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Hot Diggity Dog!

Have you ever watched competitive eaters downing mountains of hot dogs and said to yourself, “I like hot dogs, but how do they eat so many?” Well, get over to WinStar World Casino because on June 10, you’ll have a chance to see it live and in-person.

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King (Pool Tower)

This is the getaway you’ve been waiting for. When you stay in either of WinStar’s Pool Towers, every amenity is at your fingertips. And an unbeatable lineup of experiences is just outside your door: two glimmering pools, two 18-hole, championship golf courses and diverse dining options – not to mention the World’s Biggest Casino. A […]

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11th Hole (Scissortail)

The 210-yard 11th is a long par-3 that demands a solidly struck tee shot. This deep green can make for a long putt if your distance control is off, so choose your club wisely! A large greenside bunker guards the right side of the green. […]

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8th Hole (Redbud)

The 408-yard par-4 8th requires a well-placed drive. Make sure you miss the fairway bunkers on the left, and the trees on the right. An errant approach shot can cause you trouble right and left of the green, so a well-placed second is key! […]

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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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8th Hole (Scissortail)

The 231-yard 8th hole on Scissortail is a bear of a par-3. Take plenty of club to get there and then consider one more. Be careful of the front bunker which protects the tee shots flying towards the middle of the green. […]

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6th Hole (Scissortail)

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 […]

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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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