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14th Hole (Scissortail)

The tree-lined 442-yard par-4 14th requires accuracy off the tee. A right to left ball flight will set up well for the tee shot and approach. Once you’ve negotiated the trees, avoid the greenside bunkers or you will have a challenging up and down. […]

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3rd Hole (Scissortail)

Trees again line the 411-yard par-4 3rd. The right half of the fairway is your target off the tee. It’s possible to get home in two even from the right trees. The same can’t be said for the thicker danger to the left. With bunkers guarding the front and right of the green, an accurate […]

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14th Hole (Redbud)

The shortest hole at WinStar Golf Club, the 159-yard par-3 14th is another good chance to score well. This hole plays downhill but into the prevailing south wind. Pending pin placement, make sure to hit the correct side of the green, as there is a ridge dividing the left and right halves. Shots missed to […]

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18th Hole (Redbud)

The signature par-3 finishing hole has more bark than bite, with a beautiful water feature that seems to beckon your ball. The miss here is short and right of the green for an easy up and down for par. […]

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17th Hole (Redbud)

The 408-yard par-4 17th is a hole where bombers have two options: Challenge the fairway bunker and leave a flip wedge into the green, or play right of the bunker and have a longer iron in. Staying right of the bunker is the play for most folks, and it still leaves a fairly short second […]

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13th Hole (Redbud)

The short 310-yard par-4 13th is a good scoring opportunity. Keep your drive between the sand bunker and the grass bunker off the tee to leave yourself an easy short iron approach. Don’t go long on the second shot, as it leaves a very challenging recovery that could be sandy or deep in rough. […]

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10th Hole (Redbud)

The back side of beautiful Redbud starts nice and friendly with the 434-yard 10th. This is a straight away par-4, but a drive to the right can be penalizing. When you’re putting, be aware that this green is flatter than it looks. Read the break and play half as much. […]

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2nd Hole (Redbud)

The 411-yard par-4 second is friendly if you can avoid the fairway bunkers down the right. Missing left of the fairway is safer than challenging the bunkers. The green is guarded by front and rear bunkers. Beware, a pin positioned to the back of the green will bring the rear bunker into play. […]

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1st Hole (Redbud)

This opening par-4 is a slight dogleg left with a fairway bunker on the left side. Keep your tee shot to the left side of this fairway to shorten your approach shot to the small elevated green. The green has lots of slopes and breaks, so make sure you’re careful with your green reading! […]

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