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9th Hole (Scissortail)

The 530-yard par-5 9th rounds out the front nine with a good birdie opportunity. Two well hit shots and the help of the prevailing south wind could have you putting for eagle. Keep your tee shot between the bunkers and you may well have a chance to catch the speed slot. Make sure your miss […]

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4th Hole (Redbud)

The 381-yard par-4 4th hole is forgiving to anything hit right of the fairway bunker, which will leave a short approach and a good chance at a birdie. Anything hit left of the fairway bunker will often lead to a bogey or worse. […]

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5th Hole (Redbud)

The 358-yard par-4 5th hole is best approached by driving short of the fairway bunker and leaving yourself a short iron second. Challenge the fairway bunker and you’ll leave yourself a short pitch. Be sure to avoid the left greenside bunker on the approach. If the pin is left, play to the center of the […]

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11th Hole (Redbud)

The 11th is a far less forgiving 418-yard par-4 than the preceding hole. A good drive played right of the fairway bunker still leaves a challenging second shot with water in play to the right. The better miss here is short. Do not bail out pin high to the left, as this will leave you […]

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9th Hole (Redbud)

The 516-yard par-5 9th might just be the best birdie chance you’ll have all day. Two well-struck shots and you’re looking at a good chance at a four. Two good shots and you’re on the dance floor with a shot at eagle. Avoid the big bunker short right of the green. […]

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5th Hole (Scissortail)

The 190-yard par-3 5th features an expansive two-tiered green. Find the correct section and you’ll present yourself with a good look at a birdie. Find anything but the correct section and you have your work cut out for you with the flat stick. There’s a small pot bunker in front, so missing left is the […]

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4th Hole (Scissortail)

At 361 yards, it’s tempting to challenge the left fairway bunker on the par-4 4th, but the smart play is to stay right of it. Any decent drive that avoids the sand will leave a short approach and good birdie opportunity – as long as you don’t miss short and right where a deep bunker […]

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2nd Hole (Scissortail)

The 398-yard par-4 2nd is simple, but still demanding. This straight chute-like fairway is heavily lined with trees on either side. Stay straight off the tee or you’ll likely need to take your medicine and chip out sideways. Don’t miss long when the pin is at the back – the trees are waiting there for […]

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