The penultimate hole on Scissortail is a picturesque 178-yard par-3 with trouble all around. The water on the left can be intimidating with a long iron in hand, but the bailout right isn’t much better. Aim for the middle of the green and life will be good. Par is a great score here! […]
The 344-yard 12th is the shortest par-4 on the course and a real birdie chance. A fairway wood or driver that avoids the bunkers will leave a simple shot into a welcoming green. Avoid the big greenside bunker on the right that swallows up short shots. […]
The 424-yard par-4 6th demands that you find the fairway off the tee. Miss either side and you’re in the woods. When you do find the short cut, you’ll be left with a long challenging shot to an elevated green. You need two well struck shots here to reach in regulation. There is room to […]
The 410 yard par-4 16th is a great birdie opportunity. An accurate drive that finds the fairway will leave a short iron into this receptive green. Miss right and you could have a challenging sand shot for your up and down. […]
The medium length 535-yard par-5 15th can be reached in two by long hitters. All but the longest players will want to play left of the fairway bunkers from the tee. There is plenty of room to miss on the approach, therefore there is no real reason to lay up if you’re feeling good about […]
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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