|DeBordieu Colony Club No. 17
441 yards | Par 4 | 9 votes
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A water hazard and salt marsh run along the entire right side of the hole, which curls to the right along the water. You can take as much off the corner as you dare, possibly setting up a short iron into the green or something more like a 3-iron.
The wind is predominantly in your face on the hole, so it's more likely a long iron. The hole measures 441 yards from the championship tee, 385 from the back, 346 from the middle and 290 from the forward tee.
The fairway slopes down from mild mounds on the left side and levels in the middle. A fairway bunker will catch bailout drives down the left side and out of bounds lurks beyond the left mounds.
A bulkhead separates the green from water on the right and a waste bunker runs up to the green on the right from about 75 yards out.
The green is 37 yards deep, has a mild ridge running through the middle from front to back, and falls off to the right.
"This extremely difficult par-4 can ruin a good round if you aren't careful."
"You must not play safe off the tee due to a tough second shot. Wind is generally a factor."
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Video tour | with Al Blondin