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Tim,Is it time for #10 now? While hole 9 could probably be its own thread, I'm ready to see the back side loop.
Ed,After rereading the posts regarding the west tee, the misses are left, short left, or short straight in the bunker(s). Given the same right hole location, which provides the best opportunity for a three? Is an up-and-down from the bunker easier than trying to two putt from the left side (or plateau you mentioned)?
Is that an alternate hole in the 1st pic? Perhaps a 19th hole?
I like #10 but probably not for the reasons the architect would appreciate. I dont feel that it is an easy hole by any means, but it does provide for some relief, albeit short, after 9 and before heading to the rest of the back nine.
Quote from: JC Jones on January 15, 2009, 07:06:40 AMI like #10 but probably not for the reasons the architect would appreciate. I dont feel that it is an easy hole by any means, but it does provide for some relief, albeit short, after 9 and before heading to the rest of the back nine.I thought the same thing. Weren't there originally a lot of trees between the 10th & 18th fairways? When were those removed?
I liked the way #10 suckers a thrill-seeking chump like be to bit off the dogleg even though there's barely any dogleg there in the first place and it's totally stupid...That's probably worthy of its own thread...like that "Magician Reveals Magicians' Secrets" show on FOX......which is why I ask that nobody steal the thread idea until I can get to a computer instead of this little magic phone thingy...