last par-5, at 528 yards, is arguably the most difficult one on
the course. Seventeen is definitely a three-shot hole to the
all except just a few long hitters. With any headwind, the player will
forced to use a long iron or even a fairway wood into the green, making
it very difficult to stop the ball anywhere near the pin. A
deep bunker on the right side of the green serves as a collection
area stopping errant shots from rolling into a nearby hazard.
green slopes from back left to front right with a significant
ridge along the back third of the green. Par at the 17th usually wins
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