Well you’ve re-fueled at the snack bar and you have the momentum from the birdie just made at the 9th, which almost makes up for the double bogey on hole #6, time to start the back nine. Some players will choose driver here and try to get the ball as close the green as possible, but your better off with a fairway metal or mid iron to which will leave you around 100 yards left to the green. With trees and OB right and hazard and homes to the left its just not worth the risk of and errant driver. With a well-placed tee shot, this becomes a birdie hole. The green is fairly level and the breaks are again predictable. Starting the back nine on a good note is important because danger waits ahead.


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