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    White Nine Scorecard

Plenty of chances to make some low numbers while challenging your course management skills to highlight the White Nine.   The starting hole is a par five where posting a good score is a definite possibility as long as you stay out of the trees on the right.  The second hole drops off to the fairway but offers up a challenging elevated green that only accepts shots hit on the putting surface.  The green is narrow from left to right so make sure your drive puts you in position to hit straight up to the green.  The next two holes bring the creek into play so be confident your club selection is just right and keep your head down to avoid sending your ball to a watery end.  Our fifth hole is fast becoming a new favorite with a gentle dogleg and tricky green testing all aspects of your game.  The sixth hole is a three-stroke hole to reach the green for almost every golfer and the narrowing fairway puts the pressure on accuracy as you approach the green.  As you near the home stretch, hole seven has a deceiving green where depth perception can be tricky.  Pick out the flag position before pulling a club to avoid a lengthy birdie putt.  The final two holes offer up chances to hit some wedges close for easy birdies, just watch the line on your putts, it might break more than you think.

If you are making the turn, click on the RED or GOLD description, otherwise, we will see you in the clubhouse for a cold drink and warm atmosphere to chat about your round.

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