoid fairway bunker on the right. Place approach shot right side of green to avoid the penalty area on the left.
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Hole #17 • Par 4 • 410 Yards
Playing Tips: No rest for the weary coming down the stretch of what arguably could be the toughest two finishing holes “Arnie” ever created. Club selection off tee is critical. Greenside bunker collects all approach shots not solidly struck... take an extra club. Par is a great score on this challenging hole!

Gold Tee: Place tee shot on left side of Fairway to avoid long carry over the penalty area.
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Hole #18 • Par 4 • 410 Yards
Playing Tips: The 19th hole is in sight, but let‘s not celebrate just yet. Favor left-center of fairway, O.B. left and right off tee is closer than you think. Forced carry approach shot is vital to green that has a reputation of being tough. Beware of wind coming off of lake on left. Until next round...

Gold Tee: Center fairway best off the tee as ball hit right tends to fade right, resulting in a longer, more difficult approach shot.
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