How to playA sharp dogleg right hole, you can & must be aggressive of the tee. The trees guarding the dogleg are not imposing enough & even if you go left of them you have a wide landing area to attack. Use your driver. Your second is a to a elevated green that is long & not so wide & slopes away on all sides. Club selection when you attack this pin is key after factoring for the wind & the slight elevation. The pin position could alter your club selection too. The green is very fast downhill & you would ideally like being below the pin.
HINT: Get distance off the tee so that it allows you to be more accurate on your second.
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