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Oaks Course

Course management and self control are the keys to success on this par 5. Direction, not distance,  is important off the tee.

Take dead aim. If you hit it long, you better hit it straight!

Keep your tee shot in the center of the fairway. The green slopes from front to back left. Watch out for the deep bunker on the right!

A beautiful par 3 hole. Don't be short or left. There is a lot of room to the right.

Challenge the dogleg bunker for an open approach to this gently rolling green.

Don't be fooled by the handicap on this treacherous one-shoter.

Favor the left side of the hole to avoid the wetland right of the green.

A big tee shot over the wetland will leave you with a wedge to the green. Anything long and left may result in a blind shot to the flagstick on this rather diminutive green. A 3-wood or long iron would be a safe play for the conservative player.

Let the shaft out! A lengthy tee shot may leave you with the option of going for it. A wetland swallows up all shots short of the green.

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