Standing on the tees looking down the fairway of this short par 4 the golfer feels comfortable surveying the wide landing zone. However upon further inspection the golfer realizes that there are bunkers left, center, long and short. With a small green that pitches hard from right to left and is well flanked by bunkers on both sides the golfers is best advise to attack the green from the left or center of the fairway. This means trying to bite off as much of the fairway as possible without ending up in one of the fairway bunkers. Shots hit too far to the right off the tee will leave the with golfer with a short iron to the green that will have to be hit high and soft with lots of back spin to hold the green from this angle. This strategy of this green bears resemblance to the 13th green at Riviera Country Club.
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