Number two is a par five measuring 509/472/383 yards.
Now, this is a hole with character in that it has been designed
with twists and turns, differing elevations from tee to green
and well, it's just a darn pretty hole. The teeing area,
shown above, takes you through the canopy of the trees nicely
framing the fairway. A caution here however, if you aim
either left fairway or center, you may not have a clear shot
to the green if you are a long hitter. Take it down the
right side with a slight draw.
The photo above is center fairway after a decent drive.
Note that if you are a little left of here, the trees next to
the cart path would prevent your access to the green and you'd
have to lay up. If you are center cut but hit a fade,
you'll have the same problem. You should be on the right
side of the fairway where the entire green is open to you.
Not an easy shot under any condition though. Be aware OB
is right, bunker front right and left. Maybe you should
consider laying up, after all, it is a 5 par.
Here is the green looking back down the fairway from which you
came. Note the green is elevated and the surface cannot
be seen if you laid up and are approaching on your third shot.
Although the green doesn't appear so here, it is very fast
from back to front. Take it easy and make your goal a
two putt for an easy par!
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